Hi folks, just an update to my technology issues concerning book covers. As I mentioned in an earlier post, I feel quite lost with modern tech and was planning to retreat into old tech, aka, pencil and paper. I’ve been mulling it all over in my mind.
(This is me mulling.)
A number of you good folk were concerned the old girl might be slipping backwards. You were kind enough to send me different techniques for master the dreaded Photoshop, and I honestly do appreciate your advice. I will heed it in the weeks to come, for I have formulated a new plan. Learn to sketch then meld the two technologies. I’ll keep you fully informed of my progress.
Meanwhile, Skip Maslan has pointed me to some software that will probably solve the problem in the meantime. Skip, bless your heart. I will investigate this and see what I can come up with.
All right now, here’s the question of the day. Brain cross over; I’m right handed so that is controlled by the left hemisphere of my brain, right? Writing is a left brained activity, but, drawing is a right brained activity. So here’s the thing, if my left brain controls the writing, shouldn’t the right side of my brain control the drawing, and if so, taking into account the cross over effect, should I try to learn to draw with my left hand?
Mull that over a bit yourselves and let me know your thoughts.