Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Howdy Y'All ...



Experimenting with the Lasso Tool on Photoshop. Although I'm losing alot of control of my shapes, I really like what comes out.

17 comments:

el-ed said...

fabuloso!

chia said...

if you want more control, why not try to pen tool? Course it looks like you already got some great results as is, so i guess if it aint broke don't fix it.

Roland Mechael said...

Fabu-Lasso!

A.Llupia said...

Great character John!

Jarrett said...

Really liking those cats and rat. Awesome design approach.

cdeboda said...

Hmm...nothing shows up on my screen. Another beta blogger bug? Oh well, i'm sure it looks cool.

GARY LOCKE said...

i want to see it toooooo! it doesn't come up for me either. so i have decided to imagine a very great thing..........................yeah, in the words of Melissa in the movie 'TWISTER'........................." it is great.......what is it?"

UrbanBarbarian said...

yippy-A-kai-YO!!!

elizabeth said...

I found you! :) Great stuff!

rupesh said...

it's..
Awesome....!!!!!!!!!

craig said...

VERY cool!

Robin Hall said...

this character would make for an absolutly amazing flash animation!

I like where you're headed with the angular shapes, John

mackaydesign said...

Awesome, John! Sweet cowboy character! ove the design and color choice.

cdeboda said...

Hey John, just stopping by again to say that I can finally see the image (I couldnt before). And i'm glad too...great shapes/design!

mai said...

hola! no me conoces, pero bueno, yo comento! me ha parecido muy curiosa tu forma de trabajar, como de collage... me gusta! los gatos también me han gustado mucho, muy chulos!!
espero que entiendas castellano, porque como tenga que escribir en inglés...

Mike Boldt said...

That cowboy is awesome!

If you were looking for more control you may consider using illustrator to create all your paths (shapes) and then past them into photoshop and keep them as paths. You may have to adjust your preferences to allow it as I think by default it rasterizes illustrator objects. If that was not clear you can check it out in the "help" in PS. Just search illustrator and you will find it. That should also give you some extra flexability, but it's just my 2 cents. Like chia said, if it ain't broke don't fix it.

Rock rock on!
Mike

Sumeet Surve said...

Awesome!!!