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Barbara Houston



Registered: January 2016
Location: Washington State
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I thought it would be fun hiding the title within the layout simply because I didn’t like it anywhere else on the layout, and I had it all over the place with all kinds of fonts, colors and sizes. I even used the path tool to create something flowing, but still wasn’t happy with it. I was spending way too much time on it, so hidden it became and I like it the best. There are so many other delicious autumn textures hidden within the layout because of the artsy transfers also, sort of a treasure hunt.


ArtPlay Palette Hinderland[ link ]
ArtsyTransfers Hinderland - Coming Soon
Adventure WordART Mix No. 1[ link ]
ScriptTease Fall Overlays No. 3[ link ]
ButtonThreadz No. 2[ link ]
LeafSprinklez No. 1[ link ]
Photo: Mine
Fonts: Scorched Earth and CK Blues


Process Notes: Starting with solid paper 6, I placed the photo over it full page and blended the photo to Color Burn 100% opacity. This brought out all the delicious texture of the paper. On a whim I put solid paper 1 over the photo and also put it on Color Burn which deepened the colors of the photo even more, which surprised me because it’s a white paper. Who knew?


Between the photo and foundation paper I placed an artsy transfer at the left side, which took on the colors of the photo, leaving all the textures of the parts of the transfer showing within the photo. I did add a layer mask to a part of the transfer to brush away the harsh right edge and recolored a stain. I left all the layers at their original size and original blend modes. I also placed a transfer from the palette at the bottom of the page to cover up an annoying shadow on the street.


Loving word art, I placed several along the bottom left edge to cover up a dumpster, top right corner, blending some and turning down the opacity of others. Over these layers I placed the art stroke overlays from the palette across the page. I love scribbles!


Bringing in the psd leaf sprinklez allowed me to place them willy-nilly, resizing, as if they are being blown around the layout. I grouped them together and linked each shadow to its respective leaf after adjusting them a little bit. I really don’t like a 5 mile long layers panel. Over the the bottom right leaf I placed a button and button threads.


In the layers panel, below the leaf sprinklez, I created the title, clipping a transfer from the palette to it and giving the text layer a little bevel and emboss, tiny shadow, and used the Blend Ifs on the second word after recoloring and blending.


Over the whole layout I placed the ScripTease Overlay, recoloring from the photo and blending to Hard Light at 100% opacity. That completes this very loud layout.
· Date: Thu October 20, 2016 · Views: 909
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