Holiday Textures - FREEBIE!

Saturday, December 13, 2008

Holidays & freebies - now it just doesn't get any better than when those two are paired!! So.... here are a couple holiday freebies for YOU!! Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays!! Click HERE for the download link. The link is only good for two weeks (until December 26) so download and save NOW! This is Molly, the Boston Terrier. The shot was taken by her owner, the multi-talented Char. Have fun & enjoy!


ORIGINAL SHOT.







OK – How did these texture images happen? In the snowflake shot, I pulled the texture over the Molly shot, & used blending mode Hard light set at about 70% opacity. I then used the ELIPTICAL MARQUEE TOOL with pixels set to 120 & worked it around on Molly to erase the texture from on top of her. The pixels set at 120 feathers the erased area.

For the red polka dot shot, I used the POLYGONAL LASSO TOOL to outline Molly. Once she was completely outlines with the lasso tool, I hit erase & poof, the texture was gone from her body.

Then just flatten the image & save as… I am currently using Adobe Photoshop Elements5. CS is on my wishlist!!

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Digi Free said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 13 Dec [LA 09:32pm] - 14 Dec [NY 12:32am, UK 05:32am, OZ 04:32pm] ).

hippi said...

How adorable, thankyou for sharing :)

Claire said...

i am learning so much from you... thank you for sharing your knowledge.

A Dusty Frame said...

These are really awesome:)! Thank you for sharing!
Lizzie
www.adustyframe.com

stacy marie photography said...

thank you for sharing, I LOVE those holiday freebie textures!! I put one on flickr and told some pals about them. You rock!!

HighlandGhillie said...

very cool (even though I missed the textures!)
thanks for the tutorial, very useful!

Country Girl said...

Hi. Found you through a friend of a friend of a friend. And I feel as if I've arrived.
With that said, I thank you for this tutorial. And as Arnold said, "I'll be back."