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Tok, with Blue Eyes



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Tok, with Blue Eyes

Blue Eyes _ Tok

Made with PSP X2, on a PC, with Win 7

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I used Ro's Software Secrets revealed video #16 to achieve the b/w with blue eyes, effect - I just had to figure how to make his eyes blue instead of brown.

A technique that I used on this LO, was to change Tok's photo from colour to B/W by using Effects/Photo Effects/B&W Film. From the original,I layered, then selected his eyes, then used paint bucket to colour them blue, with a low opacity. I duplicated the layer twice and overlayed the top layer - used difference on the second layer and normal on the bottom.

I merged the layers visible, then copied and layered the now blue eyes, onto the b/w png of Tok, then saved it as a png.



    Great layout & beautiful dog. His blue eyes are striking.
    Great layout & beautiful dog. His blue eyes are striking.
    Love how you repeated the photo. this is fabulous!
    Neat page Heather. It is easy to see you are learning so much from the tutorials. Keep up the good work!
    I like the duplicated dog and the blue eyes and have layered some background papers. Fun layout!
    Love what you did on this page, with the duplication and the BLUE eyes! Nice!
    Tok is really loved! This looks really good, Heather. Nice job on the eyes and on blending your duplicates. Looks like it was fun! He's so pretty. I like your random arangement of the letters (which probably took a long time-LOL!)
    Heather what a wonderful layout! I love the word art, the papers AND I love Tok's beautiful blue eyes! Thank you so much for participating in the Feb. 13 Red Color Challenge!
    This reminds me of a pop art poster, cool effect!
    Love what you did with the background paper--the mix of patterns and colors really work well here. Also love the succession of photos of your adorable Tok! Thanks for sharing the details on your technique.