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Discussion in 'Christmas in July 2020' started by bellbird, Jul 25, 2020.
lol! Now I'm humming 'defying gravity'!
@jang you can use a soft round brush with color set to white and on a new layer just paint the highlight on the top left and then reduce opacity of the layer.
Thank you for this challenge!
Ok, I admit, I got a bit carried away and obliviated the clear part of the globe in that you can't see all the way through it, LOL but it was a FUN challenge!
Oh my goodness - your waving in the wind flag is awesome! I love this so much!
Justine!!! What a fab tutorial and challenge. Your globe and page are awesome! Thanks for teaching us this!
Great tutorial and lots of fun!
That was fun! Thank you so much for the tutorial, Justine!
Justine: I had so much fun with this challenge making digi snow globes are my new favorite thing. Thanks for the inspiration.
Fun challenge! Thank you.
Ok Justine, this is fabulous, but there is no way I can work on this technique right now. But I PROMISE, I am putting it on my list for August and I WILL make a snow globe. Your tutorial is amazing and I have several ideas already - just no time.
Thank you so much, it was a lot of fun. It is a bit flat, but I am happy with it, considering I didn't have a lot of time to really fiddle with the settings on it ( but I will later ) I used to have a snow globe that I had made in Craft artist , but I lost it when my computer crashed. Now I am going to persevere and make myself a proper template in PSE.
@bellbird Justine, this was a real challenge to me,wow!! My globe doesn't look so fancy, because I was almost blind looking at my computer screen! anyway, thanks for the challenge, I loved to learn something new!!
This doesn't do yours justice Justine but I tried very hard! Thanks for the challenge! I'm determined to figure out how to make mine look better!
Congrats to @mary kate ! You are the lucky random winner for this challenge!
Congrats @mary kate !