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Hi I was born in Southampton England, home of Sir Isaac Watts the famous hymn writer, we dispute with Plymouth that the Mayflower did in fact originally sail from Southampton. I moved to London at 17 years old looking for the bright life but was [eventually] found by Jesus instead. Hope you are well.
Lovely part of the country, I used to go there in the 50/60's. How have you coped with COVID, did you get your jab yet? My next one is April.
I have not done this before so if I get it wrong I’m sorry.
Why thank you kind sir Billy I do not think of it so much as talent as skill, but even
then, I am very limited in what I am capable of doing in the program program I use
to design these digital collages, as there is much I do not not know how to do.
I do not draw the elements, which is what I call the individual pieces I use in my
compositions, such as butterflies, flowers, backgrounds, special effects etc, which
I have collected over the past about three years, mostly from various sites which
offer them free for use in personal projects (no commercial gain allowed suits me
just fine ). I did use photoshop a bit at work in my profession of many decades,
especially after digital came on the scene, though it was very remedial tasks I performed
with it such as file conversions, sizing, color correcting (my main role in the photo labs
where I have been employed), and "dusting," or what we used to call "spotting," which we
physically accomplished by applying color with brushes to the prints to remove unwanted
blemishes. I do make many edits and adjustments to each element as it is added to the
canvas, and have of late started constructing my own figures. I am glad you like them