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  • #71998
    Anonymous
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    Hi Cassel, I tripped across your message on Facebook yesterday and signed up for this workshop.  I am looking forward to seeing what I can do and what others do.  I’m not into scrapbooks per se, but I’ve been using Paint Shop Pro for many years now.  I started with Jasc’s PSP7 and moved on with Corel’s PSP.  I haven’t done masking since I started with PSP7 so I’m looking forward to a refresher workshop on this.

    #71999
    MoniqueN.
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    I could do with  freshing up…..last year was fun to do, but if you don’t use it regularly I forget how to do it…….

    #72003
    Lyn Lou
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    Rene;  Try re-installing PSP to see if that works. I found I had to do that for mine when it stopped opening up.

     

    I’m here.  I am a scrap booker and love using mask. I read Carole’s introduction and saw some interesting new techniques I would like to try with the backgrounds.
    ( I have a busy week, but looking forward to doing this too)

    • This reply was modified 7 months ago by Lyn Lou.
    #72009
    Nel Kempers
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    goedemiddag,

    de link om het sjabloon van LouLou te downloaden werkt niet 🙁  kan het dat ik iets fout doe ?

    groetjes, Nel

    #72010
    Rene Marker
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    Lyn Lou

    PSP isn’t the problem. The last 4 times the computer shut down on its own I didn’t even have the program open. I’m now thinking that my power supply is going bad. IT guy is stopping by later today. I’ve actually been having problems with it since October and when I look back, this computer has had issues from Day 1. Now to figure out if it should be fixed or just get a new one.

    #72011
    Sharon Cope Carriere
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    Hi Cassel,  I thought I had signed up for this Workshop last week but I do not see my name in the list. How do I reregister? I definitely want to do the workshop. Thank you for your help.

    Sharon Cope Carriere

    #72012
    Ann Seeber
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    • Superfan

    Nel, I had the same problem. It wanted to put it in Dropbox but my Dropbox is inactive. I asked Carole for help.

    #72014
    Sherie Dracup
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    Hi everyone.  Just went through the first lesson, and here is my pic.  Used the Mad Dog font, I had downloaded for free sometime ago.

     

    #72027
    Cassel
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    To all, it seems like Loulou’s template was not supposed to be on that page. It is not even a template used for this workshop. Just ignore it. I have removed it from the page now. Sorry for the confusion.

    #72028
    Hank Sobah
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    Here is my Day 1 Masks project.  I’d like to see a lesson that starts us by creating our own templates like Alinamaria’s.

    Self promo

    • This reply was modified 7 months ago by Hank Sobah.
    #72030
    Louyse Toupin
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    Hello, here is my layout:

    Roses

    layout roses

    #72033
    Sue Thomas
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    It  appears that I forgot to  mention that I was taking part in this challenge.  I’m not new to masks or to  this challenge.  I  participated in the fist one which was in early 2017.

    Hank, be patient,  you will learn how to create your own masks a few days into the challenge.

    Although I  do use ready made masks, PSP and Photoshop, I find that I have to edit them myself, as I like the subject being  showcased to be  at least  90% fully visible.  I do like to create my own  masks.  Created a date stamp, Carole’s border punch brush for the  paper with the word art, which I also created.   Pin, is one I made many years ago.  You’ll find a tutorial in the creative scarp section, along with the date stamp, which I modified for this page. Blinds texture for the background paper, and  old paper texture for the   punched paper. For those that are new and are not familiar with my work.  I like simple, minimalistic pages using only my own photos, and  elements.   Male and female House Finches.  Females are very plain in comparison to the males, even during breeding season.

    #72037
    fiona cook
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    Lesson 1

    Hi, I followed the written instructions before realising where the video was so made life difficult for myself but got there in the end.

    In the process though I noticed at step 8, ‘Deselect’ on its own seems to work without having to previously ‘De-Float’.  Am I right or is that version dependent? I am using PSP2021.

    I have been quite literal to the template but like Sue’s idea of changing the main template mask to be larger to gain more emphasis, Given more courage, I may have a go at that.

    #72042
    sandra jones
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    Here is my Day #1

    #72047
    Connie Collier
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    • Junior

    Hi all! I’m looking forward to working with masks as they always perplex me. Here’s my first exercise, a quick survey of everything that’s blooming around my house at the moment. I used the template Cassel supplied pretty well “as is.”

    #72052
    lavada vance
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    once i figured out where my negative image was at in my jasc9(its under adjust color balance)  lol everything else went smoother then i thought awesome learning something new.

    #72053
    Royanne Hewko
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    Hello, I am in and looking forward to the class.

    #72055
    Frans van Duijn
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    My first try,

    The photos are screenshots from my tablet.

    #72056
    Julie Magerka
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    • Junior

    Day 1 of Mask Challenge:  Oh-oh. There is no helpful video with Carole’s soothing style to walk me through this mask stuff! I feel adrift already!

    #72058
    Sue Thomas
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    Yes there is Julie, it’s after the written instructions.  Here is a screen shot.

    #72060
    V. Valstar
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    My first experience with masks

    #72062
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Masks Workshop-Lesson 1

    I am really happy to go through this class again. I purchased the clip-to-it script so I forgot how to make masks on my own. Thanks Carole

    I used Alafyou Swirly font that I got from Creative Fabrica for the title, the background is a light tan with a texture called Tan pebbles (at full scale) , white background under that. The poem is partial by Edna T. Helberg  called “Longing for Spring”. The photos are mine.

    #72063
    Jacques
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    Is it posible to keep the video

     

    #72065
    Ann Seeber
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    • Superfan

    Here’s my first entry into this mask-world. Everyone’s work is amazing! I had big trouble with the small squares at the bottom, so I ended up using the raster-to-mask script for each of those. Whew! Glad I had that script. Here’s my Great Horned Owl, the terror of the night skies! 😉

    #72066
    Ann Seeber
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    • Superfan

    Jacques– I just save the page as a bookmark in my browser and it’s always there if I need it.

    #72067
    Jacques
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    Thanks 👍🙋‍♂️

    #72068
    Connie Collier
    Participant
    • 54
    • Junior

    Sue Thomas – Thanks for mentioning the location of the video. For some reason I totally missed it, too. I’ll have to go back and watch it now to see what I did wrong, hehe.

    #72071
    Royanne Hewko
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    • 132
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    Hello, I am looking forward to these challenges.   I used CASS Clip To It script it is one of my favourites.  I only had one picture of Tammy so I deleted 2 of the photo layers.

    #72079
    Marie-Claire
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    #72081
    Joyce Nease
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    • Rookie

    Loved this first lesson!  I had just coincidently downloaded several templates this morning only to find they were all PSD files that I didn’t know how to use in PSP.  So this lesson was right on time!  Thank you.  As I followed the directions to use the masks, I found I preferred the sharper images for all the mask areas, so I flood-filled the gray with black while I had the ants for both the floating selection and the original photo spot.  Worked great.

     

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