Sunday, March 24, 2013

PicMonkey Addiction -PART 2

bad bad photo


THE OBJECT OF THE WHOLE THING: is to see how many ways I can enhance or change a bad photo of a favorite object...using my PicMonkey addiction.


ALERT! SquirrelQueen emailed me the link to the forum where dozens have reported LightBox slide show disabled... if you want to read it CLICK HERE



Below is a glass like mine being shown at J. Paul Getty Museum...it is called Joke Glass, so is mine... Do any of you know anyone at the Getty Place? I need a number to call....


So what is the difference in Joke Glass by MadSnapper and Joke Glass by unknown German or Dutch in the 1600's?
Careful how you answer this.... NOTE! they are the Same Color......

15 comments:

crafty cat corner said...

Do you think you might have a rarity Sandra?
When I get round to it I must have a look at this pic monkey thingy.
Briony
x

Ann said...

I like your pic monkey play, the one with the textured background of course is my favorite.
Well the big difference I see between the two glasses is that the old one looks like a person and yours doesn't. Other than that I'm not sure

From the Kitchen said...

I refuse to answer on the grounds it might get me i trouble with the M.S.! Just joking!

Best,
Bonnie

Golden Woofs! SUGAR said...

Woof! Woof! Mom uses PicMonkey but never tried to do such thing ... now she will (I guess she does not have an addiction to PicMonkey yet). Happy Sunday. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

Gail said...

Never wanted a monkey but I guess I am gonna have to get this one.

If I mess up, I'm calling you!

The difference I see is one had two legs the other has a bottom.

Deb said...

I love what you did with it...you are so smart with editing..

Deb said...

I love what you did with it...you are so smart with editing..

Betsy Adams said...

Hi Sandra, I like the Getty "Joke Glass".... Maybe they took one like yours and blew it into a new shape!!!! ha

Nice post... Hope you have a great day.

Happy Palm Sunday.
Hugs,
Betsy

TexWisGirl said...

you just love to play.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

I love your glass with the textured background. It looks awesome. I have enjoyed walking around the Getty Museum!

A Quiet Corner said...

How did you get that texture effect behind the glass?...:)JP

Susannah said...

Can't answer your question but I think the unknown joke glass is gorgeous! Your pics are great ...I really like the laast one.

Susannah

Happy Palm Sunday to you.

Betty Manousos said...

love your creativity!
you never fail to amaze me, sandra!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Fun stuff. I need to head over to check out Pic monkey.

SquirrelQueen said...

I really like what you did in the last shot with the texture, that really gave the glass some character. The Joke Glass is really something, that would take some talent to blow it that way.