Remember the post I made a while back on how you could take words and put them into an awesome collage?
WELL. I figured out in photoshop how to make an different version using the same basic idea an concept. Except kindasortareally cooler.
[& why yes, I do love this song].
It’s not the cleanest photoshop job in the world, but I’m overall really happy with it. : )
[photo credit goes to Joseph Samelson; editing credit goes to me;]
I just realized–actually, I realized a while back, but I didn’t bother to do anything about it–the majority of my posts have been of photography. Not that’s a bad thing, but I need a bit more variety.
I found the picture while back while looking for background pics for editing. I just thought it fit so appropriately with the lyrics [from “Your Guardian Angel,” of course], and now I use it as my forum signature picture at times.
Edited in GIMP.
I love Owl City. And Adam’s newest song “Peppermint Winter” is no exception. After listening to it multiple times and after it snowing, I had to take a picture of it. I like how it turned out. : )
Everyone, I hope you have a wonderfully merry Christmas. ❤
[[This peppermint winter is so bittersweet \ I don’t need to taste to believe \ What’s December without Christmas Eve?]]
The other day, I found this spiffy little website called Wordle. You stick text in, and an image with a “word cloud” comes out. It’s really rather fun to play around with. The only problem with the site is that you can’t download the image, so you have to take a screenshot and crop it instead.
I entered in the text to one of my favorite songs in the world, “Your Guardian Angel” by The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, and came out with this. And if you haven’t heard the song, go listen to it. It’s beautiful. ❤
[[I will never let you fall \ I’ll stand up with you forever]]
I’m really not terribly into self-portraits, but after listening to Owl City’s “Dear Vienna” five bazillion times and after visiting a graphic-art-focused college, I had to give this idea a go. Picture initially edited in Picnik, then further edited in GIMP.
[[I regarded the world as such a sad sight \ Until I viewed it in black and white]]