The Rule of Three
The rule ofthree the actual definition it refers to the concept that things that are done in three rather than two or four are inherently more visually pleasing memorable and effective than other numbers of objects there's a lot of theory and you know mystical stuff behind that but it is true we dio gravitate towards three that's why the visual triangle works but we can use the rule of three in different ways than other than the visual triangle so we can do the rule of three and repetition with journal strips so you can break your journaling block up he doesn't have to be one big block of journaling and you can um create some repetition with your journaling blocks you can also create repetition in the rule of three with your titles I was the same word over and over again but I used happy, happy, happy and when it does is it creates emotion because it's so vibrant and crazy it shows that you're happy happy, happy happy so if you have a short one word title it's fun especially if it's so...
mething that is more upbeat too use the rule of threes and duplicated um you can also use the rule of three with your actual layout placement this is obviously one rule of three one two and three it also creates a sort of visual triangle there there um, not completely interchangeable, but a lot of times. The rule of three, if you're using it on bigger objects, like clusters, will create a visual triangle as well, so you can see that you can also use the rule of three. With photos. So here's one, two, three photos. This doesn't create a triangle, so you can see how it uses the rule of three without the triangles, you can see also that I've kind of kept up the rule of three with the the amount of embellishments as well. There's, kind of the same visual wait all the way across, even though they're not the same embellishments.
Learn how to make your layers lovely in Layering in Adobe® Photoshop® for Digital Scrapbookers! Traci Reed will teach you how to assemble papers, photos, and embellishments so your scrapbook pages look professional and polished, not cluttered.
There are so many fun elements to work within digital scrapbooking, but making pages that are pleasing to the eye can be a surprisingly difficult task. In this class, Traci will teach you how to use basic Adobe Photoshop tools to improve the overall look of your layout.
- How to create realistic depth
- Enhancing using the dodge and burn tool
- Designing with lighting effects
In Layering in Adobe Photoshop for Digital Scrapbookers you’ll learn how to layer from the ground up. Traci will show you how to lay the perfect foundation and how to finish it off with advanced final touches like painting and stitching.
For even more advanced scrapbooking tips check out Shadowing in Photoshop for Digital Scrapbookers & Design Layouts in Photoshop.