Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Texture Tuesday With Kim Klassen

 

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The first texture is Kim’s Yesteryear  @ 100% multiply.

The second texture is Portrait @ 100% soft light.

 

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This is one of my “Shabby” chairs photographed

in some flowers at the back of my house.

You can read about my chair Crying facetransformation Smile  here.

I used Kim’s Yesteryear texture twice--

the first application was multiply @ 100%

and the second application was soft light @ 100%

 

Thanks Kim for providing these textures!!!

10 comments:

  1. Great 'texture' pictures, Becky.... Love your 'transformed' chairs... ha ha ---Maybe you can 'texture' them also--at least on your computer!!! ha

    Don't miss my blog today.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  2. I absolutely love your second photo! Shabby chic is IN. ;)

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  3. Beautiful pictures.... the flowers and your shabby chic chair are awesome together.

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  4. Beautiful pictures Becky! I love the texture.

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  5. Wonderful pictures! Would love to sit in your back yard among the beautiful flowers and watch the dog go under the tree!

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  6. Amazing photos!!!
    Have a nice day,kisses:)

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  7. Very good effect and I find myself wondering what using the same texture twice will do. Interesting idea and I will have a go at that. So many possibilities.

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  8. Lovely photos and texture... I love your shabby chic chairs... Great props.
    ( I read your story... and will remember the lesson! )
    jenni

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  9. Oh, Becky! These are beautiful and I really love the second one! You're so good - I think I've told you that before.
    Well, as bad as I hate this happening to you, at least I know I'm not alone - I've got some company in my misery! :)
    Be a sweeetie,
    Shelia ;)

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