Give Your Images a Misty Look With This Free Fog Overlay
In the video below, I explain how to use the free overlay, and I also briefly explain how to make your own smoke and fog images using any painting software. Enjoy!
Click the fog image below to open the full size image, then right-click to save it to your computer.
There's nothing better than being able to combine two of my favorite things into one image - AUTUMN and a BALD EAGLE! Watch how I made this one in today's In The Digital Studio Video below.
Take a closer look at the finished art in my store here.
I'm so excited Autumn has finally arrived here in Tennessee! This is the season which inspires me the most - I can work outdoors in comfort, or in the studio with the windows open. It's an amazing time of year, and I can't think of a better way to celebrate my joy for this season than giving you guys a FREE gift. So, please enjoy this glorious texture from a new collection I'm working on called "Studio Play".
Click the image below to access the full size image, and then right click and click "save as" to save it onto your computer. It's a LARGE full size texture file, so it may take a moment to load...be patient...it's worth it! :)
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