Here it is…another Friday, another Freebie. Today’s texture is some worn wood grain in Black and White. There are two ways you can use the texture…by blending it with your image, or (and I’ve been playing around with this lately) you can use it as a clipping mask.
This weeks Photo Challenge, Silence, asks us to “show what silence looks like.” The haiku expresses my feelings on this part of a small, neighborhood park. I prefer walking my little dog around the park when we are pretty much the only ones there. Nothing but silence…with the occasional birds chirping, or some ground squirrels signaling danger to the other squirrels in the area.
To kick off 2018 I’m starting a new post category, Friday Freebie. Every Friday I will be giving away something for free; to start it might only be textures, but as I get more into mixed media, it might be digital stencils, brushes, or even an image that you can use. I hope that you enjoy…
I’ve been fascinated watching people on YouTube create Art Journals. Inspired by their creations, I thought I’d try my hand on a digital mixed media look. This is what I came up with as an eCard for my step-fathers birthday (I left off the last piece with his name). Follow along as I show you step-by-step how I created this image.
Who this is for: Beginners or anyone who is interested in how I created this dragon image in Affinity Photo.What you’ll need: a computer or an iPad an app/software that lets you use layers – I used Affinity Photo My lo-res Stormy Textures (free until the end of the year using code END2017) or any