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Displacment Tutorial

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I did this layout few days ago using the displacement technique on a brick wall. After I finished it, I thought: why not sharing it in a challenge? I made this tutorial as well to explain how I got it done.

I used:
Urban Garden {ArtStrokes}: http://bit.ly/2o7M5Zc
Urban Garden {Artsy Bits & Pieces No1}: http://bit.ly/2o7SPWR
Urban Garden {Sprinkles}: http://bit.ly/2o7YLzq
Urban Garden {Paperset: Solids}: http://bit.ly/2o7YOeA
FOCUS {Word Arts}: http://bit.ly/2o7KuTg
FOCUS {artPaints}: http://bit.ly/2o7Fjmk
pic is from IngImage













Space night by NBK Design

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This is NBK Design´s part of the Mini O´s at oscraps














A Mothers Love Collection by Dawn inskip

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This Collection was designed in honour of Mothers in every sense of the word - Mothers Day, Birthdays, but more than that - the everyday moments of our lives.  Everything is absolutely suitable for generic pages and projects... check out the inspirational pages from my CT attached to this product to see how they have used it.






this is my page made with a  pic pixabay/Fifaliana



Wonderful by Pinkadoo Design

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This is Pinkadoo Design´s part of the mini O´s at oscraps





 this is my page made with a pic from pixabay/jill111



Call it spring by Lara´s digi world

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They are now on sale : http://bit.ly/2o3p2yO

my page with a pic from pixabay/greyerbaby



Photo editing with Artistic Filter (Dry Brush)

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This Tutorial was made by Marianne one of the CT members of NBK Design and was a technique challenge at oscraps
- First the preparation of the photo with the filter(s) on it.
- And second the Blending/painting of (parts) from that photo back in with a Layermask.
Note in this tutorial I worked with CS6! (So that is what you are going to see on the screenshots) I know that if you have the latest versions of PSE you can follow it too! I will give you some info after the Photoshop tutorial so you can work with it too!




To get a kind of inky/grungy effect like this I used the Dry Brush from the Artistic Filters in the Filter menu.




So open up your photo in a new document in Photoshop! Look at the photo you are going to use! Note don’t use a photo with a low resolution, or a very busy unclear photo. I used a portret photo with no distractions behind it! I made a Smart Object from my photo (rightclick on the layer-Convert to Smart Object) , I did that to be able to go back later and change an…