A Word or Two About Mashups

It stands to reason that once I take the time to create some digital art that I need to get the most out of it.  That is how I came to creating more variety with just one design.  This is what I’m talking about.

The designs were created with images processed in Photoshop Elements.  The images probably included other digital art images along with gel-plate prints used for texture and color.  I also used a photo I had of one of the quilts I made recently.

Once satisfied with its overall composition, the image can then be rendered in either the “Quick” or “Guided” menus in Photoshop Elements, which provide interesting color variations.  Or, another layer with some interesting color can also be applied.  I’m never too consistent about how I create images and it is truly a “trial-and-error” process.

 

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