Monday, January 9, 2012

Free Texture Time!

It's cold and snowing here in the NorthEast today.  A good day to hunker down, make a big pot of nourishing soup (borscht is on the menu here), and tackle some household design/re-organization projects I've had in mind for a while.

Before I begin the heavy lifting ...  :) ... there's a pretty, new texture I want to share with you.  It's called Sweet Secret ... for no particular reason ... perhaps because I have a few.  Don't we all?  Here it is applied to my old texture-testing pear:



Texture applied to pear and blended in Vivid Light at 85% Opacity.  A Layer Mask and soft brush was used to remove the texture from the pear itself.  A Layers Adjustment was made to slightly increase the Saturation.




To download your free digital file of pdpa Sweet Secret texture, click HERE.


Enjoy!


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7 comments:

  1. This looks like another good one. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. Wonderful texture, wonderful pear! Not snowing in this piece of the Northeast, cold but sunny. But I did make a big pot of mushroom barley soup yesterday--yum!

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  3. Thank you Bonnie, had fun last night discovering one of your old posts about creating your texture from a collage of photographs...it worked a dream on some rural photographs I had. Cheers

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  4. beautiful texture, thank you . . .

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  5. Thanks Bonnie - this looks rather dreamy! =D

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  6. How pretty! - I am still struggling with trying to figure out how to do a layer mask (I use Gimp) and don't know if I'll ever acheive success.

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  7. What a beautiful texture this is!
    Thank you so very much for sharing it here.

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