Layouts With Actions
Actions are a tool that saves time when working in Photoshop by automating repetitive tasks. They can also be used for reproducing techniques and creating special effects that can be shared with other Photoshop users. Here you’ll find previously published layouts that feature the use of a variety of actions to speed workflow and enhance layouts. For additional photo techniques using actions, plug-ins and filters, read Jen Adams Donnelly and Molly Newman’s feature “The Art of the Imperfect” in Digital Scrapbooking magazine’s August/September 2008 issue.
materials action from “Texture” by Childish David (lightonkids.com/actions) + brushes from “Valentine” set by Jason Gaylor (designfruit.com) + brush from “Wings” set by Jenn B (http://scully7491.deviantart.com/) + paper from “Being Me” kit by Gina Marie Huff (weedsandwildflowersdesign.com) + lace from “Reverie” kit by Amber Clegg (scrapartist.com) + key, bow corner from “Corner Art 2” by Tracy Robinson (scrapbook-bytes.com) + Porcelain and Times New Roman fonts + Photoshop (Adobe)
materials paper from “You and Me” kit by Mindy Terasawa; tag from “Blank Safety Tags” set, ricrac from “Botanist Notebook No. 12” kit, stitching from “Storytime” kit, border swirls, grids from “Ledger Frames No. 2” set all by Katie Pertiet; ribbon from “Tie It Embellies” set by Jackie Eckles (designerdigitals.com) + Chipboard Action (atomiccupcake.com) + Seraphic Organism and Mistral fonts + Photoshop (Adobe)
materials index card, technique by Tonya Doughty (gauchogirl.com) + staple from “Fresh N Fun CD” set (crazycatstudios.com) + brushes from “Fresh Foliage” set by Jason Gaylor (designfruit.com) + filters from “Machine Wash” set by Brian J. Bonislawsky (mistterretro.com) + Generic and Hip Priest fonts + Photoshop (Adobe)
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