Last weekend, I learned a new style of digital art that’s all distressed and texture and blending deliciousness. Designer Anna Aspnes calls it ArtPlay. I love her kits, and have bought several over the years, but I’d get them into Photoshop and not know what to do. Her session during Scrapaneer’s Live was the perfect introduction to a messier style of digital art creation, and it gave me the precise guidance I needed. More than once, I found myself thinking “Oh, so THAT’S how you use it!” These random photos of Maggie worked well with the kit colors, so I went with it. After all, you can never go wrong with Morkie butts.
Supplies from mini-kit “DigitalART Supplies | Masks Unmasked” by Anna Aspnes Designs, provided as part of her “Masks Unmasked” session at Scrapaneer’s Live.
When the front door is open to the screen, Maggie likes to sit there and watch the world go by. On a particularly pretty afternoon, I caught her watching Jim as he worked in the front yard. She wanted so badly to be out there with her Papa!
I don’t know which sight amused me more: her alert stance, one ear up and one ear down with her haunches in a typical terrier pose; or the “sitting pretty” pose she uses to ask for something, seated upright on her bottom with those two front paws hanging in a gesture of “Pleeeease?”
Our little Maggie … she’s 900 pounds of personality in a 9 pound body!Found in: Library of Memories, People We Love