June 14, 2006
Your photos -> Your furniture
Sure, you can upload images from Bridge & Photoshop Elements to create custom stamps, photo books, and more, and Neighborhoodies & co. let you customize just about anything. But–and I know you’d been hankering for this–the long national nightmare of not being able to print your photos on furniture is finally at an end, thanks to ClothUK. Better start saving those shekels now. [Via]
Photoshop Illustrators Gone Wild: Frodo & Mo’
- On The Photoshop Experiment, illustrator Cory Godbey walks step by step through his creations in Photoshop. (More of Cory’s work is here.) I love seeing the pieces move from the simplest of sketches to richly toned paintings. [Via]
- Vishal Pawar checks in from India with a terrifically detailed portrait of Frodo Baggins. [Via Mike Downey]
- Fantasy vehicles & creatures come to life in the work of German artist Daniel Simon. Daniel starts traditionally with pen and marker, then applies digital airbrushing. [Via]
- My old Agency.com colleague PJ Loughran brings a great sense of color and texture to his illustrations, combining brush and ink with Photoshop composites. His work appears in print, on the Web, and even on Burton snowboards.