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  • #27863
    Annie Tobin
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    • 1747
    • Superfan

    Good result Michele. I hear what you are saying though … just a tad addictive, lol! <3

    #27868
    Lee
    Participant
    • 17
    • Rookie

    Here is my complete project through Day 3.

    #27869
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 1285
    • Superfan

    Alicia, did you keep the tile with a transparent background? If so, if it is filling the page on its own layer you might simply want to change the color of the lines to something darker so it will contrast more? If you still have the tile with the vector lines, you can also increase the thickness of the lines. See if that helps.

    #27870
    shutterpixi
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    • 517
    • Enthusiast

    Alicia Garbelman – A simple thing you can do is duplicate the pattern layer.  That should intensify it some.  Then play with the blend modes on the duplicate layer and see if one gets you a result that is a little more bold.  If you find something you like, you can then merge down to get the two layers combined and you’ll be back to just one layer.  Hope this helps.

    #27871
    shutterpixi
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    • 517
    • Enthusiast

    Sorry, Cassel!  We must have been typing around the same time, so I didn’t see your response.

    #27875
    Shannon Cooper
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    • 23
    • Rookie
    #27877
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 1747
    • Superfan

    Hi Everyone.  My result to date.  thanks for takin a peek.  Great results everyone!

    #27880
    Marie McGrath
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    • 5
    • Rookie

    Well am exhausted – Blue Screen of Death to content with but my laptop was very ladylike and well behaved & we restored pre last windows update.    Have done the paper for 4th different time.   Still not happy with how it is all hanging together with the greys which I like the fire looks too bright.   Button was a lot of noise and trying out every other thing I could.    Am really impressed with all the different interpretations and am learning so much and getting ideas for all of you too.  Thanks Cassell and everybody.

    #27882
    Lynda DiGregor
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    #27883
    Lynda DiGregor
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    • 361
    • Enthusiast

    Marie McGrath

    I think your fire is very dramatic looking which in this case should be. It also looks like the fire is reflecting off the frame. I like it. I also like your background. What did you use for it.

    Lynda DiGregor

    #27885
    Michele
    Participant
    • 853
    • Superfan

    Here’s my Day 2 with Day 3 added to it. The painted wood didn’t work for my project so I did it a little differently. I don’t know where this challenge is leading us, but I’ll happily follow.

    ~ Michele

    #27887
    Jnet Allard
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    • 108
    • Junior

    Très intéressant tout ce que j’apprends et tout ce que je vois ici

     

    #27892
    Sharon Wilke
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    • 140
    • Junior

    Here’s my Day 4 progress! I really had fun with this. Jnet I love yours! I wanted to do a painted wood but I couldn’t figure out how to do it. I need to watch the tutorial again.

    #27896
    Deana Davis
    Participant
    • 14
    • Rookie

    I am getting started a bit late this week.  Seems like things kept coming up.

    Here are 3 different colors of the same paper I made.  This was fun..endless possibilities.  I made mine smaller (1000×1000) because I Plan to use these for tagging and only need no more than 700×700.

    Thank you Cassel for expanding our horizons.

     

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by Deana Davis.
    #27898
    Deana Davis
    Participant
    • 14
    • Rookie

    I love your work Sharon!  Well done

    #27900
    Teri Cleaveland
    Participant
    • 72
    • Junior

    Day 4:

    With my short memory, I had to set up each of the letters at the same time and with each step, I’d listen to the instructions and then I went in and did that step to each letter.
    I don’t like the little Tucker tag. Could get the paint right on it

    #27904
    shutterpixi
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    • 517
    • Enthusiast

    Day 4 with wood tiles added and a different background color.   I saved the first wood tile after adding the letter but before adding the outer bevel, and used that as a starting point for all subsequent tiles to reduce the amount of rework (I left the previous letter in place but lowered the opacity of that layer to help in placement of each new letter, then deleted the previous letter layer).

    #27906
    Teri Cleaveland
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    • 72
    • Junior

    Day 5:

    I tried to duplicate the design in the paper as much as I could. I also tried to “match” the doily color to my palette.

    #27912
    Sharon Wilke
    Participant
    • 140
    • Junior

    Teri your doily looks fantastic! I didn’t have much luck with the doily test. I could create the pattern but I got lost in the layers and selections. I did manage to create a lacy looking circle. I tried twice but I’m no closer than I was. My mule and rooster said they didn’t mind so it’s not a total loss. Here’s an example of what I did create.

    #27915
    Jnet Allard
    Participant
    • 108
    • Junior

    J’ai aimé faire la dentelle.   Certains points chevauchaient d’autres (ceux sur les lignes).  Peux-tu me dire Carole, ce qu’il faut faire pour qu’il n’y ait pas de chevauchement.  J’ai aussi aimé faire les lettres.  Je me suis aperçue trop tard que mon chiffre pour les points étaient trop bas.

    #27916
    Jnet Allard
    Participant
    • 108
    • Junior

    <span style=”vertical-align: inherit;”><span style=”vertical-align: inherit;”>Carole, j’ai perdu des mots dans mon message … ce qu’il faut faire …… trop tard que mes chiffres étaient trop bas</span></span>

    Pourquoi je perds des mots lorsque je clique sur soumettre?

     

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by Jnet Allard.
    #27919
    Sheila Hogg
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    • 388
    • Enthusiast

    My day 4 and 5. I changed the background colour using a blend mode. The font is by 2peas-champagne and the sentiment by Stella Payton. TFL.

     

    Sheila x

    #27920
    Cristina
    Participant
    • 1025
    • Superfan

    Hi Everyone,

    You all are making amazing and creative layouts! It is very inspiring… I am working on my page and will try to upload it today.

    #27922
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 1747
    • Superfan

    I had another look at your result tonight Sharon and I have to say I really like it.  I give you 10 out of 10!  <3

    #27924
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 1747
    • Superfan

    Hello Scrapbook Campers.  This is my result so far.  This doily would not be applicable for other work but it fits the bill here so I am happy enough with that.  Thanks for takin a peek.  Great work coming through, keep up the good work campers!  <3

    #27927
    shutterpixi
    Participant
    • 517
    • Enthusiast

    Day 5 – I made a doily, but it didn’t really fit with my “Wild” theme, so I flood filled it with a pattern of a lizard (close-up) from a picture I took of one on our porch.  Not sure if the doily will stay in my challenge image, but included it for now.   I’ve also shown what my doily looks like without the lizard.

    Enjoy seeing everyone’s posts!

    #27928
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 1285
    • Superfan

    Deana, with those three versions, you can see how versatile a single tile can be! You can change the scale, change the color, even change the angle!

    Teri, if you want the picture of Tucker to be “painted” on, you can use that layer instead of a paint layer so that once you have created the “scratches” (in black and white), you can delete parts of that picture. Of course, you need to make sure not to remove too much.

    Sharon, is it possible you forgot to invert the selection to create your doily? It looks like you kept the holes instead of the paper. Very nice design though. Use those holes and add a paper.

    Jnet, il faut éviter de toucher la ligne de démarcation pour que les trous ne se chevauchent pas. Si tu touches la ligne, il faut que ce soit bien centré et avec une forme symmétrique (comme un cercle). (Et aucune idée pourquoi des mots se perdent; peux-tu juste éditer le post quand tu remarques cela?)

    Translation: in order to avoid any overlapping of the designs in the doilies, you have to make sure you don’t touch the lines when you create the design. If you need or want to touch the line, it has to be with a symmetrical shape (like a circle) and perfectly centered on it.

    Shutterpixi, maybe the initial doily could be colorized in a green tint to blend in too? If it is a solid color, the details will show up more than with a pattern.

     

     

    #27929
    Rhonda
    Participant
    • 23
    • Rookie

    Hi Cassel! Nice to be with y’all again! I know I may have registered late, but I am missing the first day’s email. The lesson looks interesting from checking out the forum. If it’s not too much trouble could you send that email to me again? I would appreciate it.

    #27931
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 1285
    • Superfan

    Rhonda, you will get the links to all the days in the last email as a summary, so don’t worry, it will be tomorrow!

    #27938
    Jnet Allard
    Participant
    • 108
    • Junior

    Merci Carole

     

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