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Waves Of Change - Color: Saturated


Waves Of Change - Color: Saturated

Waves of Change by Jett Hampton | Supplies: Pattern Paper: Bella Blvd, DCWV, Papertrey Ink; Cardstock: American Crafts, Paper Studio; Wood Veneer: Studio Calico; Font: DIN Condensed and Brush Script; Paint: Royal Langnickel Gouache; Silhouette to cut title and frame.
 
 
1.            1. What is the story on this page in one sentence?
 
During the Anna Aspnes Interview for Photo Play, we spoke about difficult times and how including pages about those times is ok which led me to create this page.  I came across the quote and it resonated with me because of the many unexpected changes I’ve been facing.  I decided to pair it with a photo I captured at the beach of a wave crashing against the rocks and put it on a layout as a reminder that things will get better.
 
 
2. What saturated colors have you used? Why this combo
3. What non-saturated colors or neutrals have you use?
            How does the use of saturated color work well for this story
 
I chose to work with navy blue and reds.  The blue represented the darkness of feeling lost and of the peace once things calm down.  I thought adding red created tension and a feeling of chaos.  I added white, kraft and light blue as neutrals to soften the layout and bring a sense of peace.  I also used Tami Taylor’s sketch from Photo Play as my inspiration. 
 



    Gorgeous photo...The red banner strip is perfect for showcasing your title.

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