This week's Texture Tuesday with Kim Klassen is a Free & Easy Edition.
Here is what I did for for this Edition of Texture Tuesday.
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I opened a new 12 x 12-inch 300 ppi document with the image of the Aztec Calendar on a transparent background. The image was from the Internet.
Next, I held down the command / control key and clicked on the thumbnail of the calendar. This put a selection around the calendar. I created a new layer above the calendar. With the selection active on the new layer, I selected the Pattern Stamp Tool and painted in a pattern that I had created before. The pattern is actually a 12 x 12-inch 300 ppi watercolor paper (one of my Freebie watercolors) that I made as a pattern. Here it is with Normal Mode and 100% Opacity.
Then I changed the Blend Mode to Multiply and still 100% Opacity.
Next I brought in Kim's texture kk_mayzee and used it as the background for the layout. This what it looks like with the other layers turned off.
With the other layers back on. I kept the texture at Normal mode and 100% Opacity.
Then I brought in the clock face (from the Internet), Normal mode 100% Opacity.
Then I doubled clicked to the right side of the clock layer to open up the Layer Style dialog. In the Blend if section at the bottom . . . for This layer I moved the whole black slider to 137 . . . left the whole white slider at 255. For the Underlying Layer . . . holding down the option / alt key, I split the black slider . . . moved right half of black slider to 68 . . . left left half at 0 . . . left the whole white slider at 255. Then at the top, I set the blend Mode to Lighter Color and Opacity 50%.
I now have this. And, its my final image.
So, here is what I ended up with for this Free & Easy Edition of Texture Tuesday.
That's all for now.
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I use Adobe Photoshop CS6, and sometimes Adobe Illustrator CS5, Lightroom 5, and Corel Painter X. However, I believe that much of what I show can be done using Photoshop Elements.