Scrap Bootcamp – March 2019

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  • #26687
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 2938
    • Superfan

    Day 1 – My workspace color is light gray and my background color is medium gray.  The palettes I most frequently use are the layers, materials and tools options.

    Day 2 – This is my sandwich!

    #26689
    Vicky Holden
    Participant
    • 9
    • Rookie

    New to PSP have version X6 disk given to me a long time ago But as this computer doesn’t have a disk drive tried to find download for it Wasn’t able to find one so got trial 2019. Does anyone know where i can get X6 download

    I tried playing with it when I first got it but couldn’t figure it out so stayed with Photo Shop Would like to see if it is easier & better Also like having fun playing 🙂

    I have light grey workspace, my background color is light gray and I have layers, materials and tool options

     

    #26693
    Vicky Holden
    Participant
    • 9
    • Rookie

    Day 2

    Here is my lunch 🙂 don’t like pickles hehehe so took them out on side plate

    #26695
    Sheila Hogg
    Participant
    • 456
    • Enthusiast

    Here is my Day 2. I am still having PC issues but here goes. My workspace is dark grey, complete style without the learning center or photo thingy at the bottom. I have customisations to my liking.

    Sheila

    #26696
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2132
    • Superfan

    @Vicky, unfortunately, Corel does not keep older versions available for users, which is a shame. I wish they did since some people have a legit copy, with a license and everything but they lost their disk, can’t use a disk or lost their downloads in a crash. If you get a copy somewhere else, beware of cracks and viruses. You might end up liking 2019 anyways!

    #26699
    Helen
    Participant
    • 141
    • Junior

    Hello everyone,, Great creations,,

    I did some playing around with changing colors, drop shadow and made table cloth, I used the history tool to see what I was doing. Not sure if keeps everything.

    #26706
    Cristina
    Participant
    • 1511
    • Superfan

    This time I am not participating but love to come by and take a look at the layouts.

    Great work, Antonia, shutterpixi, Teri, AngelStarr57, Barbara, Annie, Vicky, Sheila, and Helen!

    #26707
    Helen
    Participant
    • 141
    • Junior

    Thank you,

    #26708
    shutterpixi
    Participant
    • 519
    • Enthusiast

    Thanks, Annie!  Your placemat looks awesome!

    Thanks, Cristina!

    Nice job, everyone!  Great imaginations and embellishments!

    #26711
    Gail Maloney
    Participant
    • 8
    • Rookie

    Hi

    I just finished the first lesson and my preferences are as follows:

    my workspace color is dark grey   and my background color is medium grey

    the palettes I chose to keep open are the layers palette   although hidden option,,,,,,,,, as well as the materials palette   also hidden,,,,,,,,,

    the toolbars I have visible  are the standard, status and tools

    I am using version 2018

    Looking forward to the next part

    Thank you,

    GAil

    #26715
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 2938
    • Superfan

    Nice work Vicky … just toss the pickles my way, luv em, 🙂 <3

    #26718
    Gail Maloney
    Participant
    • 8
    • Rookie

    Here is my sandwich

    Not as creative as some of the others im afraid,  but fun nonetheless

    #26719
    shutterpixi
    Participant
    • 519
    • Enthusiast

    Gail –  Nice looking sandwich, in my opinion (it’s got the plate covered, so it’s GOT to be a good one!).  Having fun and learning is what it’s all about!

    #26726
    Lois Duckworth
    Participant
    • 61
    • Junior

    Hello everyone my name is Lois Duckworth and I am from Ontario Canada. I have done this before but figured it never hurts to do it again to sharpen your skills and to learn new things.

    My desktop is light grey and I like the tool bar as well as the layers and the materials. I also have script output available for when I use it.

    Here is my result for Day 2

     

    #26727
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 2938
    • Superfan

    Great work Sheila, Helen, Gail, and Lois! Thanks to all who commented on my result. <3

    #26731
    Vicky Holden
    Participant
    • 9
    • Rookie

    Love how every one has the exact same thing & instructions but they are all so different & all look great. Annie your welcome to my pickles hahahahaha

    #26740
    Sue Talbot-Bloor
    Participant
    • 5
    • Rookie

    Hi, My name is Sue and i didn’t do the sandwich yet, but I did configure my psp desktop how I wanted it. I have gone for the dark grey, as I find it easier on my eyes.

    Here is my ‘homework’ for day three though. My beautiful grandson using his brand new teeth!

    #26741
    shutterpixi
    Participant
    • 519
    • Enthusiast

    Sue – Great job with your Day 3 pic!  And what a cutie!

    #26744
    shutterpixi
    Participant
    • 519
    • Enthusiast

    Here’s my Day 3.  The photo is one I took of a Javalina that was in our campsite in the Davis Mountains State Park (in Texas).  The background and the stripe are ones I created from some other pictures of mine.

    #26747
    Debra Klock
    Participant
    • 1
    • Rookie

    Hi Cassel

     

    My name is Debra.  I don’t know what I am doing wrong, but I am unable to upload my picture for the spring bootcamp. I keep getting the message “file extension error” when I try to upload.  Any pointers would be most appreciated.  I watched your video on how to upload pictures and followed the steps, but I still can’t get it to work.

    I did enjoy the first lesson and am eager to continue and would like to share if possible.

    Thanks,

    Debra

    #26748
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2132
    • Superfan

    @Debra, is it possible that the image was not saved in .jpg format? If you try to upload the .pspimage file, it won’t accept it.

    #26756
    Teri Cleaveland
    Participant
    • 81
    • Junior

    Everyone is so creative with their ideas! I love it!

    Here is my Day 3: As you can imagine, our family is anxiously awaiting the arrival of my great grandson Tucker.  Mommy is pleased that the doctor is going on vacation so she can have him a little early.  She is READY!! This picture was from a couple of weeks ago and she is still teaching.

    #26759
    David Smyers
    Participant
    • 4
    • Rookie

    Here is day 3 I think the photo could be larger, but I resized it to 1000 pixels

    #26761
    Sharon Cope Carriere
    Participant
    • 51
    • Junior

    Hi I have been using PSP programs for awhile to edit photos. I only started using the scrapbook function last year. I am still learning but I really like it. I am a full time at home caregiver for my disabled husband. I come from a large family that always offers plenty of emotional support and there are a lot of kids parties to photograph. That is what I put in my scrapbook pages.  I look forward to seeing everyone’s projects. Also look forward to improving my skills.

     

    #26763
    Gail Maloney
    Participant
    • 8
    • Rookie

    Here is my Day 3 result.

    This is a picture of my oldest daughter, Chelsea

    I loved doing this and am quite pleased with my result

    #26765
    Vicky Holden
    Participant
    • 9
    • Rookie

    My grandson 🙂 had fun figured out a few other things but did find it very tedious applying the drop shadows to every element individually.

    #26770
    Barbara Hall
    Participant
    • 99
    • Junior

    Day 3–I had planned to use some pictures I’ve taken of pelicans for the bootcamp assignments, but yesterday I photographed something else  that I thought was interesting and changed my topic.

     

    The insect and flower elements are by janet scott at pixelscrapper.com; the grass overlay is by marisa lerin at the same site.  The paper is by RvMcSou, though I recolored the green.

    #26772
    Barbara Hall
    Participant
    • 99
    • Junior

    To Cassel:  I don’t understand the reason for resizing pictures to less than 1000 pixels.  My picture was 1920 x1280 and when I tried resizing it, it was too small for the page, so I used the original dimensions.

     

    #26774
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2132
    • Superfan

    @Barbara, the resizing is for the whole project, not the photo.

    #26776
    Helen
    Participant
    • 141
    • Junior

    Day 3 – Everyone has done a great job, so here is what I have created.

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