Artwork Page

I’m Smitten

I really can’t believe how much I am loving this new form of artwork with our images. I’ve been doing this for a while and I go at lot of my inspiration from Woody Walters and Ninya Walters of Digital Candy Photography.

And then I followed this tutorial and I’ve even found myself making my own clipping mask… using various free brushes from Brusheezy.

I find it fun to do… and in a roundabout way teaches you Photoshop as well.

There are a lot of free png elements available to use… here are just a few links below

So, if you want to try something new then why not give instant painting a whirl!


8 responses to “Artwork Page”

  1. The effects are beautiful, Bren!

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  2. What a fun process. I’m going to see if I can figure out how to do it in the GIMP.


  3. […] order to do this effect you need powder brushes. In one of Bren’s posts she gave a link to Brusheezy, a source for free PhotoShop brushes, which work just fine in the […]

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  4. […] Carrying on with my digital artwork, I thought I would create a vintage set. There are a lot of free vintage PNGs on the internet and the above are just a selection of those I downloaded. You can view more of my artwork here. […]


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