this moth was on the outside of a rather dirty window, my initial thoughts were to clone out all the dirt and grime, however, it came in handy for textured layer.



texture, layers, moth


  • rosedew
    rosedewover 4 years ago

    Great image!

  • Thank you rosedew. :)

    – funkymarmalade

  • AndreaFettweis
    AndreaFettweisover 4 years ago

    Perfect, Angi!!! So even dirt can be useful ;-)

  • It can indeed! :) I was embarassed as it was one of my windows! I think the cats had been pressing their noses against the glass, lol. Angi :)

    – funkymarmalade

  • AndreaFettweis
    AndreaFettweisover 4 years ago

    Hihi, I know what you mean!!! When we still had cats they did all these sorts of things, too! ;-)

  • RicAlexander
    RicAlexanderover 4 years ago

    Glad you gave this treatment, Works so well, Fantastic image.

  • Many thanks Ric, I wasn’t to sure about this image, but it’s growing on me ;)

    – funkymarmalade

  • Shannon Paskaruk
    Shannon Paskarukover 4 years ago

    fantastic work!

  • Thank you Shannon :)

    – funkymarmalade

  • Edge-of-dreams
    Edge-of-dreamsover 4 years ago

    Lovely – well done !!

  • Many thanks Edge-of-dreams :)

    – funkymarmalade

  • Greta  McLaughlin
    Greta McLaughlinover 4 years ago

    It worked beautifully!!! Awesome composition!!!

  • Many thanks Greta!! :)

    – funkymarmalade

  • linaji
    linajiabout 3 years ago

    always keep a bit of a dirty window or two!! wonderful abstract feel to this!

  • That’s my excuse anyway! Angi :)

    – funkymarmalade

  • © Kira Bodensted
    © Kira Bodenstedabout 3 years ago



  • Many thanks Kira! Angi :)

    – funkymarmalade

  • Many thanks, Kira! Angi :)

    – funkymarmalade

  • Allison Ashton
    Allison Ashtonabout 3 years ago


  • Thank you so much. Angi :)

    – funkymarmalade

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