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This is the left side page to the neighboring LO. This all started with a close up I got of Brad during our Spring Break trip. I used a telephoto lens and caught this as they rode the go- carts. The photo was grainy but COOL! Just like he is. I applied a VP filter and liked it even more -- thought it was perfect for this class assignment.

Brad, my Nephew, was born while I was still in college - and we had a special bond for many years. We called him Buddy as he was growing up but while at the beach together this past April he said his friends called him Brad and tried to pass the name of "Buddy" onto my son - now 7yrs. I'm afraid it didn't take to well ... he will always be "Buddy" to me. Brad is studying Film making in college and he seems to love the grainy film-noir look ... at least that's what it looks like to me! I so enjoyed being with him again and discovering what the child became! I owe him special thanks for his encouraging me to purchase CS2 ... he's a pro with it!

I put layer masks on everything! Used Linda Sattgasts grunge brushes to scratch the LO and to roughen up the edge and some of the text. How wonderful to be able to do those things with a layer mask - so easy to undo and soften!
What a blast this was to make!
TFL!

CC always welcome!
Date: Mon July 24, 2006 Views: 932

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mari_g

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Registered: March 2006
Location: Sydney, Australia
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Tue July 25, 2006 3:07am

You are very talented! I love both your layouts! I love the "scratchiness" of the layout. Where did you get the brushes?

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arlene6

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Registered: June 2005
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Wed July 26, 2006 2:15am

Wow! How have I been missing you in the gallery??? He's good at it? Looks like you're light years ahead. This is really good stuff here!!!
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Donut

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Registered: April 2005
Location: New Zealand
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Thu August 3, 2006 11:33pm

WOW Kim!!! This is out of this world Awesome!!! Put the jug on I'm on my way over for lessons....!!

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Emma

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Registered: March 2004
Location: Austin, TEXAS!
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Wed August 9, 2006 10:45pm

you definitely have this down. I think the separating lines here could be even softer so you have no halos, by lowering brush opacity and going over the edges again with a large, soft brush. But only because I'm TRYING to be critical: this is a fantastic pair of layouts

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