Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Mary Ann, Aug 10, 2012.
That sounds like a fun game
My first thought was "that's one hell of a cat toy".
Having some fun with the new Walking Dead app.
I made this one of myself on Friday night while working late:
That's pretty funny. We both chose the same eyes and mouth.
Bet this would look pretty wild with Zombie Vision.
I'd actually like to hear "Intuitive Fish Tutorial Language".
I dunno, she's pretty damn scary as it is!
I like, Yuma is confirmed for me next week so more album cover photos for everyone. I think this time I'll try taking some photos of the flora and fauna underneath the array. It's interesting to see what a little shade in the desert draws out of the ground...
(Also this array is 10 times the size of the one in Blythe, I hope there's a vantage point to see that.)
For your enjoyment:
Why don't we still have that game? I liked it!
Well, I like it too. No reason someone enthusiastic couldn't start one, in its own thread...
^ I can't do it because I know nothing of Photoshop.
^ So when are you going to apply special effects to the pic?
Hehehehee... actually, I was going to do one of Ethel Merman because it wouldn't have required much work at all.
Talk about a killer clown...
The Clown Abides.
Doing some carpentering at work currently. Constructing new window frames from scratch for a some windows we're renovating. To say that the original ones where in poor condition is a grave understatement. Anyhow, this process creates a lot of wood chips when we need to using the planing machine. I had to hold some of these in place for my coworker to plane them properly. And thus, I constructed an emergency apron out of a wool blanket. This is how adorable I looked:
And this a fraction of the wood shavings we amassed:
For size reference on the last pic: I have size 14 shoes.
Also, was out walking the other day and it was a bit cold. hence my glasses fogged up when I went inside. I was kinda amused that they did so in almost a cartoon character manner:
I too know nothing of Photoshop. I use IrfanView, which is dead simple to use, and just follow the rules. Give it a try.
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