Monday, July 8, 2013

CU4CU At The Beach Water Styles Freebie!!

Here are the water styles I talked about in the last post:) It took me FOREVER to figure out how to make
these. I watched several different tutorials, and every one of them was different, and had different effects and 
outcomes. I took what I liked from each one, tried out so many different blend modes and contours and it just all looked crappy, everytime I tried. I then started from scratch, and just took it one step at a time, made  several conours and painstakingly tried each one, and yada yada yada, until I sort of liked what I saw. So I made one with shadows, and one without shadows. I found that I liked it much better if I applied the style, then duplicated the layer, then merged both layers together. I never could figure out how to make the shadow look awesomely realistic...but I was satisfied with what I did come up with. So, here are my water styles. I hope you like them and can use them in your designs and scrapping in some way. You can also play with them and maybe make them look even better, with a more perfect shadow, lol. Anyway, they are also cu4cu friendly:) As always, may God Bless you all throughout this week, and don't forget to leave some love:) My At The Beach Wood Styles should be next, so stay tuned:)........


DOWNLOAD .ASL FORMAT at mediafire
DOWNLOAD .PSD FORMAT at mediafire.




14 comments:

  1. Thank you for this! These letters look really awesome!! :D

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  2. Thank you! This should come in very handy this summer!

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  3. Luv it but can`t use it Im only png. How can ya get`m to png`s?

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  4. Thank you! Love these styles!

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  5. Me thinks the lady doth judge herself too harshly. :) I don't have PSD, but wanted you to know that this looks AWESOME!

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  6. thank you so much! I love your very nice job!

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  7. so awesome Sheila! thank you!! :)

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  8. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. I am so in awe of your style-making abilities! WOW! I would have no idea how to go about doing this - it's a level of Photoshop skill I haven't explored yet. Thank you!

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  10. Thanks, Sheila. Your styles are great. I have used both the sand and chipboard one.

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  11. Thanks so much for the lovely styles! :)

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