Thursday, June 21, 2012

Photoshop Fantasies -- Ben Franklin's Desk

This past week I have been trying to help bloggers improve their blog banners.  In the process, I have gathered a lot of icons from the web.  In this graphic below, I combined an antique 18th century writing table with some old books, a quill pen, a notebook, a candle in a brass candlestick, and an 18th century painting of a young woman.  I nixed the 18th century wallpaper I found -- too flowery, and I wanted the walls to convey a studious atmosphere.  So I made a green wall and added noise to give it some texture.

So here it is!  What can it be used for?  Maybe inspiring you to think about a scene that could be Photoshopped for your website.  What is your fantasy scenario?  No, no, I mean the clean one.

My Fantasy Study.  (I put away the laptop when not in use.)


Always On Watch said...

Hmmmm....How about a fantasy scooter for Mr. AOW's site (I'd also post the graphic)?

My Fantasy Scooter

You have my email, Stogie. HERE is the scooter I mean. You could customize it with mag wheels, a big ooga horn, a place for a beer, an ashtray for a fat cigar. Nothing says that you couldn't put a Hemi in it too.

And your signature, too, of course.

Stogie Chomper said...

Sounds good to me!

Maggie @ Maggie's Notebook said...

Very nice Stogie, and don't you know that Ben would have a lady perched above his desk:-) Rascal, he was. Have you read Poor Richard's Lament? It's a fictional saga of Franklin coming back to earth today.

Stogie Chomper said...

Maggie, I haven't read that but it does sound very interesting. I may order it from Amazon.