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Old February 18th, 2012, 07:40 PM
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Old February 18th, 2012, 09:15 PM
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So nice to see so many people trying the challenge this week! Thanks for giving this technique a try!

Frank…..You nailed it! Think your results were just what Lesa had in mind. I love your serigraph!


Mike…She is adorable, like your background paper. Thanks for including all the details with your post.


Bill…That DeSoto had some tail light! Might have known there’d be a car appearing!


Patti…That looks like a powerful, happy guy you’ve got there! Like you blue/green background colors!


Hans…That somewhat arrogant look blends so well with the metal background!


Tony…Great idea to use the horses for your serigraph. Glad you joined us this week!


Sepiana…Love the way you made the tut your own! Creative as usual!


Irvcobb…So glad to see you joining the fun!!!! Love how the serigraph brought out the skeletal features of the leaves. Nice texture background and love that purple!
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Aww Helen Bless your heart.....
You are so thoughtful in comments to each person.
TY I really enjoyed the Creative, really!!
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Great tut, Helen! I enjoyed the Seriagraph part too. Never knew you could do that. Opens up a lot of possibility. Thanks for an enjoyable tut. Here's my first attempt: I used pages I had made in previous challenges for the textures.

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Irv-definitely a beautiful creation!
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Helen, first of all thanks for commenting on the submussions. Much appreciated.

I revisited my image, because I thought that the black was too harsh.
In this version I locked the transparancy of the (black) portrait layer and applied a gradient with colors I sampled in the other layers.
Now the colors are more vivid. Don't you think?

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This was fun. I had never used this Blend Mode before. My background texture was one of Julie McLeod's.

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