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  • #13057

    Cassel
    Keymaster

    Let’s share your projects you made this month.

    #13083

    AprilDawn
    Participant

    I have been spending time learning how to use the Perspective Tools so I can make card templates for my projects.  I have made 3 templates so far. This one below is a 5×7 stand alone card so I can display my card projects a bit better and to show how they would look when printed. As next Sunday is Mother’s Day here in Australia this will be the card I will give my Mum who is now 98 years old. The Rose and Lace Fan on the card was made using a script I purchased. The Ribbon was made using Cassel’s script. The other elements I have made using  a paper I created and textured and used a Rose Brush I made. I am sure there is still more I can do to improve but I am enjoying the process.

    #13084

    AprilDawn
    Participant

    I forgot to mention the wall effect was created with Cassel’s Brick Wall script that i have just purchased. It is a great script.

    Bye for now,

    Dawn.

    #13086

    Cassel
    Keymaster

    Here is the completed layout I created during the live class tonight:

    The video will be available next week (maybe earlier if you are lucky).

    #13090

    Marlene Lingham
    Participant

    Dawn that card is beautiful, I’m sure your Mum will love it.

    #13094

    Sheila Hogg
    Participant

    Lovely Card April, i am sure the recipient will love it.

    Cassel you excel once again and dazzle with your cleverness. Will have a go at this later.

     

    Sheila xx

    #13095

    Cristina Hanlon
    Participant

    What a nice card, April!  I also like the way you chose to display it, using perspective.

    Cassel, I liked very much the Master Class yesterday, showing techniques that I never imagine that existed. I have to watch the video, when it is available, to try to reproduce the layout.

    #13097

    AprilDawn
    Participant

    Thank you Marlene, Sheila and Cristina for your lovely comments, I appreciate your encouragement. Cassel’s Master Classes on Perspective and Shadows are a great help also. The Forum is a great place to encourage one another in our activities and projects using PSP. Look forward to seeing more of your creations also!

     

    #13118

    Marlene Lingham
    Participant

    I downloaded the ICE (Panorama) program Cassel told us about on the blog. I found two photos I thought would rowk and tried them. The program seemed very easy to use for a simple stitch, I have yet to look at all the settings and options, something to fill in a quiet weekend perhaps? I have posted the two original photos and the finished Panorama for everyone to look at.

    #13119

    Cassel
    Keymaster

    You are right, Marlene, the result is pretty good! Thanks for sharing your result!

    #13131

    AprilDawn
    Participant

    What a great job you did of creating a Panorama view of Lake Argyle with those 2 photo’s Marlene!  Thank you for showing it.

    #13229

    A page I did with the 6×6 puzzle script for my aunt: a puzzle lover. Une page avec le script casse-tête 6×6 : pour ma tante, une amoureuse des casse-tête.

    #13230

    Cristina Hanlon
    Participant

    Josée, what a nice page. The effect of this script gives a total different and great look to the layout. I like the notebook pages used as a background and the way you’ve disposed the embellishments and words. Nice work!

    #13245

    AprilDawn
    Participant

    Hello Josee …I have not noticed your name before, so, if you are new to the Forum.. WELCOME!…. and I do apologize for not having your name typed correctly but my keyboard does not do French typing. Your page is really creative and  I am sure your aunt will love it. I have not used Cassel’s puzzle scripts yet however your page layout has inspired me to give it a try.The puzzle photo you have done is really nice.

    #13255

    Sheila Hogg
    Participant

    I have used my discount and bought some more Scripts which are love  thank you Cassel. Anyway, I have been playing with my goodies and made a couple of ribbons and then used the weaving script, changed colours and blended etc just to see what i can create. Anyway, I made a basket from altering a preset shape, used tubes I have made recently and long ago to produce this master piece. TFL.

     

    Sheila x

    #13290

    AprilDawn
    Participant

    Sheila, what a very creative idea. The basket and flowers look great. You must have a nice collection of flower tubes and your colour combination is delightful. Well done!

    Best wishes,

    Dawn

    #13293

    Sheila Hogg
    Participant

    Thank you for your time and comments Dawn. I always try and see an alternative and useful way to use things so when this little idea popped into my head I just played around just to see how it would turn out. The flowers are all my own creations, some vector drawn and coloured whilst the pink daisy types are made using Cassel’s petal font and then shaded like she has shown us. All the petals and middles were quite flat, no bevel used just shading which gives them shape. I find that bit quite magical the way it transforms an object into a dimensional look.

    Sheila xx

     

    #13295

    AprilDawn
    Participant

    Sheila, I find it a real pleasure to view other members creative work and taking time to comment on them. I also will get an idea pop into my head  and usually I have to go and  see what I can do with it. Thanks for sharing how you did the flowers I will have to get Cassel’s Petal font and do some experimenting. It is amazing how we can lift the effect of how flowers will look with just some shading. Look forward to seeing more of your creations.

    Best wishes,

    Dawn

     

    #13301

    Cristina Hanlon
    Participant

    Sheila, it is amazing what you’ve accomplished with preset shape, tubes and above all, great ideas and skill. When we look closely to the image, we realize how many details it has, how many steps were necessary to achieve the final result. Great work!

    #13326

    Sheila Hogg
    Participant

    Thank you Christina. I really appreciate that both you and Dawn have both taken the time to look at my creation and give such lovely comments.

     

     

    Sheila xx

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