My big/little sister Harriet is quite talented in many creative areas. I have a 26 year old quilt she made, an oil painting of the bicentennial tall ships she did in her teens, and a re-designed kitchen thanks to her help and decor taste.
A little over a year ago she took up watercolor painting, and she has shared a number of ones she made from my photos.
But this one she texted me is stunning:
that she made from this photo I took of Felix the first week we was with me:
I was trying to think of a way to show them together, and remembered– “DUDE YOU MADE A SPLOT FOR THIS!” That’s right, that’s what The Comparator does. Upload two images of the same size, and it publishes a “thing” where you can drag a slider across then to compare images.
Actually, if you go to the site, the demo image is the before / after photos of my kitchen that Harriet helped me redecorate:
I just made one with the Felix images– check out the Watercolored Felix on the SPLOT or… if my code works,
I should be able to embed it here:
Let’s try it with the TwentyTwenty plugin:
Wow, I would have never guessed as a bratty little brother that my older sister would be so cool, thanks Sis!
Top / Featured Image: Screen shot of the Comparator SPLOT composite of my photo of Felix and the version my sister painted from the photo
The post "Felix Watercolored" was originally assembled from spare parts of a 1957 Chevy at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2016/04/felix-watercolored/) on April 28, 2016.