My final video in the Quentin Spells series addresses making composite images in Silhouette Studio, and even Quentin is doing a happy dance for this one. I appear to have saved the easiest video until last, so it’s also a shorter process and perhaps another reason to be happy? Thank you for being patient; I have not had enough rest lately (my own fault) and wore myself out and needed a long rest.
Composite Images or Mixing Images Together
When it comes to ideas for using the graphics we download we can find ourselves stumped. I know I am. Suddenly faced with these lovely images I can’t seem to put them together to make one, coherent card, image cluster or scrapbook page. I look at the images as presented by the artist and can’t see past them to make something different myself.
In this video I do something very simple; I exchange a wand for a broomstick and add a potion bottle to Quentin’s hands.
Neither are big changes of themselves, but they give me a different Quentin pose. And there’s nothing wrong with starting small. Learning to make simple changes successfully means I might make more intricate changes to other images in the future.
Quentin Spells – Making Composite Images in Silhouette Studio
- Graphics: The Wise Wizard from The Hungry JPEG
- Fonts: Open Sans.
- Program: Silhouette Studio V4 – Business Edition.