For this image I used the line colouring technique. You first start off with a white image and then by the time you are finished you have many different layers and a coloured picture. I had alot of fun colouring pictures and the technique is so cool!
To create this image, I used the “gritty” technique. This is a simple technique using the high pass filter and making a very neat picture. I really like the way this image turned out, it brings out many different colours and the picture looks amazing! I hope to work with the gritty technique again!
This picture is a variety of photos that I combined together that represent not only my interests but my theme, purple. I had alot of fun creating this image and choosing all of the photos that I inserted. Collages are very fun to make!
To create this image I used the clone stamp tool. This tool allows you to remove any object you choose from your photo. I really enjoy this tool because the final product always loooks neat. In this photo I removed the belt from this purple dress.
To create this image I used the hair colouring technique. It is a very cool tool, and to make the colour dark or lighter you just duplicate the layer. I thought this picture was relevant because she was wearing a purple dress and I coloured her hair purple.
To create these two images I used the filters option. First you select an area that you wish to stay the same, than you can choose one of the many cool filter options! I really enjoyed creating these photos because it really makes the purple shoes pop!
To create this image I used the “One in a crowd” concept and a touch of filters. One in a crowd is where a picture is black and white but there is one particular part that is left coloured. I really like this unique tool because it really gives the pictures some cool dimensions.
To create this photo I also used the one in a crowd concept. I really enjoy the cool look it gave on these purple smarties. I hope to used this again sometime in the future!
To create this last photo, I used the line colouring tool, which involves many layers. I chose to do this character because it is a puffle from the popular children’s virtual game Club Penguin. I really enjoyed working with line colouring, it was alot of fun!