Monday, April 6, 2020

Get Well Bear {Jan's Digi Shop}

(I have two posts today. Please scroll down to see my Dies R Us project.)

Hey everyone, it's time for a new Jan's Digi Stamp Challenge #11.  I used the digi stamp set called Get Well Bear 3260J, which was released in March.

For my project today, I wanted to practice coloring an image digitally, using only a software package (I'm experimenting with Photoshop). There is definitely a learning curve and I could have printed the image and colored it by hand much quicker than doing the coloring digitally. I've got a long way to go, but everyone has to begin somewhere, right? 😆.

After I was content with the coloring, I added digital papers and other digital elements to complete my project. The sentiment comes with this digi set and I layered it in different colors to give the illusion of more dimension.

Now it's your turn to come play with us. Beginning with this challenge, Jan's Digi Stamp Challenges will become a monthly challenge. The challenge will begin on the first Monday of each month and end on the Sunday prior to the first Monday.  There will also be TWO Winners chosen randomly and will have two weeks to collect their prize.  One winner will be chosen from those that submit a project using one of Jan's images and the other winner will be chosen from all the other entries.  Each winner will receive a $10 gift certificate to Jan's Digi Stamps.

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jimlynn said...

It's colored beautifully digital and I love your card!
Going to miss you on the DT!

Shona Erlenborn said...

I wouldn't know where to begin! Good for you - he came out great!

Sheryl said...

Oh Anne I need a tutorial! I would love to learn to colour digitally. You did an amazing job here. it turned out beautifully.
Stay Safe, crafty hugs Sheryl xx

Karen Page said...

Anne, you did such a good job digitally coloring this sweet bear! i used to use Photoshop (version 9?) years ago and I remember how much of a learning curve it had then. Now I'm sure it has more than twice the # of features and I'm not confident I could wrap my head around it as easily as my younger self did back then! Love the band aid paper as your background! That was a nice touch!!!