Goes to show you are never too old to learn new things, I've actually had time to sit and watch a few Photoshop tutorials and tried my hand and some of them. Still trying to perfect, but here are a few samples of what I did on Monday! This is my "other sister" Nina's lovely granddaughter Brittany.
Here's the original photo!
Here I made a mask, then put her on a canvas!
Then I framed her in a freebie frame by Marijja! (This is lovely when not compressed so much)
Then I turned her into an oil painting and re framed in a frame from Miriam!
If you click on the photos to enlarge them, they are clearer!....Not sure which I prefer the best, but Nina loves the one on canvas in the antique frame by Marijja! Which one do you prefer? All I know is I had fun with trying out the new techniques.
Well, today is a work day, so must get busy. Thanks for stopping by! Chat more with y'all next time! Hugs, Mat :)
Hello and welcome to my blog. First I would like to thank Carol (ANGELSCRAPPER) for helping me in this project. I thank Linda (Random Thoughts) for the awesome look of my blog. Now a little about me, I am semi-retired, but still work part-time at the job I've had for the past 23 years as manager of an anesthesia office. I have 3 four legged fur babies named MzKitty, Oreo and Pumpkin. Since I am an avid genealogist, you will probably see some pages on that subject too. I paper scrapped for many years before finding digi-scrapping via SBF in Oct 2006. Can you say hooked??? Thanx for checking out my site, my scrapped pages and visits with my friends and family. Visit some of the sites of my scrapping friends that you find links and blinkies to on here, they have lots of talent and FREEBIES.