New FREE Video & Layered Quick Page

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October 29, 2019 | Digital Scrapper News | Volume 17, Issue 44

Hi there!

Do you mind getting your hands messy?

I can’t remember a time when I didn’t like getting my hands messy with paint or glue. I find it so satisfying to create art that I can hold in my hands. Being able to reach out and touch the texture of a watercolor painting on my wall always makes me smile.

But being a graphic artist has me constantly trying to digitally replicate my physical art. I love to draw sketchy, messy things. This month I challenged myself to recreate the look in Photoshop.

Scroll down to find a quick video tutorial that will have you recreating a sketchy hand-drawn look before you know it. Plus there’s a FREE layered quick page. I can’t wait to see what you come up with.

Creatively yours,

Syndee Rogers

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FREE Mini Kit in Community

Just a reminder . . . If you are part of Community on Facebook, make sure to download Floral Fantasy in our downloads section. This exclusive LIMITED TIME mini kit was created by our own Syndee Rogers JUST for fans of Digital Scrapper.

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Not a fan of Facebook, but still a fan of Syndee & Digital Scrapper?

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Note: You will need to have an account in our classroom and enroll in our FREE Fundamentals class in order to access this kit.


New FREE Quick Video by Syndee Rogers

Welcome fall by adding a sketchy hand-drawn border to a leaf shape using the Wave Filter.

This super-cool technique works with any traceable shape and includes a FREE layered quick page!

Read it on the blog: Sketchy Leaves with the Wave Filter


2 Responses

  1. Margaret Wood
    | Reply

    Love this!!! Thank you Syndee.

    • Syndee Rogers
      | Reply

      So glad you like it Margaret!

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