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10 roliga bildredigeringssidor

10 roliga bildredigeringssidor
PicMonkey Bästa bildredigeringssajt, mycket enkelt att använda. Det finns som en app också. Här hittar du olika bildefekter. Ribbet Fotoflexer En mycket avancerad online-bildredigerare Picadilo Fler än 100 teckensnitt, 40 bildefekter, 19 olika verktyg, 140 klistermärken Photocat Det finns som en iPhone app också.

Barcode Yourself by Scott Blake Barcode Yourself is a complete, interactive experience in the series of barcode art, created using the personalized data of participants. Enter an individual's gender, weight, height, age and location, and the barcode is formed using real-world data. The individualized barcode can then be printed, mapped, scanned, even depicted on a t-shirt or coffee mug. Uber-geeks can even test out their barcodes on their next grocery run. It is in scanning a barcode that the project reveals its humor, like a banner that reads: Disclaimer! Human beings are not merely worth somewhere between one cent and 10 dollars. It is here, within the confines of an American obsession with "worth," in which the fun begins. The data entered into Barcode Yourself takes a topsy-turvy twist to its personalized end numbers, with the exception of the hard-data that correlates with "location," which tallies up in the Gross Domestic Product of each country. More info in FAQ.

Färglägg Ritmallar och Pyssla FUN FRIDAY - 9 VERY easy steps to draw Doodle Flowers Drawing a Doodle Flower is easy! This 9 step process will have you drawing Doodle Flowers in no time. A fine line waterproof pen and some good quality cartridge paper. Draw a circle or an oval Draw a spiral in the centre Draw 5 spider legs coming from the round shape Join the lines up to make petals (You are half way there to drawing a Doodle Flower! From the centre draw 3 lines and on the centre line draw 3 dots Draw a shading line on the corners of each petal. Draw a line around the whole of the flower shape Use a squiggle pattern to fill in the outline Join up the shading lines at the top of each petal with lines or dots. There you have it! That's all there is to it! NOW: Using the same formula, go and make some of your own. Try drawing some leaves as well! Changed the shape of the petals.... or add some more. Get the kids involved and above all else, Next week on Friday Fun Day I'll show you how to add some colour, my way! All you will need are some WATER BASED BRUSH PENS (Non-waterproof, non-pigmented)

inspiration monday i recently came across this fabulous little birdie how-to over at non dairy diary, and i was so inspired that i declared that very moment "play time"! start by painting some watercolor splotches on your paper...... and then outline them with a permanent marker. add eyes, a beak, and all those other birdie things...... and you have a nice little flock of chickadees! but why stop there? and mousies..... and bunnies......oh, my! cyberspace is jam-packed with spectacular ideas...... let inspiration and a little play help you to put your own spin on them!! click here for non dairy diary's tutorial!

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