Recently, I went to the restaurant - Elevation 89 - at our newly remodeled airport - which inspired this layout I worked on this for a week, but it is never going to be more than it is - so I stopped.
I get frustrated when my work looks like it did when I first started scrapping 15 years ago. However, this is a lesson in knowing when to stop...
The 'ribbon' is made by duplicating the airplane silhouette until I had enough for the entire run. BTW - not really happy with that either. Oh well.
The ribbon is a large narrow rectangle of color, with pngs added
To make a straight line of the same item, duplicate the item, position it under the first item and merge the two layers Then duplicate that layer, drag it under the first layer - then merge the layers and you will have four
Then duplicate that layer and drag it under the other one and merge the two layers and you will have eight, etc. (this is much easier than trying to align 10 single layers although the alignment function of the move tool works really well, too)
To keep them in a straight line, hold down the shift key as you drag
This airport is interesting. Way back when, it had commercial flights, but I’m betting, as the planes got larger, the planes outgrew the airport. There are no commercial flights, but you can still rent cars at the airport. Now it’s mainly private planes and horse transport jets. Race Horses travel better than we do. When there’s an auction in town, it’s fun to watch the planes come in.
Horses travel with a trainer and a vet - and probably a groomsman/woman. They have the best space and the best care of any plane passenger. Then again - are you worth a cool million bucks??? or more...