Monday, May 09, 2011

Textures, Textures...

It's Texture Tuesday again.  I played around with several textures and with Coffeeshop's "Pink Glow" action.  The results were so different.  On this first image I used Kim's "Burnt Edges" texture.
and on the image below I used a texture from "Ben's Collection" and "Soft Palette".  The action was fun to work with because I could turn off a layer or manipulate a layer if I wanted a different look. I just loaded Nelly Nero's actions - 25 of them.  So I'm looking forward to playing more with those. 

Wishing you all a wonderful textured week.  Be sure to click on the Texture Tuesdays badge to see many more artistic displays of textured images.  You will be very busy!!
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24 comments:

Cedar said...

I really like the vintage feel of the second photo!

Nancy said...

Very pretty! Nice application of the textures, but not overdone. :)

Henrietta said...

Beautiful portrait from very lovely girl or should say young woman:)

Linda Makiej said...

Lovely texture work!!

Leah C said...

Beautiful!

AJ said...

Like the vintage look...beautiful picture...she's very pretty!

Anuroop reddy said...

awesome :)

Kim Klassen said...

fabulous... and my.. i adore the second one...fabulous... really!!

thank you for joining the Texture Tuesday party....
xxo, kim

Cathy Spivey Mendola said...

I love them both! Can't decide which is my fave. Great job.

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

The second one has a very vintage feel to it. I like Nelly Nero's actions too. V

KathrynAntyr said...

Beautiful results.

Stampmouse said...

looks great makes it look very old fashioned.

Buckeroomama said...

I love the old photograph in the second one. :)

Val said...

Lovely image - both fabulous results!

Leovi said...

Beautiful and sweet portrait, the flowers are really fascinating, excellent color and texture gives it a more poetic. Greetings.

Jill said...

I like the vintage feel of the second one too. The great feature about Nelly Neros action is that it automatically copies your image...Love that, so if you don't like it just delete and start over!

Clear Crick Cottage said...

Hi Marilyn!
Sorry so late on the ball here -forgive me! It was a long weekend.
As to your beautiful photos here, your model is lovely, the flowers are soooo cool (I love these blooms), and your texture work is gorgeous. Love both of these -but I think the color in the first reminds me a tiny bit of old fading photos of the 60s, so it sorta has more warm feel to me for some reason. :) Just love 'em!
Oh don't you just love Ben's collection by Kim? I can't stop using them. :)
xoxo
love,
Sherilyn over at Clear Crick Cottage

Teresa Schmid said...

Wow, wonderful!

Dyche Designs said...

Beautiful.

Caryl said...

loving what you are doing.

Diane said...

Beautiful, Marilyn! Love the different results. I haven't been here for a long time! xoxo Diane

Caryl said...

Wow Marilyn, thank you so much for the link to the textures, Kim is amazing.

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Hi Marilyn
I love the colour in the first.. delicious!!! I'm yet to use actions.. I usually create my own textures too but have been enjoying playing around with Kim's these past weeks..

Have a lovely weekend.. ciao xxx Julie

Lori Saul said...

Wonderful and artful play with effects Marilyn!