Using a photograph of an iris, a texture, a vintage paper, a vintage French overlay, a Photoshop brush, and a butterfly element to create a decorative botanical image.
Tag Archives | Overlays
This photographic design uses textures, overlays, masks and brushes. Have a peek at my layers to see how it was created.
Use digital masks with textures and clipping masks to create design elements. Stack several masks for a dimensional design. Throw in an overlay too!
Digital photo masks aren’t just for photos. They can be used in a variety of ways from overlays to brushes to design elements.
It’s very easy to create a Photoshop brush set from digital overlays, using Photoshop or Photoshop Elements.
If you prefer using overlays to Photoshop brushes or have software or a version of Photoshop not supported by most brushes, here are two methods to create overlays from Photoshop abr files.
When using Vintage French Script Overlays and Photoshop Brushes, use the free grunge brushes in the layer mask to edit the overlay/brush to better suit your image.
Have you ever wondered what the difference is between Photoshop brushes and Overlays or how to use either of them? This post gives you the basics of the similarities, differences and has links to further information.
This week, I’ll be showing you examples of using vintage French script brushes and overlays. This macro of hydrangea petals is made with an overlay and textures from the Artiste collection.
A free shortcut production action for Photoshop and Elements that will covert B&W transparent overlays to color. Plus a free overlay!