Category Archives: graphic arts
This isn’t the real digital file but a photograph of what I recently printed out on cheap paper. This is an Etsy digital download that I paid for of the map; the rest are my photographs and found images. The … Continue reading
Tribute poster to the old Cal-Neva at Lake Tahoe. Original photo by Don Dondero. First attempt. Nice border, the rest a mess of repeated cuts and pastes. Getting closer Left lapel still a mess.
Google still doesn’t have my site on a direct link. The site is actually digitaldesigns.art. Click here, instead, to go to my site: https://sites.google.com/view/digitaldesignsart/art-gallery
Pastel color scheme was generated by my Sony Handycam (VHS tape) as it was recording the projection of the dancing girl thrown onto a projector screen. Later, I used some earlier green screen footage to see if the pastel green … Continue reading
Dancing Enhances Joy. You may quote me on that. More multi-media pHun.
Very beat up promotional poster at the thrift store for $90. Paid the owner ten bucks to take it off the wall then let me photograph. This took hours but I like it on heavy paper. I can’t sell these … Continue reading
Art Gallery Here (internal link) Version one is subtle, the lost art of deadpan humor. Enhanced version for those unused to dry wit. Rough and Unedited Transcript Hi, my name is Thomas Farley and I am here today to answer … Continue reading
I still need to add complete descriptions and to color correct certain images, but all of my poster designs are now up at one place, at this website. This is an internal link: https://thomasfarleyblog.com/artwork
Forced to use my truck as a model. Simple design, lengthy text box. Needn’t be any script at all, this is just my usual stuff and nonsense. Lo res screen grab immediately below; framed poster photographed indoors under poor light.