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  • #79379
    Jannette Nieuwboer-Dons
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    Day 5 of the Bootcamp.

    This is a foto of a house on the beautiful island named Texel.

    I like it and toke a pic of it.

    It’s a small island and many people spent their holidays there.

     

    #79402
    Susan
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    • 10
    • Rookie

    This is Day 3 homework.

    #79407
    Susan
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    #79410
    Anne Lamp
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    • 283
    • Enthusiast

    Here is my project for day 3.   The picture in the lower left corner was from the James Webb Space Telescope.  The large moon photo is mine.  When dealing with billions of years I thought 200000 years younger makes it relatively new.

    #79427
    Harmony Birch
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    • 35
    • Rookie

    Here is my day 5 project. Went down to the river today and despite struggling to walk, using a mobility scooter and often having to move legs physically with my hands when the branches are low enough I cannot resist trying to climb. This photo is a screen capture from the video my friend took of me climbing in my own shuffly fashion. The little squirrels are from previous psp projects I have done. scrapbook page featuring 61 year old woman climbing trees

    #79449
    Gerry Landreth
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    • 166
    • Junior

    The picture is my paternal grandmother, Henry Retta Vice. BTW – her name is spelled correctly. The boys are two of my older cousins, Gene & Jim who are fraternal twins. It was 1959, the year I was born.

    #79475
    Pirkko
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    • 324
    • Enthusiast

    here is my page 4

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by Pirkko.
    #79479
    Allen Hill
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    • 5
    • Rookie

    Here is my Day5-Project#2

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    #79481
    Allen Hill
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    • 5
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    Another submission

    #79482
    Cassel
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    • 2395
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    Karen (#79316), happy anniversary!!! What a great way to celebrate. You used the shadows very well on your page.

    Hank (#79324), welcome back! Did you add shadows on both sides of the frame? It looks like the shadow on the left is a bit of an intruder as all the other shadows are on the right side. (#79332) I guess you have a layout inside a layout! 🙂

    Kasany (#79325), what a fun teddy bear. Your shadows are good on the confetti and the red flower but I think they are missing on the photo and the larger flower. I would suggest that you might want to tweak your title so it would not overlap the flower. Considering the thickness of the flower (if it were real), you would not be able to put text on top, right?

    Jannette (#79379), good one. Simple but effective layering.

    Susan (#79402), really a fun page with the “Fun cousins”. Your shadows and layering are good! Keep it up. (#79407) Great page. One suggestion I would offer (and this is NOT an error on your part) is to mirror the clip on top of the photo. It looks like the designer might have put the “shaded” area on the left instead of on the right (which would be consistent with the other shadows). This might have been a designer’s error 🙂

    Anne (#79410), beautiful page. I think two stars in the center are missing their shadow.

    Harmony (#79427), you really look like you are in a precarious position! The page is beautiful and the shadowing is on point! Keep it up.

    Gerry (#79449), such a fun way to display those old photos!

    Pirkko (#79475), simple but delicate page. Well done with the shadows.

    Allen (#79479) those cuties make me smile. You might want to consider adding a shadow on the flower and on the fence.

    Keep those pages coming. And remember that it is never too late to post your projects.

    #79489
    Donna Sillia
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    • 21
    • Rookie

    A picture of my grandson snowboarding. The papers and embellishments are from a kit called “SnowWhispers” from pixelscrapper. The snowboard was also from pixelscrapper and decorated with Filter Forge.

    #79500
    Suzy
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    • 107
    • Junior

    How do people know if we have one day or two days on these projects?

    I am having a lot of trouble!   My papers do not go together at all! I keep switching kits, and yuck…yuck..yuck!

    I added a duplicate of my vector title so I could do the extra stuff to it…I think it was bevel, but NOW I DON’T REMEMBER because it’s taken me so long to get to it! LOL!   I do not have the “vector” or “raster” words on my layers palette like you do Carole! So how do I know which is which?  (Why is no one else having trouble with anything? Surely one person out of the 75 in this class is pulling out his or her hair to match mine!?)

    I’m going to reboot and come back.

     

     

    #79501
    Ann Seeber
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    • 1183
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    Suzy: One tip – vector layers will always show a small white arrow just to the left, which when clicked, will open it up to allow text editing. On your screenshot, that would be the layer on the bottom. Hope this helps!

    #79502
    kasany
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    • 34
    • Rookie

    Project2 done with my Funny Fractal Frogs together;)

    #79503
    Cassel
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    • 2395
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    Suzy, there is always one day “off” between the projects.

    #79506
    Ann Seeber
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    BOOTCAMP-DAY5-ADVENTURE – This is a colonial-era tavern in my hometown of Warwick, NY. I guess the war was hot and heavy in this area. And not everyone was on the same page. There was a forge that was destroyed by Washington’s troops because it kept selling munitions to the British! My late husband and I enjoyed cocktails in Baird’s Tavern with Rotary friends. It’s beautifully restored. I used a Revolutionary era map for the background and found a color palette for that era, too. The headline font is Classic Barbershop. I created a template from Carole’s design. I’ll post it in the Facebook files if anyone would like a simple, classic layout.

    #79511
    Hank Sobah
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    • 42
    • Rookie

    Day 5 Project 2, Wild Wild Kingdom – I made the pictures that I used as embeleshments, and from other Campus  sessions.

    #79515
    Suzy
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    • 107
    • Junior

    Very nice, everybody!!

     

    #79516
    Suzy
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    • 107
    • Junior

    Ann and Carole, thank you — I didn’t know either thing,,,,Ann I never noticed these triangles before! Never even saw them!

    #79520
    Susan Ewart
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    • 586
    • Enthusiast

    Day 5 Project Two.  I tried working the layout with horizontal paper elements but it was flat and boring looking.  I had the same problem Corrie (I think i was Corrie in the Q&A) had where my text outline had little horizontal lines instead or a solid continuous line.  Sure enough my line style was not on “solid”.  Font is from Creative Fabrica I think, called Hustle Bright. Same with the cat and bats.  the papers are from Digital Scrapbook and the photo (extracted) is mine.  this time with no frame like in Project One.  The Gazing Bowl idea is from June Hunter, who photographers her dogs outdoor water bowl, usually in the fall, which collects falling leaves. She did one with Hellebores (not in the dog dish!) that knocked my socks off. So, I took the idea and ran with it as an abstract project.

    #79524
    Karen Borgmann
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    • 13
    • Rookie

    Here’s Project #2.  Enjoyed playing with the layers and adding shadows everywhere.  This is a  homegrown Vanda from the past.  Unfortunately, pictures are all I have left of this plant.  Such a pretty color—-lucky for me I have a picture!  Karen B.

    #79532
    Cassel
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    • 2395
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    Suzy (#79500), as Ann has mentioned, vector layers will have that little arrow on the left so you can see the individual “objects” inside the layer. In your case, you have a right pane in your Layers palette that is kind of blocking the view of information. On the left pane, if it was wider, you would see more information. Notice that you can scroll to the right to see all the content of the pane. For papers that don’t go well together, have you been using some from the same kit? Typically, if they come from the same kit, they would use the exact same palette so they SHOULD coordinate. (#79515) Are you finally happy with the paper arrangement?

    Kasany (#79502), you might want to look into adding shadows to your projects to simulate the thickness that papers would have. Same thing with the blue dots: the bevel on them suggests some thickness, but then, we would also expect matching shadows.

    Ann (#79506), it is interesting to see a map as a background paper, but it is totally fitting for the project!

    Hank (#79511), did you extract all those birds from a photo?

    Susan (#79520), that project looks really mysterious!!! Good job on the shadows. It is harder to add shadows on dark papers. You nailed it.

    Karen (#79524), good job on those shadows. I have one question: the three flowers with the bow on the top right, are they one single element? I suspect it is, and that would explain why the flowers don’t have their own, individual shadows cast on the ribbon.

    #79554
    Jannette Nieuwboer-Dons
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    • 129
    • Junior

    Hier is mijn tweede poging tot de gelaagde tafel.

    Het is duidelijk een maaltijd voor een constructeur-arbeider als trucker als hij een extra voorraad op een bord bestelde.

    schaduw 0-0-60-10 omdat het een luchtbeeld is. Dan zien je ogen diepte.

    #79556
    Jannette Nieuwboer-Dons
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    • 129
    • Junior

    Klik-klik-klik op uw bericht van gisteren.

    Toen vond ik dit. Moeilijker dan het lijkt omdat de gereedschappen zich op andere locaties bevonden.

     

     

     

    #79565
    Leonard Jones
    Participant
    • 1
    • Rookie

    Hi.  I’m a little late as usual. I love my PSP, and am very appreciative of any instruction that I can get, problem is I am having problems finding my projects to upload. The psp program doesn’t come up in the searches that I make.  Honestly, those projects are there somewhere.

    #79567
    Cassel
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    • 2395
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    Leonard, when you click the Upload Image button at the bottom of the page, it will be looking for jpg images. Did you save a jpg version of your project first?

    #79573
    Anne Lamp
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    • 283
    • Enthusiast

    Day 5 project adventure.  This was from our trip to Maui in 2017.  We did a Haleakala sunrise adventure and this was taken at a stop the van made on the way back down the mountain after the sunrise adventure.

    #79581
    Cassel
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    • 2395
    • Superfan

    Jannette (#79554), I see that you added a shadow that was consistent with looking straight down, and that would work if the light source was also straight up. I think that even if you look straight from the ceiling, it is also possible that a light source would be on the side, at least somewhat. But that is definitely a big lunch!!! 🙂 By the way, what version of PSP are you using?

    Ann (#79573), did you happen to stretch the photo sideways? You look a little squished.

    You will have another “free” day tomorrow, so you can catch up.

    #79583
    Harmony Birch
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    • 35
    • Rookie

    Here’s my Day 7 project 3, Expanding on the Larp and adventuring theme. The poem is a short extract from one of the many I have done with my writing group. Couldn’t get hold of the kit you used with the glitter butterfly so tried some arty play with a paper one.

    Whoops noticed a missing shadow,

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by Harmony Birch. Reason: edited to add edited page as I noticed I had missed a shadow
    #79587
    Karen Borgmann
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    • 13
    • Rookie

    Summertime in Florida and weekends are for boating.  My three grandsons look forward to Sundays because that’s boating day (assuming that the weather cooperates!)  They love the ocean and spend several hours swimming, snorkeling and playing among the waves.  They’ve also been working on their tans.  Enjoyed this activity and was fascinated to learn how to use the glitter paper.  There are so many tricks and tips to learn.  Thanks Cassel!

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