November 15, 2016 at 6:01 pm #11432
Hello Kenny and Welcome to the Forum…… I hope you find enjoyment in learning from Cassel’s teaching as I have. I live in Australia and also enjoy card making. I use PSP to design my cards to print out and also send a greeting via email.
best wishes to you and bye for now,
AprilDawnNovember 18, 2016 at 7:34 pm #11438Paige
My name is Paige and I’m from Utah, USA. I have been using PSP since around the year 2000, when it was still Jasc. I only used it to play with and print name tags and award certificates for a project where I was employed way back then. In about 2004 I became interested in Poser and DAZ. I’m not much of an artist and certainly cannot draw or paint, so the digital world was fascinating to me. I quickly became hooked on texturing the 3D models and trying to find the most realistic ways to create the skins for “human” models. I also loved texturing the clothes in the most realistic way I could. It was always very difficult to find tutorials or help using PSP for those things, but I endured. 🙂 I wanted to switch to the BIGGER program, but I’ve just always loved PSP and was more familiar with its abilities and functions (or so I thought). A few years later I lost interest in all of it. My kids were in high school and needed me for all kinds of things and I didn’t have much time to give to it anymore. I’ve been gone from the digital arts for about 9 years
Fast forward to 2015. I missed a few upgrades of PSP, but have caught up with X7, X8, and just recently purchased X9. I fell soooo behind in all the software for Poser and DAZ. I’ve become fond of the scrapbook world, although I’ve never been a scrapbooker. I found Cassell’s store and got SO excited with all those scripts. I’ve bought quite a few. 🙂 That’s how I found the Scrapbook Campus. After watching a couple of the intro tutorials, I was hooked. I got my membership recently and am so excited about all the information here. I thought I was pretty well versed in PSP, but boy was I wrong. I’ve followed along with the tutorials and am amazed how much I really didn’t think about in using PSP. I’m still wanting to get back into the 3D texturing, but the scrapbook thing is also very interesting. Catching up on everything is slow, but coming along. So, here I am. 🙂
I’ve attached the first and only scrapbook page I’ve ever done (so far), which was a couple weeks ago. I used a couple of Cassell’s scripts to make some of it, but am now working on how to do the same things myself, without a script. It has been so much fun! Can’t wait to get deeper into all the PSP things and learning as much as I can. The Scrapbook Campus is awesome!November 18, 2016 at 8:20 pm #11439
Welcome to the Campus. I am really happy to read that you enjoy what you found in the Campus (and the store) and are learning more things about PSP. I really thrive when I hear someone finds my content useful in their life and in their projects. It is a joy for me to create that content and share my knowledge, but even more when it also brings joy to others!
You first layout is great! I actually recognize the few scripts/tutorials! Keep them coming 🙂
CasselNovember 18, 2016 at 8:40 pm #11440Jan WilsonParticipant
Hi Paige, you have found a great place to hang out. I also use Poser (PoserPro 2014) and I love to dabble at making my own textures for Poser clothes or props.
I discovered Paintshop Pro. However I found X8 too buggy and it crashed my computer too much so upgraded to 9 and have been learning all the wonderful things it can do. I am not a scrapbooker myself, but have learned heaps here at the Campus from our wonderful teacher Cassel.
I love photography also, so it is great in that aspect. Welcome. I like your layout too, cute doggies.November 19, 2016 at 6:51 am #11441eileen deliotParticipant
welcome here page. I’m sure you will learn a lot with the tutorials, I just love them and Cassel really learnd me so much with those. Me too I have lots of scripts from the store, but I also like to try and make those elements alone without using the scripts. The tutorials are great for that.
Like your layout.January 18, 2017 at 5:24 am #11979Daisy simpson
January 18, 2017 at 5:25 am #11980Daisy simpson
Hello, I am Daisy Simpson, a university professor,and I like to believe that I’m a very good professional freelance writer.I dedicated my life to writing and charity.Now I work as editor at dissertation writing services.June 28, 2017 at 1:09 pm #13686Anja PelzerParticipant
I want to say Hi to all of you ,
my name is Anja . in the web my name is Ayla, I live in Germany with my Son Kai, in a town – Aachen near the Netherlands and Belgium
I love to scrap my photos and love challenges, I create templates for scrapbooking and minikits
the programs I used are Photoimpact 10 and X3, and old version of Photoshop CS2.
a few years ago I had PSPx1 and tried a german online kurs in an german forum. but my Pc crashed.
Now last week I bought PSPX9 and try to work with it, I bought some script from Cassel and try around with them
I am not good in english videos because it is hard for me to follow the words – translate and following the mouse to the menues.
I am more comfortable with written tutorials and some screens , so I can look to it and find all in my german version of psp with a little help from the screens and translator.
here are some of my works with PSCS2 and photoimpactJune 28, 2017 at 1:26 pm #13687
Glad to see you Ayla and welcome to the Campus. Just about all the video tutorials in the Campus have matching written documents to help. Some classes have guidebooks over 50 pages long, full of images to help. In the mean time ask away if you have any PSP question!June 28, 2017 at 4:11 pm #13691Anja PelzerParticipant
I followed the video from first lesson and used HSA – Snowdrops
to make this layoutJune 28, 2017 at 10:15 pm #13692
Hello Anja and welcome! your projects are really lovely and will look forward to seeing more of what you create.
best wishes to you,
Dawn.June 29, 2017 at 3:40 pm #13695CristinaParticipant
Hi, Anja, welcome!
I really like your designs, beautiful colors and very creative! Here in the Campus you will have the opportunity to learn PSP a lot with the help of Cassel’s classes. Like Dawn said, looking forward to seeing more of your layouts.July 4, 2017 at 7:02 pm #13772Sharon MurrayParticipant
Hi! I guess I should introduce myself finally! My name is Sharon and I live in North Carolina. I joined the campus some time ago and though I read the newsletters and visit the Campus from time to time, I don’t think I’ve ever posted here! I don’t do scrapbooking (digital or otherwise) but I love making my own elements for scrapkits that I make myself and I love using scripts. I use PSP X9. I remember starting out on version 6 and version 9 was my all-time favorite! I also have PhotoImpact and Photoshop but PSP is my preferred graphics program. I have seen so many useful tutorials, tips and tricks here and I can see that Cassel really knows her stuff! For as long as I’ve been using PSP, there’s still so much I do not know.
Thank you, Cassel for shaing all of your knowledge! Looking forward to learning more.July 4, 2017 at 7:10 pm #13773
Nice to see you in the forum! You will see how friendly this community is. And if you are not scrapbooking, you are in good company because several members also use their PSP for other types of projects than scrapbooking (but making kits is quite close to scrapbooking! 😉 )July 4, 2017 at 7:52 pm #13775
Hello Sharon and WELCOME! to the forum. I am sure everyone would enjoy seeing the elements you create with PSP.July 5, 2017 at 2:29 am #13785CristinaParticipant
Hi, Sharon! Like Dawn said, we would like very much to see the elements you created.
Welcome!July 5, 2017 at 11:31 pm #13809Sharon MurrayParticipant
Thank you all for the welcome! 🙂March 13, 2018 at 9:44 am #17872DeLoris MusickParticipant
My grandson Danny went with his Mom and aunt to COSI. It is a science museum in Columbus, Ohio. Here one of his pages I just finished for my 2018 family book. I used Kimeric Kreations “She Drew Inside The Lines” and grabbed a DaVinci drawing of wings for the backfround. I gave it a soft light overlay so the paper could show through.
DeLorisMarch 13, 2018 at 9:50 am #17873
DeLoris, you might want to post this in the What are you working on (in March)? thread instead of this one?April 24, 2018 at 4:02 pm #18398bina greeneParticipant
This is such an incredible universe here… so much to discover…. wonderfulApril 24, 2018 at 4:50 pm #18399
Hi Bina, we have built a cool universe here, with everyone around. Make yourself comfortable!November 28, 2018 at 5:01 pm #22902Irene van DamParticipant
Hello everyone, my name is Irene/Tigress from the Netherlands. I live near the border to Germany in the east part of the country. Together with my husband and 3 cats. We have a wonderful son, who lives in London with his family, so we do not see our grandchildren often. Fortunately we can app and see them via life view.
My main passion is photography and I ‘shoot’ about anything. Love to go to zoos and events. Or cross around on my scootmobile and explore the nature. I love psp and almost always try to squeeze one of my photos in it.
I had serious heart surgeries and a stroke, about 13 years ago. At home I can do everything but due to atrial fibrillation I have troubles walking and a bad condition. But – hey- I’m alive and inhale every heartbeat with all the positivity that is in my 66 year young body 😉December 5, 2018 at 9:33 am #22983HelenParticipant
Welcome Irene, I am from the east coast of Canada, New Brunswick. I have three children (2 boys and a girl) and three handsome grandsons, who live in the same city as I do. I have been using PSP (Paint Shop Pro) off and on for it seems like forever but I am still learning and promise I will never stop. I have only really started learning to use it for scrapbooking, and like you I have used it for my photos.
I am using Paint Shop Pro 2019, learning as I go along. The Campus has many, many tutorials and Carole is an awesome instructor. She is always there when needed.
I am a Diamond member which gives me all kinds of information and videos for learning Paint Shop Pro (PSP 2019) or which ever Paint Shop Pro version that you may have. So glad to meet you, and again WELCOME to the group.December 6, 2018 at 2:49 pm #22995Irene van DamParticipant
Thank you for your welcome. How great that you have your (grand-)children around. I see them just a few times per year. But my son is happy in London and has a great job that he likes very much. So when he is, so am I 😉
I mostly work in PSP X7 as I had problems with some plugins in other versions.2018 is on my pc and perhaps I must give it a better try, but the old one is so convenient LOL.
I am not familiar with the campus and have no idea about the memberships
Greetz and thanks again
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