Heartfelt thanks to all of you who left such lovely comments.
Kim – You made my day 🙂
Laser – Well done to you! At 70yrs, I think you’re fantastic!
Peggy – Welcome Aboard. If you have any specific questions, include them in your comments. I certainly don’t know all the answers but I might at least be able to point you in the right direction. Or someone else may know the answer and teach us both. Digiscrappers are a friendly, helpful bunch!
RoseAddict – You asked how I achieved the effect in ArchiTextures 2, well, there’s a little story to this…I was away from home using a different computer when I designed it, in PSP because I didn’t have PS. So when I came home, I retraced my steps in PS and ended up with a different result, nothing like as striking. So the Blend Modes operate in different ways in the two programmes, which surprised me very much. But it taught me that each has their own strengths. I enjoyed playing around with PSP and look forward to learning more about using this programme as well. So how did I get the AT 2 look in PSP? Create a layer below your ArchiTextures 2 layer and fill it with luminous green. Not kidding. Select Hue as your Blend Mode and voila! As I said, two simple, serendipitous steps. (Say that five times quickly…)
And so without further ado…
Thank you for your interest but this is no longer available as a Freebie.
Packs containing several ArchiTextures will be available shortly for purchase.