This is great. Are the notes and musical signs supposed to be backwards.
THEY ARE ALL JUMBLED UP.(DANCING WITH THE MUSIC).
Good idea, I think the notes are like that on the wallpaper used Paul
KELLIE IS RIGHT THE WALLPAPER WAS LIKE THAT.
Uh...not to my eyes...the notes and the treble and bass clefs are correct on the wallpaper. They are only rotated.
Paul....yes, you are correct...the clefs and the notes are backwards....indicating that the wallpaper source has been flipped horizontally when used. But then, hidden author could just flip this entry horizontally and they wouldn't be backwards, with the exception of the one embedded in the violin...which is currently the right way
I started this picture with a picture I drew by hand using a pencil. Then, I blended in photographs of flowers I photographed from my garden. Then I played with the picture until I came up with this. I hope you like it.
Photoshop this image of vintage violin (click to download) of the old cottage any way you wish. Some examples are: re-shape this vintage violin, merge the violin with some other musical instruments, make the violin appear in unusual places, use this vintage violin image in advertisements, movies, paintings, etc. These are just some ideas.
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Photoshop this violin image any way you wish. Examples may include painting the violin, including it in paintings or photos, changing its parts or materials, or even modernizing it by changing the violin's design.
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German violin maker Stefan-Peter Greiner apparently makes the violins that top the creations of the Italian masters like Stradivari and Guarneri. Greiner violins are used by the best musicians in the word, and take over two years to craft. The specially selected wood for a violin is stored for 15 years before being carved into pieces. When the instrument is assembled, it is hung in the sun for over a year. The process is similar to that by Italian masters of 300 years ago. While Greiner's violins are made in small numbers and sold for about $33,000, the biggest world manufacturer of violins is China.
Photoshop violins any way you like - change their size, shape, redesign them from other materials, or give them paint jobs. In other words, show the rejected violin creations of Stradivari, if he had played with photoshop these days.