Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Siamese in Blue Postcard

I am loving this particular postcard of the Siamese with the bluer background. It makes her very mysterious and moody. I worked to get the underexposure and I'm still not sure I've perfected the exact amount of light that I wanted. Still, it's a nice example that highlights the color of her eyes.

Monday, May 10, 2010

The Needle

This is a very stunning photo of a hand with an acupuncture needle. It would look great on any acupuncture office wall.

Monday, May 3, 2010

Walking on Pins and Needles

I use cards so much at Zazzle that I was thinking of other types of products that I could create. I thought of shoes and started thinking about what I could do with shoes. I like the idea of needles in the toes. My officemate showed up with perfect toes and so here they are!

Monday, April 26, 2010

Bloom With Acupuncture II

This particular card is my second card in the Bloom with Acupuncture series. The first one is a bold red with yellow background and lots of use of artistic filers in my photo editor. This one still has some artistic editing but is more plain. Further this is also pink and blue and much brighter--a springer, brighter card.

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Sepia Needle

Zazzle offers the ability to create templates for business cards. This shadow needle seemed like a good place to start so I created that. Again, it's not as good as I might like, but it's there. I want to work on this idea because I do like the idea of having needles in a business card.

Now I just need to design something for ME!

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

My First Stamp Design

When I first started doing this, I was really into bright colors, like yellow. I wanted to do something fun with the I heart Acupuncture stuff. So I tried this. Today, I'd work harder at getting the needles really clear. I didn't use software to put them in the pin cushion--just adding the background and wording. Originally I worked with a little branch coming up as if it were growing to make the heart flower shaped, but it was too much. Also my husband thought it looked a bit too much like the plant in Little Shop of Horrors, and I had to admit he was right!

Monday, April 12, 2010

Natural Healing Poster

This is a slightly different take on acupuncture and photography. I hope that people like it and consider it for hanging on the wall of their acupuncture office.