Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Blending Fish and Flower

I am still following Sue O'kieffe's Photoshop Tutorial on Blending Modes Part I
and enjoying every minute of it. I used two images, one of a flower and one of a fish and blended them together into one image using the tutorial, then I used crosshatch and dry brush to make it my interpretation. And not to brag on my work, but to brag on the capabilities of photoshop, it makes a very nice image don't you think?

9 comments:

Sweet Irene said...

It most certainly does. You did a great job and I am jealous of your newly developed skills. Good for you, Bobbie!

Frances said...

I love that - it is so subtle. The fish looks like part of the flower and then suddenly you notice it there. You've given it all that lovely watery floaty look. clever one.

FixedXorBroken said...

Does it represent something?

Debi said...

WOW! That's gorgeous! Every time I see these images of yours I imagine them hanging on a wall. Do you?

Sue O'Kieffe said...

Dear Bobbie,
I love your interpretation and enjoy knowing you found the tut easy use. Thanks for sharing this.
Congratulations.
~Sue O'Kieffe

Beverley said...

Yes, you don't immediately notice the fish but then it suddenly appears. The flower has the look of a water lily, with the fish swimming beneath.

Neda said...

Okay, I just need a minute to recover here! I almost fell off my chair!!! You are WHIZ!! I am drooling with envy! YAY BOBBIE!!!

Bobbie said...

Ohh, let me take a bow. No seriously , I appreciate Sue's tutorial and can't wait to do part II.

fixedxorbroken, I guess it only represents a fish and a water lily but I hope the colors and treatment make it something that makes your heart enjoy!

Rima said...

Yeah, you're allowed to brag - it's lovely