Tuesday, June 1, 2010

A Flowery Chandelier Picnik

I was in a Picnik sort of mood tonight, so here's what I did...

First is the picture as it came out of the camera.  It's from an kick-ass antique market in Atlanta.  They had the most amazing chandeliers...I have more pics and will share eventually.  I'm still recovering from the phenomenal meals we had there at a couple of former Top Chef contestants' restaurants.  I had six types of protein in one day!!  It was heaven!


Here's the first cool effect:


Then this one that I LOVE!  It reminds me of my favorite polymer clay extrusion and layering methods, but this one is a lot less messy and only takes a few keystrokes.  :)


And finally this one...I love the yellow-green color in the background.  I actually just bought an armchair and ottoman that color...Curt says he likes the color, so we'll see!  haaaaaaaaa

11 comments:

  1. You are right, that chandelier is kick ass. I also love the second picture. At first I though it was the center of the chandelier. Very cool.

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  2. Great chandelier - and I just love the first altered photo!!!!! So cool!

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  3. LOVE the second picture (first one with effects)! I like using Picnik, too. :)

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  4. Love, Love the chandelier! I love Top Chef...how cool to experience their talents!

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  5. These are really cool. Hmm....more fun things to play with.
    Bead Happy!
    Michelle

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  6. Jen
    You are very talented! Your blog is awsome. Your eye for design and patterns is unique and interesting.- Rob

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  7. That is a unique chandelier! Love your photos- don't you just love playing with photoshop?

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  8. Gah! I love these. I wish that I had time to do more fun stuff with photos. These are really fun. Thanks for sharing. Enjoy the day! Erin

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  9. I love the second picture! Wonderful.

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