For Texture Tuesday, Golden Garlic has two layers of the Kim Klassen texture "golden", one with linear burn blending mode at 60% and the second with soft light blending mode at 39%. The image was then desaturated a little and a curves and levels adjustment done. All layers were flattened and with Snap Art 2, the golden garlic became an oil painting.
For Texture Tuesday, texture and a person assignment. Using just one texture (oceanside by Kim Klassen) several times, brushing away the texture from Luke and finishing with a levels and curves adjustment. Wassaw Island, a National Wildlife Refuge near Savannah, Georgia, is accessible only by private boat or from marina charters. With a wide expanse of beautiful unspoiled beach, it's my favorite place to spend the day with a picnic lunch.
Mouseover to see original image. Flypaper Textures from the Spring Painterly Collection-Lime Fossil and Gelato Ice. Texture brushed away from syrups. Using Alien Snap Art Two, an oil paint effect with a vignette. Recipe coming soon on Cafe Lynnylu.
Over the many years, I have visited Ft. Pulaski, I have amassed many photographs beginning with a SLR film camera, then evolving to a DSLR and now working with creative lenses such as the Lensbaby. This photo was taken with the original Lensbaby 2.0 . You can see that the point of focus is on the cannon while the left side of the photo has what we call "creative blur". The original photo below is somewhat flat and uninteresting.
The two textures below were combined into one to create the final image. While in Bruges, Belgium this past month, I photographed a document framed under glass at the beautiful City Hall there.
After editing the text photo, I combined it with Kim Klassen's newest texture, Mayzee.