It is amazing what the craft community can make with a bent wire coathanger. So I wondered what our Photoshop community could do with it.
* Anything goes, as long as it meets the forum rules on decency, copyright etc
* Anyone, and everyone, is welcome to have a go, whether you are a complete beginner or a Photoshop expert.
* There are no prizes apart from the chance to practice, show off, or bring a bit of humour and fun. Don't be shy, join in and have a go!
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The king is in the all together..
Haha - that made me spill my coffee. Brilliant Trevor 🙂
Buggerr. Just spotted a big perspective error. I'll fix it tomorrow.
That is disgisting you guys. Sorry. See you next week.
Nice job Trevor.
Shift + Ctrl + Alt + T is our friend 🙂
Dave there was a post asking about symmetry with the Pen tool yesterday and he was told it couldn't be done. I was thinking about your Tech Weednesday bird, but didn't like to put you on the spot by tagging you.
Here you go:
I don't think I could do it without a refresher, so is it relevant to this thread? It's just turned midnight here, so I am done for today.
Cheers Trevor, unfortunately brush symmetry reflects in a path so, as discussed in that thread, the only way to get symmetrical paths is to duplicate and transform them.
Great idea, Dave, and thanks for the transparency !
Very nice Jane, and a connection with your logo!
Fanntastic image Jane. How did you think of this one 🙂
sorry mate you need to point this one out to me... old eyes
It lies in the twists and turns, Graham.
I said sorry; and I had to post before it would appear on a new page, too close to the other close hanger (that was the pronounciation (voiced) for half a millennium, before the spelling pronunciation took over (again)).
The things the finance team will do to cut costs, a bit of wire here, a bit of wire there........ 🙂
yes its like an Adobe update but I see it now thanks
Redneck wall light
Good idea Trevor, and the added bonus that it acts as a wall heater!
These days do we need a warning label though - 'please don't try this at home.....' 🙂
Well done Trevor. You've come up with quite a lot of great images already.