Each of the assigned articles are insightful. Although I have spent some time thinking about accessibility of websites, these sites provided some clues and suggestions on how to accommodate users with different disabilities. Human Factors was a great way to hear how all of those websites that use a billion tables are really annoying to [...]
Here’s someone’s short take on the history and evolution of web pages. Bluebones
Cropping needs some work. Needs some head space. A little more skin color on the hand coloring. On vignette, and clean up stuff, a little lighter tones. Darkness lost some of the detail. The background needs to be lighter. Tips from others (That I need to do to mine too): Amanda’s horse – the background [...]
Here’s it is! Nona
Image assignment is completed and available for your purusal at http://gmu.mossiso.com/?linkid=ImageAssignment That page has the commentary, so I’ll spare you more here.
Reconstructing the cat and man image: -Take a good look up close and see what you have. – scratches are not a job for the healing brush, use the stamp tool. – healing brush for spots. – come at a big spot with the rubber stamp tool (it takes a sampe and stamps it exactly) [...]
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Cameron Moll, That Wicked Worn Look Part Four: Expert Guest Gala Academics of Worn Greg Storey, airbagindustries.com This guy has some good advice. Take shapes from the times. Like signs, airplanes, cars, etc. Also take the colors from the times, and then apply hues/saturation filters to get the other tones that make the image look [...]