You can check for free Photoshop tutorials here.
Can I use the images I took here to make my own images or make something else with them?
Yes! If you’ve used one of my images then you’ve made it yours and can do whatever you like with it.
Why aren’t you posting updates?
We don’t have a lot going on. When things are going well we post it. For example there is a new album that just came out which you should check out if you haven’t already. If you are having trouble, see http://www.kylejohnson.net/forbidden-images/forbidden-images-4a-updated.html
What is the current name of this site?
I am not sure yet. We may just be going by Forbidden Images a bit more often. We’ve had a few people start referring to it as our personal blog to keep their email address anonymous. However, I am not going to change the name because I’m not a person I want to associate myself with. To prevent that from happening again, I would like to name the site in the way I want to see it named. It will not be “The Forbidden-Images Blog”. Instead, the first letter will just be an abbreviation.
What will happen if I decide I want to run my own blog?
That’s up to you. To see what the future holds for Forbidden Images please check out http://kylejohnson.net/ forbidden-images/
DETROIT — They were on the cusp of a breakthrough, not too many years ago.
Five years ago, Mark Messier was the Detroit Red Wings’ captain, a man who had a legendary career as a defenseman, one that saw him win two Stanley Cups. With a couple dozen games left, the Red Wings were in their first Stanley Cup Final for 21 years. The team also had the youngest captain in the postseason since 1969, when Detroit’s Gordie Howe, a 29-year-old native of Owen Sound, Ont., held the record with 35 games left.
On Wednesday, Messier played a key role in turning the Red Wings’ fortunes. In an overtime loss to the Nashville Predators, he scored the game-winning goal on a power play. In the next period, the team’s penalty kill was effective.
“His presence is unbelievable, really helping us out immensely,” said coach Mike Babcock,