Sinful Sunday Monthly Prompt Dec 2021

It's all about the image

Sinful Sunday Monthly Prompt Dec 2021

The prompt for 5th December 2021 is: Colour Splash

Time to redo another topic. We last did this back in 2014

A colour splash image is when most of the image is in black and white but either a single colour or a single item within the image has been left in colour.

If you are using your phone you can do this in Snapseed using the brush tool to paint certain areas of the image black and white. Here is a really good tutorial (How To Create The Color Splash Effect In Snapseed) to help you if you have not done it before and even if you have watch it because he has some really good tips on how to make it easier and get it really nice a clean

Links to inspiration below if you want to see some examples of colour splash images

Mad Hatter by Little Switch Bitch

Haiku by Knkstriped

Purple by Molly’s Daily Kiss

Butterfly in Blue by Blue Submission

The prompt is published here on the site mid month, which will give people approximately 2 weeks to work on their idea before linking in, on the 1st weekend of the month. The prompt is completely optional and you can link in as normal on that weekend whether you have used the prompt or not. The usual Sinful Sunday rules will, of course, apply. Please make sure you have read them recently so that you are fully aware of what is and is not allowed. As always interpret as you wish, or disregard altogether and do you own thing. Have your post ready to go for Sunday 5th December 2021. Any questions or queries can be posted in the comments below, you can email me [email protected] or tweet me @mollysdailykiss


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