Link of the Day: The Fleet Comes In, and a Plea

Posted on January 8, 2014 6:00 pm

[High Praise! to Springeraz of Nuking Politics]

The American Ship of State

Also, he puts forth the following plea for assistance, because he’s bumping up against the limits of what the Cheezburger.com photo-captioning app can do:

Note to Readers……I have a lot of fun doing this, but I want to take my graphics to the next level, and I’m asking if anybody knows any tricks that would let me get the kind of effects I see around the ‘net…

A good example is the kind of ‘cartoons’ you can see at DougRoss@Journal.com. If you have any suggestions, please drop them in the comments, and in exchange I’ll get Harvey at IMAO to come to your house and shovel snow.

Addendum to that promise: only applicable if your house is within 20 degrees of the equator.

[Think you have a link that’s IMAO-worthy? Send it to harvolson@gmail.com. If I use your link, you will receive High Praise! (assuming you remember to put your name in the email)]

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One Response to “Link of the Day: The Fleet Comes In, and a Plea”

  1. Steve says:

    I’m pretty far from an expert on this but what I’ve done is just use basic photo editing tools. It’s more labor intensive of course. You can create captions with any word processor SW, create a pdf, clip out the caption with adobe reader snapshot tool (creates a jpg), and paste it into a photo/graphics editor. I use GIMP because it’s free.

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