This is the last Texture Tuesday for this year so Kim invited us to do whatever we wanted with our chosen photo and use at least one of her textures.
I used Kim’s ‘if only’ texture and reduced the opacity.
For this week’s Texture Tuesday Kim invited us to share a photo textured with one of her recent textures “Kristin”
This is a photo I took in Glastonbury Abbey a couple of months ago. I used the poster edges filter on my original photo, added the Kristin texture and then blended it in multiply.
In Kim’s words “this week’s TT image must contain at least one layer of the texture, partings…..that’s it…that’s all”.
Here is my image textured with “partings” and blended in exclusion mode
Kim’s challenge was to feature a “something orange” photo treated with one of her textures. I’ve used her Autumn Burst on this photo of Chinese Lantern flowers (physalis)
I can never resist photographing these beautiful things. I only wish I could grow them in the garden successfully – unfortunately the slugs always get to them long before they flower
Kim’s challenge for this week’s Texture Tuesday was to use an image of flowers and at least one of her textures. I have used her texture “peony” for this and reduced the opacity to 43%.
The tree is called a tree mallow – in Turkey, where I photographed this, no-one seemed to know the correct name of any of the flowers, trees or shrubs and when I asked what this I was told it was some sort of hibiscus. Then I saw it in the botanical gardens in Singapore with a label! It flowers in the winter and is really beautiful.
I’m also sharing this post with Flower Art Friday
This week in Kim Klassen’s cafe, we were challenged to use a favourite quote and at least one of Kim’s textures.
Coincidentally in this week of the Beyond Layers course we have been encouraged to take a leap to realise a dream so I have chosen this quote and a photo of a rainbow, for doesn’t everyone dream of finding their own personal crock of gold, whatever it might be, at the end of the rainbow?
textured with Kim’s dear dreamer 2
photo textured with Kim’s Friday texture and blended in Colour burn at 58%
Kim’s challenge this week was to interpret “light” in any way we chose and to incorporate at least one of her textures.
I’ve used Kim’s “and then some” texture blended in exclusion for this version
for this one I used “cool grunge” blended in overlay aat 65% opacity and then used the posterised edge filter
Kim Klassen’s Texture Tuesday challenge for 27 March 2012 was to incorporate something pink and at least one of her textures in our work
the background is one of my sunset photos with the Buddha hand layered on top. I blended it using Kim’s More Magic texture in “darken” mode at 76%
Kim Klassen’s challenge this week was to use any one of her textures in our composition.
I have used Kim’s zuzu texture blended in linear burn mode at 84% opacity.