Thursday, June 26, 2008

Movie Poster

In response to This challenge, I found the above movie poster that intrigued me, and made a scrap page to mimic the artistry. This picture of Hannah was taken a few weeks ago along the bike trail near our home, and I loved how she wasn't looking at me and how the wind was playing with her hair. I pulled the picture into the editing page in photoshop elements, and I applied an action that I downloaded here. I wanted a sepia colored picture that still had traces of color to it. I enlarged the photo to fill most of the page. Then I pulled in a paper that I found for free at this magazine's site. I used a grunge brush to erase portions of the photo so that the edges where the two meet were indistinct. I added all my journaling and title to mimic the movie poster's, and added a few brush/stamps at the bottom that I found at 2 Peas. This link takes you to their free monthly digital kits. The "D" and the barcode were from the Proud to be Digital kit. The last brush I used was the date brush, which was part of a monthly club kit that I'm in with Scrap Girls. And that's it!

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