Tagged: Love story challenge - Day 7
February 21, 2020 at 8:36 am #39318Jnet AllardParticipant
Encore une fois toutes les mises en page que je viens de voir sont superbes! Bravo!!!!
Merci Annie, Carole et Shutterpixi de votre commentaire
Bonne journée à tous!February 21, 2020 at 8:43 am #39320Jnet AllardParticipant
Une fois vue ici je me suis aperçu que j’avait oublié le titre de mon texteFebruary 21, 2020 at 9:14 am #39322Gerry LandrethParticipant
Cassel, thank you for the information on kearning/leading. Although there is not much text in this project, I used it as an opportunity to explore that further – this time with a little more patience.
I always learn a great deal from your tutorials, but I am also learning from the works posted by others.
The picture is of my dog, Lynda. She is 12, deaf with failing eyesight and arthritis. She never misses a meal or an opportunity to give kisses.February 21, 2020 at 10:05 am #39323
Annie – Your Day 4 is so pretty! Love the background, and the woman’s eyes staring out by the title are a nice emphasis on your theme. It all works well together. Very nice!February 21, 2020 at 10:08 am #39324
Jnet – You have so many pretty hibiscus! This is another beauty. Very nice work!February 21, 2020 at 10:12 am #39326
My Day 5. I used brushes to make the mask for the center image, which is Hank standing in the pond. I decided to make a round frame around it using the circle option of the ellipse preset shape. Then I duplicated it and adjusted the size of the duplicate so that I ended up with two nested frames. For the other images, I used Lismibaebi’s lbm15 mask. The rope is a tube I made from a photo I took of Hank’s rope, one of many that we made for him to play with. The background was done by applying Mura’s Meister Cloud plugin followed by a gaussian blur. The font is Bell MT.February 21, 2020 at 10:41 am #39329
Fun to learn stuff while I am hiding out from the snow down here in Florida. I found this one a little easier – getting to utilize what was day 4 – plus additions. I can plainly tell I am going to have to buy a few scrap sets to get up and going with embellishments, etc. Is there a secret to great clarity with resizing down to 600? If so, I need to know it. LOLFebruary 21, 2020 at 10:51 am #39330
Day 5 of the Challenge. Here it is Carole! Your ribbon, dangled over the frame, tilting the frame. Just as I had imagined. I featured one of the many Great Horned Owls that call Saskatchewan home all year round. I used a feather brush on the bottom photo, and a round brush on the enlarged face of the owl. There’s a tutorial for the text circle in the lab. I don’t refer to it any more as I love creating them. Same goes for the word sticker. A little bit of trivia for you. To wit! To woo! dates back to Shakespeare’s play Love’s Labours Lost, in the 1590s. And of course I’m sure everyone had heard the ‘A wise old owl’ nursery rhyme.
I thank all of you for your very kind comments on my projects, it’s always much appreciated. When I create anything for anyone, they always like what I’ve done, but have no idea of the work that is involved, or the hours over time of learning the program to utilize what it is capable of doing. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed scrolling through the pages each day, viewing beautifully created projects. Each and every one is unique. Congratulations to the newbies that have persevered.February 21, 2020 at 11:02 am #39333
Here’s another one for day 5 of the challenge. In this one I used the round brush to create the main mask. I chose a brush, using the vector paint script I created a decorative circle. With the decorative circle white and the background black, I created a mask. Using a duplicate photo of the sparrow, I used the mask. Merged the group, and copied and paste it to the masked sparrow. Copy merged to the new page. This is my way of doing it, perhaps Carole has an easier better way. I can’t go through a whole challenge without using, at least once, Cassel’s corner punches. Text on a curve.February 21, 2020 at 11:50 am #39336
Trying things a little on the darker side. Just exploring with what we’ve learned. But I really need to go get some work done. Too easy to sit here and play.February 21, 2020 at 11:56 am #39337
It is a joy to come here and see all the beautiful and lovely work posted here! Different techniques, styles, lots of details, it is an inspiration for me.
Thank you, Carole, Annie, and Shutterpixi for your comments! <3
Carole, this is a Snow Edge Frame, and it is a freebie from Palvinka’s “Winter Beauty” kit.February 21, 2020 at 12:06 pm #39339
Here is my Day 4
I used some papers from “PBS Escale Amoureuse Clin doeil PP2″ kit. I created the mask with different brushes and added the text.February 21, 2020 at 12:20 pm #39342
Credits: Background paper “PBS-Escale Amoureuse-Clin doeil – PP2” – Painted Love Heart “Palvinka” – Tag with String “Janet Scott-Pixel Scrapper” – Sun6 clipart “Corel”.
I did the “Beach-Family-Fun” Word Sticker following the Lab9-Module 5 tutorial and the kaleidoscope backgroundFebruary 21, 2020 at 12:53 pm #39344LydiaParticipant
Day 5 : no stars used in the masker layer.
The star is another granddaughter.
I have used masker-layers put some layers together, again new masker-layers and so on.
Sue: your beautifull work with the owls …
Learning PSP (or other programs) for beginners we have a saying:
Iedere wijze uil was ooit een uilskuiken!
Each wise owl was in the beginning a ???
Others: thanks for sharing the name of the fonts. Realy like the handwriting fonts like ‘Sophistica’
February 21, 2020 at 1:08 pm #39346
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Cristina, I love what you did with the background papers, and the word sticker is awesome! Carole has a quite a selection of text tutorial, and I love them all.
Lydia, thank you! You have created a beautiful page to showcase your granddaughter. The wise owl appears to be renowned around the world. 🙂 What a lovely saying. Owls are one of my favourite birds. I love observing and photographing them, and searching under trees that I know they have roosted in, in search of their regurgitated pellets. To see what they have been dining on.February 21, 2020 at 1:29 pm #39349
Thank you, Sue! You are right, Carole has so many amazing tutorials, that we don’t know where to start… I love your layouts, frames, photos… But after all these years, you already know that I am a big fan of your work!February 21, 2020 at 5:34 pm #39352Peggy JentoftParticipant
I still have not figured out how to use two masks on the same image yet background is made from one of my kalidiscope-mandala overlain on a more abstract pattern made from the same image, the dragon was an old mask I had but I ended up pasting a glitter paper into the selected image rather than using it as a mask,. the mask I made with a brush of a semi abstract rose/cloud I had made and used the same brush for the cloud “frame” grandson with me in the photo he is 11 now and going on TALL.February 21, 2020 at 6:00 pm #39354Leslie Gifford CookParticipant
Well here is Day 5. A little plain because I’m at the cottage and working on a single, laptop screen, rather than my big monitor on the desk, but I think I’ve tried all the new tricks. Now to try the text on a curve. Thanks to Sue and Cassel for the instructions.February 21, 2020 at 6:04 pm #39356February 21, 2020 at 6:09 pm #39357
Cristina, as I am of your work too, thank you very much. xFebruary 21, 2020 at 8:11 pm #39368AprilDawnParticipant
hello Everyone participating in this love story challenge…. have been spending time viewing all your lovely projects and would just like to say to you all.. well done on creating such creative pages!
Dawn.February 21, 2020 at 8:16 pm #39371Gerry LandrethParticipant
I ran out of creative steam working on this one. It’s not what I had in mind but I’m really not sure what I did have in mind.
I worked with the kaleidoscope function which was interesting. I look forward to exploring that a bit more.
These are my great-nephews from 2016. The moment of tranquility lasted a nanosecond.
It always reminds me of Debussy’s “Reflets dans l’eau.” As a pianist who spent a great deal of time studying his work and this piece is special to me.February 21, 2020 at 8:49 pm #39375
I really love this page Minka, the colors are divine, well done Hon.February 21, 2020 at 8:53 pm #39376
Jnet, your hibiscus are beautifully displayed. Well done my friend.February 21, 2020 at 8:59 pm #39377
Cristina, your day 4 and 5 are a delight. You have created fun pages this time around from day 1. Your pages are putting a smile in my day. Well done my friend. <3February 21, 2020 at 9:01 pm #39378
Lydia, your little star is a real cutie. Your page has come together very well Hon.February 21, 2020 at 9:06 pm #39379
Leslie, you are most definitely getting the hang of it all. I like the simplicity of this page as simplicity is very effective.February 21, 2020 at 9:08 pm #39380
Oh yeah! Very effective Minka. Fab mask, I love it.February 21, 2020 at 9:13 pm #39381
Gerry, you have created a heartfelt page here. A moment in time captured forever and lovingly displayed. Well done.February 21, 2020 at 9:17 pm #39382
If I have left anyone out, my apologies. I am loving all that I see here from the simplest to the most complex. All of you are exercising your creative potential and that is all we can ask of ourselves is it not? ;D
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