Psalm 16:5

The LORD is the portion of mine inheritance and of my cup: thou maintainest my lot.

God's Warth is Coming... Are You Ready?

You had better listen to the words of Jesus, “Not everyone who says to me Lord, Lord, shall enter, but he that does the will of my father in heaven.” If ye by the Spirit do mortify the deeds of the flesh, ye shall live. If you live after the flesh, you’ll die! The cross does not give us a minor shift or two with regard to a few of our ethical and religious values. The cross radically disrupts the very center and citadel of your life from self to Christ. And if the cross has not done that, YOU’RE NOT A CHRISTIAN! My Friend face it, young rogue, you’re not a Christian until the cross has radically disrupted the very center and citadel of your life! And brought you from a life of commitment to serve self…What are the focal points of the reign of your self? If you’ve gone to the cross in union with Christ, it’s been shattered!"
- Al Martin

Monday, May 10, 2010

A Project from Work

I locked my keys (car keys, house keys, office keys) in the NCFIC office this evening along with my computer which seriously delayed me in getting home. So, instead of posting something of length, I will post a little photo manipulation project I am working on for an html email.

Made in Photoshop from a combination of 4 photographs and a couple rasterized text blocks... and a few shading layers. I still need to tweak the perspective on the last two rows of text. The perspective, warp, scale, transform, and other like tools are amazing. The smudge tool is a great tool as well when creating varied out of focus. I made the picture for a side project I am doing at work - a new html email template that effectively is like emailing the NCFIC home page. It has pretty much all the links and graphics, the first few lines of the latest blog, and a spot for letters from Scott Brown - hence the picture.

The more I learn about coding, the more I enjoy it. Maybe someday I'll tackle a website...

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