Saturday, September 14, 2013

Halloween Digital for You - Part Two

Last week I shared a Halloween Digital that I created from an image at Creations with TLC.  Below is the image I started with.

First I cropped the image so it looked like this:


Then I changed the tint by using the sepia program in PicMonkey (it's under effects).


I found this vertical stripe (that I used last week) and rotated the image.



Once I had the horizontal image I uploaded it to Picmonkey and used the effect, Sepia, to create an image like this:


After I had these images I created a collage with 3 boxes, rotated the boxes and widened the image from square to rectangle.  I put in the stripes in the top and bottom and the Spooky image in the center.


After this I went to the Vampire Section, under the Halloween Theme at Picmonkey.

I found this and added it to my image number 6.

I created this image (for the blog post) by uploading a white digital "paper" and then adding night fright overlay.

This is how it looks combined with night fright overlay, Happy Halloween text and framed with Sketchedy frame and made the background of Sketchedy a deep orange.

I also created this, the same way but added a background to the top and bottom.  I got the image by Googling (isn't that a word?) Halloween backgrounds.  This is the digital image of Halloween Fabric.

I'm sharing this with:
Creations with TLC