Who Wants Some All-Natural Hand Turkey?

Thursday is normally Martini Hour day. Except the fourth Thursday in November. That’s when Colleen and I trade duties celebrating this glad time of year with our very own hand turkeys. And this year, we collaborated! Colleen provided the hand and I made the decorations. Who says I only know Photoshop? What I really know is hand turkeys!

Hand turkey 2010

And I only added one thing in Photoshop. (Can you spot it?)

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  • The Text!!

    Simply it’s Harder to Add Layer Effects Precisely by manual efforts!!

    Happy Thanks Giving Boss!!

    Black Seals ... White Reveals…!

  • Thanksgiving dishes done, turkey tattoo remains

    All the dishes are done, but the sharpie-drawn turkey feet remain!

  • Who Wants Some All-Natural Hand Turkey?

    I do! So nicely rendered. Thanks!

  • Just out of curiosity: why

    Just out of curiosity: why the curly feather on the ring finger? Does it has some special meaning? Great job on the text!

  • Brand Hand

    Wow! That brand on your hand must have hurt a lot! wink

  • hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii

    Happy Thanks giving Day. Nice written article.

  • The curly feather

    Indicates a romance between this hand turkey and another, a thousand miles away. We may never know that turkey, and It may never know us. But we live in hope.

    Or I might have drawn it randomly. As I recall dimly—that was days ago, after all—it seemed like the kind of swirlipoo that this particular feather needed. If only because it’s beige.

  • I’m glad it is Photoshop

    Otherwise I would say that the text would have been quite painful to apply!

  • What a creativity?  Great

    What a creativity?  Great design…

  • gd night ^_^

    hi all,

    thanks thanks.

    nice post…

  • a show of hands

    Great tutorial! Let’s give it a hand!

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