If you are doing paper crafts, using square corners is often the easiest way to cut shapes. Adding an even rounding on all corners might be tedious if you did it by hand, but you can use a cutting tool to make the process faster. In digital scrapbooking (or digital crafts), unless you use a preset shape, square corners are also easier. However, there are simple ways to round any shape, and using Paintshop Pro, it is even easier than you think.
Why square corners?
Square corners will often give a sharp look, well defined feeling to a project. Squares and rectangles are simple shapes, with easy lines. If you want to convey a feeling of structure, determination and definition, shapes with sharp corners might be just what you want.
Why rounded corners?
Rounded corners can often give a feel of smoothness and freedom. Elements might look less structured, and might be more suited for happy, jolly and carefree subjects.
How to round sharp corners?
Although you can use a tool like an eraser brush in the shape of the rounded edge, it would still require you to adjust the size of that brush to match the actual shape. And what if you had a corner that was not 90 degrees?
In Paintshop Pro, there is a very simple method to generate perfectly rounded corners on any shape of any size.
How easy what that?
Now, you can add a simple variation to any template or sketch you have and stretch the usability of those resources. Do you want to see other ways you can expand on your supplies? Check out the Stretch-a-Sketch Master Classes bundle for almost 2 hours of ideas and demonstrations.