Wednesday, January 31, 2007



Sapphire Falls ~ This was originally a photo of the Drakes Creek in Kentucky but I did some digital magic to it.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

MOTHER OF INVENTION SAID:

(I'm dodging new blogger which is hunting me down and will catch me on my next login or so it watned me! I'm not ready to tackle it!)

Very cool! Looks like a rainstorm!
I love the colours.

Janvangogh said...

Look into www.ImageKind.com about making these digitals you are doing available for prints. I just opened a free account with them. Cant hurt to see if you cant get some mileage out of them.

I can see this one on glossy paper. Looks sort of like a starlet on a swing in that purple eye.

LynClay said...

Thank you m.o.i.. LOL I know what you mean about dreading to switch to the new blogger. I avoided all those little pushy messages to switch for weeks but when I finally caved in it wasn't that bad. I didn't change anything in my blog at all so it was easy.
Hi Janet thank so much, I'll check into imagekind.com. I would love to have some more prints made.

Florence said...

This is beautiful Lynnie, and so are the trees!

jafabrit said...

you sure did work some magic because it is gorgeous. I agree with jan, I could see it as a large print poster as it has a lot of OOMPH!!!!!!!!!

Cynthia said...

Very cool! I would love to see this blown up on a large canvas, or paper, your work is beautiful.

Asil said...

You really know your magic! This is a beautiful piece Lynette! :)

LynClay said...

Wow thanks so much for the wonderful comments, y'all made my day!!
Helloo Flo thank you, I've got a couple of little paintings that I'm going to work on this weekend hopefully.
Wow JB thanks so much, you know I wish I had save this one at 300 dpi cause I'm going to check out Janet's suggestion of Imagekind. I was wondering about Zazzle too.
Thanks Cyn, I'm off to check out e1's blogs now, I got behind on everthing this week!
Hi Lisa thank you so very much for the wonderful comment on this!

Janvangogh said...

Lyn. Trying increasing the resolution a little bit at a time, like ten percent, until you get to the size you want. It is called stair interpolation. Go to About.com and do a search on increase resolution.

LynClay said...

Thanks Janet I'll check that out. I have saved some of my favorite digital works at 300 dpi, just haven't done anything about getting them printed for sale yet. My friend Ladywolf1 did a print for me from her etsy store Art2ArtColorado and it turned out so gorgeous I told myself I needed to get some more made of some of my other digi works. That would be neat to just have prints made as they sell though.