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  • #72972
    Sue Thomas
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    • 1432
    • Superfan

    So many wonderful inspiring creative pages.

    #72973
    Sue Thomas
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    • 1432
    • Superfan

    Susan, the brush tool is the tool to use, to create or edit a mask. You would have downloaded the watercolour brushes to create a mask. Then there are the decorative brushes to add patterns, swirls etc. The black paint brush will block and white will reveal your image. So yes, the paint brush has been the go to tool, throughout this mask challenge.

    #72974
    Christiane
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    • Rookie

    Monique, I’m glad there’s another Outlander Fan here. You’re picture is amazing. 😀

    #72975
    Ann Seeber
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    • Superfan

    I took the quiz and got 10/10! I am proud of myself, even though at least one was a guess! 😉

    #72976
    Christiane
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    • 49
    • Rookie

    #72972 – Carol, thanks for your lead. I’ll rewatch your lesson, so hopefully I find a way to create my own linoleum.

    #72977
    Christiane
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    • Rookie

    #72944 Linda, did the file have the rigth ending. It mus end with .pspbrush maybe this was the reason you couln’t find your brush.

    #72979
    Lynda DiGregor
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    • Superfan

    To give you more perspective on the giant cow. It seems bigger in the other photo especially with the mountains behind it.

    I’m a sucker for a quiz- 10 out 0f 10

    Lynda

    #72981
    Sue Thomas
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    • Superfan

    I too took the pop quiz this morning. I’m pleased to announce I got 10 out of 10.👍

    #72987
    MoniqueN.
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    Christiane #72974, Counting the days to the start of Season 6 of Outlander, just a few days to go 🙂

    #72989
    Christiane
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    • Rookie

    I’m desperate. I try to solve Day 1 and I create the background picture within the mask. But which mask shall I use to get my picture in the first frame? Photo 1 or the french named mask? *arrrghhh*

    #72990
    Hank Sobah
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    • 37
    • Rookie

    I wanted to revisit some of the things done in the Day 7 workshop, trying stuff a little differently – more like what Cassie did.  Here is the result.

    #72991
    Sue Thomas
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    • 1432
    • Superfan

    Christiane, if you want to choose the mask on the right, which is on its own. Using the mouse click on the layers until you have selected that dark grey box. Then you will be able to convert it to a mask by following the written instructions or by watching the video. Once you are ready to go onto the next one, simply repeating, by clicking the layers until you choose the layer you want. Once you have chosen the correct layer, the pick tool will select the box you want. I think that is what you want to know.

    #72992
    MoniqueN.
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    Louyse, what a wonderful bright orange lay out!

    #72995
    fiona cook
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    I love what Julie has said particularly about Sue’s advice and Susan also (like me) taking up the suggestion of practice makes perfect; reworking a technique until the method sticks! Thank you Mary for the compliment on my last design. Got there in the end. As there are a few of us cat lovers in the group I practiced today making an image from one of the masks supplied in the tutorials to create this picture of Connie Cat. Feel slightly more confident now. I am now going over all the lessons like a revision. Thought you had gone a bit uncharacteristically quiet Carole in the last days. Thank you for your summaries.

    #72997
    Marie-Claire
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    • 227
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    Hello !

    I’m a little behind. I fell hard against the ground on Saturday, and I had to recover a bit from it for a few days. I’m more or less okay now.
    This is day 4.
    A photo from 2011. The balloon ride was a birthday present for my husband.

    The text is a font of FontBundles – Hello Summer – font, and I’m using Carole’s ShapedText script. The background is from DigitalScrapbook (PixelScrapper)

    #72998
    Sue Thomas
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    • Superfan

    Just to let you know that I have posted the decorative framed mask I  created and used  in day seven’s page.  You will find the file, in the file section in the Scrapbooking with PSP Facebook page.  I’m unable to post files in the forum.

    #72999
    Christiane
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    • 49
    • Rookie

    Where do you live, Monique?

    I don’t know when it will be aired in Germany. 😩

    #73000
    Corrie Kinkel
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    I too did the quiz and I’m proud  10/10, without having to guess! And Carole I’m certain there will be more workshops to enjoy, but this one is a favourite of mine.

    #73002
    Christiane
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    #72880 Thanks, Ann.

    I was a bit confused because Carole shows her script. I thought: Where did she get that script?

    Thanks for your lead.

    #73003
    MoniqueN.
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    Christiane #72999 I live in the Netherlands. 🙂

    #73005
    MoniqueN.
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    I used the extra’s again………..

    This is a Dutch heritage project, the lino I made last year in the Love story challenge (now mask challenge), but could use it perfectly now. Instead of a photo, I used it as background in this psp file.

    Doing this mask challenge I remember how much fun it was to make masks, so I probably will do more………..

    #73008
    Julie Magerka
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    • Junior

    Ok, had some time, got started on Lesson 4 Masks. I can do the brushing and so on, but when I add background fill (trying some colours), I still see the transparent checkerboard pattern. What am I NOT doing or doing incorrectly? Gr-r-r-r!

     

    #73009
    Sue Thomas
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    • Superfan

    Julie, unclick  ‘use all layers’, and then you will able to flood fill  the whole layer.

     

    #73011
    Julie Magerka
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    • 78
    • Junior

    Oh, that worked. Such a small, simple thing and yet it had me in a flap! Thanks again, Sue.

    #73012
    Louyse Toupin
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    • Rookie

    Here is my page for Lesson 7

    You and Me

    Lesson 7

    Thank you very much Carol for these useful and fun lessons.

    #73015
    Julie Magerka
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    • 78
    • Junior

    After Sue Thomas helped me, I was able to finish Lesson 4 (Masks). I wanted something sweet and not political to counterbalance the everyday horror that is the news. I love owls. This is a photo from the ‘net. (This was so much easier than converting to a mask as happened in the first 3 lessons! I think I like it!)

    #73018
    Linda J Walker
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    • 118
    • Junior

    Day 5 – My husband was talking about this photo last week, so I decided to find it for him. Since I found it and scanned it, figured I may as well use it for day 5.

    10/10 on the pop quiz! I thought I would wait until I finished all the lessons, but changed my mind.

    #73020
    Joyce Nease
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    • 30
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    Louyse Toupin (#73012)

    Another beautiful page, Louyse!  I have learned a lot just enjoying your work, the colors, the elements used, the layering used!  Beautiful!

    Joyce Nease

    #73021
    Sue Thomas
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    • 1432
    • Superfan

    Julie,  well done,  you did a great job.  I  love Owls too, I’m fortunate to have a pair out in the trees, that I shoot frequently.  They also hoot the  night away. 

    #73041
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2196
    • Superfan

    Euka, (#72956) thank you for pointing out that filter. I don’t usually use them, and although I have a loooong list of them from my earlier days using PSP, I have never reinstalled them over the years.

    Mary, (#72963) isn’t that incredible how a simple polkadot technique can yield such a different result? Great work. As for the quiz, yes, you can if you merge the group, but then, it is no longer a group! 🙂

    Anita, (#72967) that is a very delicate page for an adorable furry friend.

    Monique, (#72971) accidents can be good, right? (#73005) So you are keeping all those papers year after year?

    Christiane, (#72977) brushes come with two files: one ending in .pspbrush, so that one is obvious, but the other one ends in .pspscript. That last one is often confusing, because it is NOT a script, but part of a brush “pair”. You would identify it because it will start with BrushTip_

    Lynda, (#72979) yeah, that gives perspective. I have to say that I assumed that the trees were maybe 10 feet, but I guess they are smaller than that.

    Hank, (#72990) I can see you tried to do the scallops, but is it possible that you were doing it on a different layer?

    Fiona, (#72995) if I ever go off the grid, some people will notice in the forum 🙂  I am glad you are feeling more confident with masks.

    Marie-Claire, (#72997) I hope you didn’t break anything in your fall. Take it easy.

    Corrie, (#73000) of course there will be more. You know me by now!

    Julie, (#73008) Sue beat me by just a few minutes. The Fill tool can be finicky at times. If the Use all Layers is checked, you will have very odd results.

    Louyse, (#73012) you are definitely having fun, it seems! Glad you enjoyed it.

    Linda, (#73018) that is definitely a great photo to showcase!

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