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Discussion in 'May 2018 Challenges' started by ashleywb, Apr 29, 2018.
Ok, here is mine, I thought the glitch effect help with the story behind my page.
The first attempt at this challenge I think I went a little extra so I started over and I didn't do enough glitching LOL I didn't think using a B & W photo would be this difficult.
I followed the first procedure. Thanks for the fun lesson!
I used an online glitch tool aswell (in gallery credits)
Thanks. I figured it out in Artisan, not sure on the look, but it has the effect.
Okay girls, so when I first saw this and every time I saw this I totally did NOT like it and wondered how on earth I'd do it or what photos I'd use. I'm TRYING to scrap what I want to scrap and not just do pages for the challenges that I won't use in my albums. And then, as I was thinking about it the other day, it came to me! I'm going back to where I once was 28 years ago, Bible College, to finish my Theology degree! How perfect, going back in time for the Open Day! You SOOOO stretch me with these things! Thanks @ashleywb
May Inspiration Challenge by Genniejoy posted May 30, 2018 at 2:00 AM
I think I would like this effect with the right photo, but this is not it haha thanks for the inspiration! I loved experimenting with this technique.
This is second page for this challenge. It's so inspiring, I'm sure I'll do it again.
This time I started with a not so great photo (too much sun), I turned it b&w, and I think the glitch effect adds a lot of interest. Thank you again for the awesome tutorial and the inspiration!
Wow! I never would have pursued this effect and I kinda like it! I used some masks too and I like the 'static' effect it gives the layout. Thanks for the inspiration.