I'm not that much of a great designer, but if you explain me in more detail what you want to achieve, we might get somewhere.
My knowledge however, is rather focused on the technical aspects of photoshop, I'm not an artist.
I downloaded a trial version of photoshop once. Fired it up, saw 1000's of buttons on the screen and cried.
I actually had to Google 'how to draw a line in photoshop' .
I decided to stay with Paint.net.
I' m trying to rebuild an old project of mine that tapped into a MMOG game... I used 'in game' images at the time, customised to my needs and with my short knowledge of PS. I don't mind reusing the same principle, that is to pick 2 or 3 separate images to compose an 'original' one... And an expert hand would be.. handy!
@WAZUMBi, I understand your frustration. Drawing a line in Photoshop is actually overcomplicated. The learning curve can be a little bit steep in the beginning, but with enough dedication you'll achieve some results. Try messing with the filters and watching some photo retouching tutorials, those are usually easy to understand. A great way to begin would be opening a photo in Photoshop, going to Filter --> Liquify and mess around with this tool.
@Cableguy, PM me and I will be glad to help you with your needs.