I got all of these pictures off of google and then I downloaded some spooky Halloween brushes and saved them into photoshop. Then I used whichever brushes I wanted to and kind of spiced up the pictures a little bit.
With this picture I downloaded some graffiti brushes then just painted the different designs on the side of the train car.
With these 3 pictures I got them into photo then I then I highlighted the picture then I went to Edit in photoshop and clicked on brush preset and then my pictures were brushes. So then I opened up a new black document and went into my brushes then made my pictures.
With this picture I watched a 3D tutorial and that's what kind of picture I made. I went to google and found a picture of a professional hockey team and turned it into a 3D looking picture. I watched this tutorial at http://www.planetphotoshop.com/ and clicked on the 3D one.
For the first picture in here I used the magic wand tool then I went to paths in iphoto and went to make a work path, so as you can see my letters are around the football. With the next two pictures I just put them in iphoto and used the freedom pen tool and drew a line across the screen where I wanted the text to be, then I went to the text tool and just wrote my text across the line where I wanted.
With these pictures I used the top bar in iphoto and i clicked on image and I went to adjustments then I went to the black and white tool. Once I got there I used the eraser tool and I erased where I wanted there to be a little bit of color.
We took this picture at the football field and found a picture of the Fonzie on google and just used the clone tool to put it in this picture.
Again, this was taken at the football field and I used the layers part in photoshop and changed the background of the picture.
When we were taking pictures we found this little guy just sitting underneath the seat he is sitting in now, so we got him from under the seats and took pictures of him. I used the layers tool again and then the text tool in photoshop to write his name everywhere.