July 10, 2018 | Digital Scrapper News | Volume 16 Issue 28
When’s the last time you went wandering through the Brush Picker?
For me, it’s been a while. I tend to be a creature of habit.
Anytime I need a brush, I automatically grab a basic one---either the Hard Round brush or the Soft Round brush. It doesn’t automatically occur to me to try other brushes and see how they look.
So, consider this little note as a little nudge (from this creature of habit to you) to break out of default mode in the Brush Picker and try something new.
In this week’s Qwik Tutorial, Jenifer uses the Rough Dry Brush. She could have used a plain ole Hard Round Brush, but look at the difference it makes to simply change the brush (below).
The example on the left uses the Hard Round brush. The example on the right uses the Rough Dry Brush. The one on the right has so much more character, don’t you think?
Try out Jenifer’s tutorial (below) to see what you can create. Maybe even browse the Brush Picker for other brushes to add a unique twist to this concept.
Have a great week! See you in the galleries.
Jen White | DigitalScrapper.com
P.S. There’s been a slight delay in the release of Jenifer’s new class. But don’t worry, it is coming as soon as we can pull it all together. Thanks for your patience.
New FREE Qwik Tutorial
Do you need that extra something to make your background pop? Add some inky outlines for a fun and artsy effect.
Read it on the blog: Inky Outlines by Jenifer Juris
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