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  • #74612
    Susan Ewart
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    Lynda,

    I love art in many forms.  There so much to be inspired by and motivated by to give me ideas (this includes mother-nature’s art, she never gets it wrong-especially the colors).  The loss of a child is the worst imaginable, no parents should have to endure that.  I am sorry hear about your son.  His art is a treasured piece.

    #74613
    Christiane
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    +#74594 Carole: Christiane (#74546) what happens when you just hide that layer? Does it still “show up” on your project? Yes, it does (in a slightly grey). I don’t know how but I solve the problem. I used the flood filler and stamped it (anyhow) and it worked.

    Carry on to end Template Day 2.

    So within the next days I’ll present my result.

    #74615
    Liz Kershaw
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    lovely workshop thanks Cassel

     

    #74616
    Gerry Landreth
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    Ann – The “virus” background in the graphic with Rudy’s masks was done using a graphic I found on Pixabay as an overlay. Once I found a good blend mode, I lowered the opacity because it was overwhelming the rest of the layout.

    Susan – The cats are a cheeky pair with distinct personalities. They help keep me grounded.

    #74618
    Pirkko
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    Here is my result for Template Workshop Lesson 7 Diamond. So sorry – a little fixing… I couldn’t remove the first try…

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 1 week ago by Pirkko. Reason: re-edit the journaling
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    #74623
    Sue Thomas
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    The template workshop has been a huge success.

    #74624
    Gerry Landreth
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    The pictures are of my sister and her husband. Their 28th anniversary is next month. The color for 28 years is lavender and the flower is orchid.

    The kit is Lavender Fields from Jessica Dunn and the orchid photo is from Pixabay.

    #74628
    Marvin Fojtasek
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    My day 5 project submission.

    #74630
    Marie-Claire
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    Carole, thank you for your comments (#74439)

    (#74374) That church is in Belgium, here’s a little explanation in English about it.
    https://cityseeker.com/borgloon/973367-reading-between-the-lines

    (#74421) About the cats, the first and second photo have been my cats, unfortunately they are no longer there. At a certain point I had found and adopted four cats, 3 of which were kittens. The third photo is a neighbor’s cat, and the last one a cat that regularly sits in the park

    what a success this workshop is :-), so many beautiful creations!

    I’m still catching up 🙂

    this is Template 5

    #74631
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Thanks Susan

    #74633
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Lesson 7

    I didn’t use any kits, I made the Rt 66 sign some time ago, I swiped the road off the internet, all the photos are mine, including the map. It was on Santa Monica pier and I took a photo of it.

    I did enjoy this workshop. As usual, Carole always comes up with something new to me. I also enjoyed every ones creations.

    Looking forward to dynamic frames.

    #74636
    Joyce Nease
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    Lynda ~  Love the Route 66 page!  Tickled my wander lust!

    #74645
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Thanks Joyce, Rt 66 is a ride

    Lynda

    #74648
    Lynn Young
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    Caregiving gets in the way. but I am working on these.

    #74650
    Linda J Walker
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    Day 5

    I will have to look at all the new posts tomorrow, now it is late, I am tired.

     

    #74654
    Mary Solaas
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    #74657
    Marie-Claire
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    Template 6

    #74659
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Hey Marvin,

    Your Philmont layout brought back good memories. My son, now 34, had many good times at Philmont. Went the whole nine yards to Eagle Scout. He learned leadership  which gave him the ability to be a Resident Assistant (RA) at university and now he does very well as a computer engineer at his company. Can’t say enough about boy scouts. Great preparation for life.

    Thanks for the memories

    Lynda

    #74661
    Randy
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    • 55
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    This was quite a challenge for me related to working through it, understanding what was done, and getting time to do it.

    Images – Created using the Kaleidoscope in Paint Shop Pro from the same original image. It is good that we can save Instant Effects because getting the right rotation with the five points is something I would not want to have to figure out each time.

    Materials – from the kit mentioned by Carole (Maris Lerin’s kit called Change ) but sometimes different colours than what Carole used.

    Change Colour – When I changed one of the flowers with Hue and Saturation, there was a bit of red colour which I thought was Okay so I left it that way.

    Font – Microdot

    I really like learning how to do things better with PSP and this was certainly containing good things for me.

    Thank you, Carole.  This template workshop has added a number of things AND reinforced what was taught in other workshops and other learning I have been involved in.  Maybe some things will become automatic someday.

    #74663
    Corrie Kinkel
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    To conclude my story about the balloon I made a cover using the diamond template 2 from the workshop. I saved it until last with a cover in  mind. During the ride the flame from the burner was very noticable and it was also rather hot. That’s the reason I choose the font JT Fire, which I have for a while (a freebie by Creative Fabrica). The flames are an overlay with a reduced opacity. For the paint splash I reduced the opacity too to let it blend in more with the photo, otherwise it was too white for my liking. Normally I don’t use bright orange much but the balloon dictated that color so to speak.

    I loved doing this workshop and the chance it gave me to relive my balloon adventure!

    #74666
    Mary Solaas
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    Corrie – Love your trip in a hot air balloon!, Ann – The Big Cats – WOW. Everyone – love what you have done in this workshop. Pirkko – the kaleidescope layout was just beautiful. Lynda – I see you made it from Chicago to LA. I have been on Route 66 at various times through the years – even made that short jog through Kansas, but stopped short of LA. Alan – like your layouts and I see that you do Video Studio too – so do I. Gerry – Always like what you show us. Lynn – that is beautiful – walking through life with the one you love. Marie-Claire – glad to see you are back in the game; hope you are feeling better. IT’s been great going through all the layouts posted. I sometimes go back from page 1 all the way through. Thanks, Carole, for working this up. It has really pushed me this time and that is good.
    Here is my final one. Had a hard time deciding how to do this one as most of my pics are horizontal and my brain is tired!!

    #74677
    Lynn Young
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    • 61
    • Junior

    I spent more time looking for papers than doing the work. I had planned on doing 2 pieces. Oops. I bound 3 scripts, OpenDuplicate,  OpenAsLayer-Rename, and ClipToIt. I do not remember where or when I acquired the OpenDuplicate.

    #74679
    Anita Wyatt
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    • 129
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    Here is my Day 7 Template project. I used the papers from Marisa Lerin’s kit offered with the lesson. I decided to go with garden flowers and used elements and ribbons from  Jessica Dunn, Janet Kemp, Sheila Reid, Marisa Lerin and Melo Vrijhof at Digital Scrapbooking. I used the Hue and Saturation tool on the red background and on one of the ribbons and the Hue map on the watering can. I did not have a wood panel pattern, so I looked for  wood panel colors on line and used one of  them to make a background graphic I could use with the pattern option in PSP for the text. Thank you Carole for these workshops. I have learned so much about PaintShop Pro and I enjoy every one of the classes and the workshops.

    #74680
    Corrie Kinkel
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    Mary Solaas, glad you liked my story! If I have a template for photos that are vertical and my photos are horizontal, I just rotate the template by 90°, make sure all layers is checked. The other elements I adjust as needed. What you made is lovely!

    #74684
    Ann Seeber
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    I finished up my Big Cat series with this plea for help. Hopefully, the US Senate will pass this needed protection soon. Some papers are from my Animal Kingdom kit. I added an extra photo by using the paint splash at the top as a mask.

    #74688
    Marie-Claire
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    These are the final templates. Template 6 diamond, 7, and 7 diamond

    Carole, Thank you so much for this workshop, it was a lot of fun to do.
    There were too many pages to comment, I couldn’t follow. So many different ideas.
    Very nice workshop!
    Everyone did such a great job
    Thank you Mary Solaas, I still suffer from a stiff neck from the fall, but other than that I’m fine 🙂

    #74690
    Marvin Fojtasek
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    My day 7 project. Toughest project for me because I tried to use my own objects rather than the ones already a part of the template.

    #74691
    Gerry Landreth
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    • 131
    • Junior

    Ann – Thank you for bringing attention to this problem with pictures of these magnificent cats. I have sent both of my senators, neither of whom are cosponsors, an email urging them to support the bill when it comes to a full vote. Sadly, I live in one of few states that have no regulation at all.

    #74692
    Ann Seeber
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    Gerry, thank you very much! They are magnificent, aren’t they!

    #74705
    Lynn Young
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    Here is my number 4. Phew!

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