Month: August 2011

Vino Luna

Wednesday, August 31, 2011. Tonight’s post was inspired rather simply by a bottle of vino. I created the image on my iPad using in OmniSketch then finished it in PhotoWizard. Posted from my iPad.

Who me?!

I believe in humanity. I trust in karma. I live in fear. Tuesday, August 30, 2011. Tonight’s post was inspired by NaBloPoMo’s prompt, “Tell us two truths and one lie.” I created the image on my iPad using in OmniSketch then finished it in PhotoWizard. Posted from my iPad.

Mean People Suck

Mean people suck. You know the ones that are so self-righteous that they have to belittle the less powerful in front of an audience? They rant and they rave about you to others but never accept responsibility for their own shortcomings? When Halloween comes around, they could just come as

Sunday Drivers from Hell

Sunday, August 28, 2011. I spent the day thinking about the beautiful day outside while updating my drivers on my PC. I created the images in Noteshelf and ArtRage.

Electric Blue

Saturday, August 27, 2011. I created this image on my iPad using ArtRage.

Finding My Voice is Like Finding a Four-Leaf Clover

My voice hides as quickly as my thoughts spread. Then just as I find a unique thought, my impetuous tongue grabs up the surrounding crap and lets it all skip, slide, and skitter out past the gum line. The resulting statements are a jumbled mess with the unique thought lost

Sleepy Seas

Thursday, August 25, 2011. I created the image on my iPad using ArtRage. ©2011 Steph Abbott. All rights reserved.

Stormy Daydream

Wednesday, August 24, 2011. Strange day. I created the image on my iPad using ArtRage. ©2011 Steph Abbott. All rights reserved.

Surviving the Seas of Sorrow

May you survive the seas of sorrows. I created the image on my iPad using ArtRage. ©2011 Steph Abbott. All rights reserved.

A Visit to the Bookstore: The unnecessary sequel

Out browsing books yesterday at a big box retailer, I was feeling giddy. The store was going out of business. The inventory was decimated. Regardless, I hoped to find a few gems left in the wash. Several sections still had books—philosophy, religion, literature. Looking to fill my own bookshelves with

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