Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Apr 1, 2013.
Ah, a menage a trois I C.
It's crowded enough with just me, the dog and my cane!
have you tried his Bus
it's usually empty I don't know why
If only we could manage that in other parts of our lives
But Hell, I will settle for a couple in the future.
Rain, hail, sleet and high winds, thanks dBear
only just 60*F in the Greenhouse this afternoon
as I fumigated it with Wicker mix for ClayPril
Whicker, if you have been doing all your art in Paint, you would be hell-on-wheels with Photoshop!
I tried the demo a few years back and couldn't get my head round layers and the tool box menue
Scottish Cake in the Ben Wade billiard
Layers is THE bugger! And if you don't fool with it regularly you forget how you used to do something. I've had PS CS3 for years and you all dont't want me to remember.
Suzy and Molly let me sleep in once again. Either they took pity on me or decided I wasn't worth waking! Well, m'lady got up with me and fed them while I fixed hot tea. I'm now smoking the current Three Nuns tinned version in a 1970s slight bend poker-like Caminetto business 134 with a gold colored stem. Great smoker I don't use enough. I always did like Caminettos. The Tinderbox used to hype them quite a bit, and I think they live up to that hype. I wonder if the recent Caminettos match up to the older ones? Anybody know?
I laugh just thinking about it. cut and paste, blending, ect. Maybe a little wouldn't hurt.
FMOTT in the Medico Apple. More hot tea.
Old drafting analogy for layers may make sense. Think of each layer as an individual piece of tracing vellum. Each piece has part of the drawing on it. Stack all the layers on top of each other and put on a light table, you see the entire image. Want to only see part of the image? Pull out a sheet (turn off the layer) and that piece of the image is no longer visible. Simplifies complex images down to related components on a single layer.
While you contemplate that, I'm going out doors with the Wicker Clay loaded with Germain's Brown Flake. Berg.
GH Bobs Chocolate Flake
in a Savinelli Capri Root.
Have to take Miss Snake to
the airport in the morning,
and it'll be a couple weeks
before I set out on the road
Ah another paisano!!
Oh, I don't have any problem working in layers.
Got my eyes open with Carter Hall in a bent Legend and the first cup o' coffee. Now it's Classic Burley Kake in my Rekamepip maplewood tankard. Don't know what could be wrong with the Shire - all this Spring weather is quite warm when it leaves Tennessee.