Looks TRADITIONAL, but it has a funny little layer of white granules (photo of the highlights of tree fungi) layered in to produce the sugar-like sprinkles. So, with Photoshop... it's digital. Hope that doesn't disappoint to severely! richard
WOW! I've got to admit: You have an amazing grasp of English! Did you live here once...or England? That piece, if you read about it, well, most is TRADITIONAL, but the sugary white specks are from a photo I took of fungi growing on the side of a tree. I just isolated the WHITE, and layered it in....that gave it this sugar-y look. THANKS so much!!! Dick G
No way, José) I've never been to an English-speaking country. Not in this lifetime, at least. My command of the language comes from the humongous amount of American music I listened to as a teenager and working with Americans back in the day.
It rather surprised me too. The sugary feel was added, by blending in a photo I had taken of some tree fungi...I just held onto the highlights and added it as a layer to a watercolor. I was blown! by its effect! THANKS! dick g
Hey, Aini...thanks. Arrived in a Seattle yesterday, visiting our son. Taking lots of shots, a couple of which could be "thinking of Aini" Shots. I'll keep you posted. Glad you like Powdered Sugar Beach Regards: Dick G