Saturday, February 22, 2014

Jessica’s Teddy

This card is for my granddaughter who turns 6 soon. She is such a pretty little girl with long flowing hair just like Jessica so it is a perfect match!

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I have been wanting to work on my shadows on an images. Why is Jessica's Teddy cut out? Well, I didn't like the way the shadows looked so I cut her out on added pop dots. I decided that if I took pictures at different angles I could get an idea of where the shadows would fall. I laid her on a piece of white paper and took photos from different angles. I thought I would share those with you.


I took this picture standing to the left of the photo. This would be the light shining from the right.

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This picture was taken directly above the image. Notice it casts a smaller shadow but on the left side. This means the light would be coming from the right.

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This picture was taken from the top at an angle. This would be with the light behind the image.

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Scrappin' Playground of Dreams said...

What an adorable card for your granddaughter!!!!
Thank you for the different takes on shadow angles!!! that really is helpful!!
Gorgeous coloring!!

Beth Brovold said...

WOW Stephanie...your colouring is just GORGOEUS!! Thanks for the tips!!! My colouring is always my weak point so I can use such wonderful tips...LOL!!

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