I thought I'd be 'lazy' and sit on the sofa with my iPad in hand to edit a photo for Texture Tuesday. I had just finished it up on Blogger when I got an error message when it was trying to save. Drat! Ok, I'll go to the computer.
In the meantime I finally updated CC today (guess I wasn't in a hurry, gosh how many months has it been since the last update?) Of course it opens up with it's 'dark' interface which I just don't like. Fortunately it asked to migrate my presets. I think I would have screamed if all my actions and brushes had been set back to default. I really need to get in gear and sync my settings and such to the cloud.
Texture Tuesday is brought to you by PS Touch, my iPhone and my iPad. (And now my iMac).
I hadn't used PS Touch in quite awhile and wanted to reacquaint myself. I have a couple other 'layering apps' and I want to analyze each of them and settle on one if possible.
I have a folder of a few of Kim's textures on my iPad via Dropbox. So I added three different textures set to multiply and different opacities. The app doesn't have the best choices of fonts but I wanted to stay with in the app. What's nice about PS Touch is that you can save your 'project' any time keeping the layers and go back and change it more if needed. I wish the text layers were able to have the blend modes changed. If there is a way to simplify or rasterize them, that would work, but I didn't see an option.
I also duplicated my flower layer, moved it above the textures and set it to screen on very low opacity.
Linking up with Barb for App Happy Wednesday.