Friday, January 30, 2009

Wistful Transfer

What to do with an incomplete transfer??? Paste something
over it of course!

And fill in with paint! My transfer was
incomplete

because I did not apply enough
matte medium, but

it's my first transfer with a print made from
the Epson.
I can't wait for my One-to-One class
at the Apple Store.
I know there is a way to set it up so that the scans
will drop into IPhoto,
but for now Preview is the default. I finally
learned
that the scan is saved in
"Documents".
It just seems like an indirect way to get to it.

9 comments:

marianne said...

i would never know it wasn't what you had in mind- looks great!

Sharon said...

Ditto from above.

Yeah it's hard to figure out where things go when you scan. My canon puts them onto my hard drive then I put them into iphoto.
Lots of steps!

julie m said...

I really like this collage. I would never have known this is not the way you originally intended it to be. You have obviously developed your own style and are good at reflecting it.

Kathleen Botsford said...

Love the collage! Don't have any idea what you are talking about with the iphoto, documents thing. I guess I should ask my Apple guys. I just search around until I find my scans!

Kristy C said...

This looks fantastic!!

Pam McKnight said...

very nice! I have a mac too and with all the updates on iphoto, it seems like I can never keep up. I have photos all over the place on my mac.
http://pammcknight.blogspot.com/

Lisa said...

This came out beautiful.
Thanks for the kind comments over at my blog. I really appreciate the feedback.

Michi, Orange County, CA said...

Hi Marilyn!
THANK YOU so much for visiting my blog! I'm glad you liked the tutorial . . .
Say now . . . I'm so ENVIOUS of your transfer ability! I need to find the time to work on that myself . . . you've really gotten a good handle on it and put it on GORGEOUS artwork!!!!!

Michelle said...

I really like this piece, the depth and hidden details. I am just venturing into the world of mixed media collage and always so impressed by those who have mastered it!