More Cookies!

April 30, 2009

It is a long weekend where I live, and making the cookies was lots of fun, so I have decided to attempt a second batch.

The question then is: what would you like to see written on a feminist cookie? Let me know in the comments and I will see what I can do :)

This is a list of URLs for the flickr pages of the original photos that have been photoshopped and used in the ‘Frankenstein’s Daughter’ and ‘Cut-Up’ project. Thanks a heap to all the artists that made their work available under creative commons licences, thereby making these artworks possible.

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Act 2 – The Process

January 10, 2008

In the spirit of open source culture part of what I really want to do here with Fifty Two Acts is to show a bit about the process of creating the things that I do. In addition to posting the creative parcels themselves and giving conceptual information I would like to make my creative process as transparent and as replicable as possible. I envision this site as part blog, part artwork, part resource and part tutorial. This weeks project was created using original photography, photoshop (including selective colour and brushes), and finished in image ready. I am not going to give a step by step photoshop tutorial as such, rather a general overview of the process, though in the future I may give more in depth tutorials if there is enough interest.

playing girl 2.jpg

dial-up warning – the rest is rather long and image heavy…
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