Sunday, August 21, 2016

Let's Talk Directional Lighting

 Hello Crafters! 

How have you been? 
No really. How are you? 

It's the end of summer for us and that means super busy crazy hectic schedules. 
Not to mention it's been super hot and humid amidst all this running around. 
Can you say hello lion hair?
ugh. 

One of the busy things (in a good way) we have going on is planning an end of summer camping trip. 
Hmmm Camping. Didn't I say in my last post that I would have a camping scene card soon? 
I believe I did. AND I'm actually going to deliver. 
Christmas Miracle. 


Are these camping stamps completely adorable or what?! 
I'm mean seriously if you can't see how endearing these guys are this is not the blog for you. 
You should go. No hard feelings. 

For those of you who speak my darling critter language please grab a cup and settle in. It's video time and we are talking directional lighting. How you can do directional lighting. 
Yes, you. 
Stop looking around. 


I told you those shadows. BAM. World of difference. 
I absolutely love doing these scenes. Cute seems to be super on trend right now and I'm more than happy to embrace all the delightful little scenes they allow me to make. 


Obligatory close up. You're welcome. 

So what do you think? Ready to give it a go? 
If it seems a bit overwhelming no worries. You do NOT need to do a scene this elaborate. 
Start small. But give it a try. I have faith in you ;)

If you're looking to hang up and check out more videos you can head over to the WPlus9 Blog and watch how I made this super fun interactive Spinner Puzzle Card.



Thanks so much for visiting! 
Have a Blessed Sunday! 


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4 comments:

  1. Fabulous cards Kelly - I love how your colouring is always so vibrant!
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  2. Fabulous card and very informative video. Thank you!

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  3. Kelly, I loved your post of flowers for Simon. I would be happy with just the watercolor. Lovely card.

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  4. Thank you for the wonderful video and all the coloring tips you gave. Your card is beautiful.

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