8 Scrapper’s Styles
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I like my scrapbook pages to look:
Minimal and Focused
Balanced and Proportionate
Realistic & Layered
Energetic and Embellished
Artsy and Emotive
Imaginative and Mythical
Blended and Dramatic
Abstract and Graphic
When building my page, I concentrate MOST on:
It gives my eyes something to focus on clearly and draws the eye to a specific part of the page.
Sometimes my pages look flat and other times I’ll add a few layers but the photos are always my main focus.
Shadowing and creating realistic depth.
One of the biggest compliments I could ever receive is “Wow, I didn’t realize that was a digital layout!”
Patterned papers and embellishments of all kinds. I like to use an assortment of digital supplies.
My pages usually have a lot of layers and sometimes I have to stop myself from adding more because I could layer for hours!
For example, I like to creatively cut people out of photos and design entirely new surroundings for them.
I like very digital pages using techniques that cannot be recreated on traditional paper pages, like compositing.
I let the photo determine the design of the page but I also
the photo so it creates a lot of visual drama.
I prefer to use embellishments:
I'll use a few, selectively placed, so each embellishment does not detract from the overall design.
where they’re needed, sized proportionately and when they support the design and shape of my layout.
That look realistic.
I’ll use as many or as little as I like and cluster them occasionally.
I enjoy piling embellishments on my layouts but in a
With paints, stamps, brushes and additional ephemera.
My pages are usually busy because -- you name it -- I’ll add it to my page!
That are thematic and adventurous
. Each should add to the scene and capture the magical moment I envision for my story.
That are digital.
I like to manipulate them to match my design.
I lean on brushes more than embellishments. And where they're placed matters not as much as making sure everything looks good to me.
To me the photos are:
but it’s rare for me to use more than one photo on a page.
The photography, the cropping, the positioning — I want my photos to appear visually stunning.
I like to use multiple photos mixed in sizes from small to large to visually describe a story. I rarely alter my photos.
I don't mind using small photos or converting them to black and white to balance with papers and embellishments.
Sometimes I use a photo to set the mood for a page. Sometimes my layouts don't include photos. It just depends on what I’m trying to say visually.
Not as important
as the subject who is in the photo and the technical details of removing them from the background.
because I use the photos for techniques like blending, brushwork and extractions.
because my photo processing (the editing) dictates my page design. I tend to use less photos than more.
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