Thursday, July 19, 2012

decisions, decisions.

I can't decide what I want to post about today. I just barely made it over the hump yesterday so the downward slide towards the weekend has me a wee bit indecisive.
I could just scribble all that out and......
Oh wait, scribble. THAT'S IT!!!!!
I have another new website to tell you about. It's called ScribblerToo. I found this one kind of fun in a mindless scribbling sort of way. Whether you're artistic or not you can create something that looks pretty cool.
Now the only problem is I have no idea how I was able to save this image. After getting this far with my post I thought I would go back and make another scribble, and I did. But, I couldn't save it as a jpeg like I did before. It's still fun though.

Now wait. It appears I spoke too soon. Or wait again, I didn't speak at all however I did type and my lips may have been moving at the time. Either way I tried it again and this time it saved. Of course this one I opened up in my trusty PSE and did a tad bit of embellishing.
 
After going back and rereading my post I've come to the conclusion that either a) I need a vacation or b) I've been reading far too many of John's posts. Duke and I both enjoy his blog though. It's quite entertaining and Duke thinks Sadie the German Shepherd is quite a looker.

20 comments:

  1. I really like this Scribbler too :) i drew a cat.. hehehhehee.. your one with the butterfly is pretty cool! Take a break Ann... we all need that sometimes ;)

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  2. I love the butterfly scribble. You could make that into a card! So very cool!!

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  3. Oooooh! LOVE your latest scribble creations - I've just got to try this too, especially with the magic of Photoshop on hand to make it even better! Just had a quick try - it's like spinning a spider's web! Brilliant! Thanks for sharing ...

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  4. I like what you did with your scribble by adding the butterflies. And you can keep talking to yourself. It lets me know that I am not the only one.

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  5. They are both distinctive and show-off your casual creativity - I might be tempted to go play with that...I doubt I will create anything worth trying to figure out how to save....

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  6. John is too busy having a conversation with himself to comment. Please tell Duke he is very cute. But if he plans to visit, bring a step ladder.
    Lots of love Sadie the German Shepherd. xxx

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  7. That site looks like fun!
    I love your butterfly scribble :)

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  8. How cool! Another one I'm going to have to check out!

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  9. Way cool, but I really liked your Wal*Mart post. Just saying.

    Have a terrific day. My best to Duke. :)

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  10. I've heard fun things about the Scribbler web site from a few other people, too. Your edit of the butterflies is beautiful! I love the rich greens.

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  11. Ann, keep up the good work...the butterfly scribble is great!...:)JP

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  12. That is too fun! I could get addicted to that and be up all night!

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  13. Very nice - you can do so many things these days a picture - I am shocked. It was so beautiful. sandie

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  14. I would certainly need a computer to doodle for me because I'm lousy at it, LOL!

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  15. Oh you cute little scribbler. You can draw ANYTHING and make it look good. I truly have no talents in those areas ---even in scribbling!!!

    You are just so darn talented... There ought to be a law against too much talent... ha ha

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  16. Super neato!!! I like 'em both, but I hafta admit the first one just really remains in my grey matter...I see an elephant lying down. Don't you? No matter....they're both cool. I'm gonna have to go check this out.

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  17. ps....I opened the link in another window. As soon as I get caught up in my blogger commenting today, I'm gonna play hard.

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  18. I think the first one is a bat struggling to get free of a giant spider's web, and I think the second one is butterflies relaxing on the surface of a pond covered with toxic waste. Can I be released from the asylum now?

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  19. I remember doing this as a kid. LOL
    I just love how creative you are!
    I like them both!

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