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Discussion in 'MOC 2020 Challenges' started by jenn mccabe, Jan 19, 2020.
Thanks Jenn I learned something new and I love it.
Oh Jenn! I want to play with this technique more when I'm feeling more creative! Kept mine super simple for now, but won't forget this technique!
Jenn your challenge has produced some really creative pages. Thank you for hosting, and for teaching me something new. Mine
Thanks for pushing me on this one, took me a few tries, and I loved looking at everyone's take on it.
Aaagh. I just realised we need physical holes where the cutouts are from not just rotated shapes over the top of the patterned paper. I need to walk away and come back to this if I have to fiddle with it again.
you are cutting your paper. and putting the paper pieces back with something a little different done to that pattern paper - recolor the PP, resize, shift, tilt. If you recolor the pattern paper pieces and place them back in the holes that would qualify! i don't need to see holes. just the pattern look a little differently than it started. so if you recolored the pattern paper pieces and put them right back into the holes that they were cut from with some recoloring (and i can still see the pattern is there on the cut out pieces) you wouldn't need to have holes. everyone did shift or tilt so far - but you don't have to if your recolor. or resize bigger and cover up the holes.
@Jenn macabe Thanks Jenn, I redid it last night before I went to bed so that it shows the cutouts. I'll keep my original for myself. I don't like this one quite as much, it feels cluttered with the 'holes' visible.
For MOC8 Day 19: Cut out background
When I first read the challenge the phrase 'swimming against the tide' came to mind and this is where it led.
Words are from a poem: Swimming against the tide by Qiniso Mogale
Dive Down Kit by Lynn Grieveson
Venice Beach Kit by Lynn Grieveson
Trust the Journey: Thrive Bundle by Rachel Jefferies
Font: FONTASTIC! Art Journaling 65 Fonts Grab Bag by Tangie Baxter
This was so much fun!!!
I cut out balloons and then adjusted the transparency of most of them because I like to see through my balloons
Second attempt at this. I did this days ago and then my photoshop spontaneously closed before I saved. Couldn't bring myself to redo it until now. Almost the same but I used a different patterned paper this time.