JJ Texture Set + Walk Thru






JJ Texture Set + Walk Thru consists of 13 large unique textures, each measures 3600 X 2800 pixels, and a simple walk thru to give you an idea how I go about using textures with the hope it can help others in some small way.

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                                                          JJ Texture Set + Walk Thru:




Step 1: I open Butterfly/Flower image to use, which now becomes the background image.




Step 2: I select the JJ-13 texture to use and drag it on top of the original image, I now set the "Layer Mode" to "Multiply" and the "Opacity" at 100%.



Step 3: I now select the JJ 3 texture drag it on top and set the "Soft Light" to "Color Burn" and the "Opacity at 58% then I go to "Filter" select "Blur" then "Gaussian Blur" set the "Radius" to 50 then click OK.



Step 4: I select another texture to use, the JJ-10 texture and drag it on top of the others, then I set the "Layer Mode" to "Color Burn" and the "Opacity" at 36%.  



Step 5: I select another texture to use, the JJ-11 texture and drag it on top of the others, then I set the "Layer Mode" to "Soft Light" and the "Opacity" at 25%.



   
Step 6: I right click on the original image and select duplicate and drag it on top of all the layers,then I set the "Layer Mode" to "Soft Light" and the "Opacity" at 52%. 



Step 7:  I right click on the original image and select duplicate and drag it on top of all the layers, I go to the tool bar and select "Image" then "Adjustments" then I click "Desaturate" and set the "Layer Mode" to "Linear Burn" and the "Opacity" at 25%. DONE! 








29 comments:

  1. What you're able to do is simply wonderful Jerry! I thank you so much for your generous gifts! :)

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  2. Another wonderful set…thank you!

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  3. Thank you so VERY MUCH, Jerry! These textures are just beautiful and the tutorial so helpful! You are a blessing.

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  4. glorious! thank you!

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  5. What lovely textures! Thank you for sharing them. I also appreciate your sharing the detailed tutorial on how you created a gorgeous blended photo with them. :)

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  6. Don't remember how I stumbled upon your website, but I am so glad that I did! I spent many a happy hour at my computer this past nasty winter learning and creating. Thank you!!

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  7. Thank you so much Jerry! Love your header image!

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  8. These are lovely. I hope to use some when I do an encaustic series at art camp this summer.

    Are you feeling better? I hope so.

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  9. Good to see you back in the saddle, bro. I hope you're feeling better.

    Thanks!

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  10. Thanks so much, your textures are awesome!

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  11. Thank you very Much Jerry ... you are such an inspiration :-)

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  12. Thank you very much Jerry love your work love your textures :-)

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  13. thank you for those beautifull texture and inspiration on how to use it! :)
    Have a nice and cool summer :)
    Nathalie from France

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  14. Merci beaucoup Jerry,
    Sandra de France

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  15. AnonymousJuly 07, 2014

    Great tutorial thank you so much !!

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  16. Thank you, have appreciated your work for many years!

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  17. AnonymousJuly 30, 2014

    Nice textures! I look forward to trying them out on some of my images. I will definitely be adding a link to your site on my photo blog. :)

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  18. Thx so much dear Jerry! :)

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  19. Wonderful! Thank you!

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  20. A stunning texture set - thank you so much! Apart from my own textures (at Texture Time), your textures are the only ones I ever use now on my images. Thank you for sharing your talent and creativity.

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  21. Thanks for sharing !!!

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  22. I have been visiting since you first started this blog thanks for sharing your talent :) Kristip

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  23. Wow, Jerry, your art is awesome and thanks for sharing your fantastic textures.

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  24. Merci pour les textures et le tutoriel bien expliqué et illustré !

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