What are you working on (August 2022)?

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  • #81630
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Michele,

    Love your surfer girl. Would love more information on how you achieved the look.

    I’ll have to look and see if the is some instruction for it on the campus.

    #81688
    Michele
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    Thanks so much, Lynda. It’s really not that difficult. Take a picture you want to use and duplicate it. Open the Hue Up/Down brush and increase the size of the brush so it covers the entire pic. Simply click on the image and the hue will change. Keep clicking and the hue will keep changing. Click until you find the colors you want. I used a very colorful original so I could get stark differences. If you start with a less colorful pic, you’ll get more subtle changes. Play around with this tool, including the settings. It’s a lot of fun.

    If this isn’t clear, please let me know.

    #81690
    Ann Seeber
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    Michele: [Now, don’t laugh!] I’m trying out the Hue Up/Down brush and not convinced this is the effect that you are supposed to get. Somehow, the more I clicked, the colors changed but grew exponentially until I had this rainbow effect! Not what I was after. What is the secret?

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 1 week ago by Ann Seeber.
    #81712
    Susan Ewart
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    Mary, I had a hard time with finding the Edge Preserving Smooth effect too.  I have now forgotten again.  Yeesh.  Your Memphis watercolor layout looks fabulous.

    #81717
    Ann Seeber
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    Susan Ewart: Look under Adjust/Add-Remove Noise and you’ll find it.

    #81764
    Michele
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    Ann, that’s not the expected result, but I kind of like it, lol. I think you didn’t increase the size of the brush to cover your entire pic. Also, the default hardness is 50, but I used 100. But thanks for showing me how to get a rainbow result. I always love happy accidents!

    #81784
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Thanks Michele,

    I tried the hue up and down on a little text thing from Creative Fabrica.. This is what I came up with.

    #81786
    Ann Seeber
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    Lynda: Ha ha! It took me a minute but now I’m rolling! 😀

    #81840
    Michele
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    LOL,Lynda!

    Looks like some people are having fun with the Hue Up/Down brush. I will always be finding new things in PSP.

    #81853
    Ann Seeber
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    August Scraplift Challenge: Playing around with some of my kid’s photos from Chicago plus some from the Chicago travel website, I came up with this for the Scraplift Challenge. I did find a new way to make stripes. I had used a gradient called White Sand for the background paper and I want to use those colors for the striped paper. So, I used the same gradient at a 45-degree angle with 24 repeats. Voilà!

    #81864
    kasany
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    I recently has been working with a project and….I got a mail (newsletter) from Casele. She wrote about a script, a wind and something else;) But the most important has been pinwheel. “I have one in png”. Yes, it’s been but in the bin but still been:) I have a new paper. Use it, if you like:) It’s sweet girly paper;) Too large, sorry

    #81891
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Ann,

    Love your Chicago layout. Chicago, it’s my kind of town.

    Lynda

    #81892
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Michele,

    Always something new… that’s why it’s so much fun.

    Lynda

    #81901
    kasany
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    Ann Seeber: Your layout is very good. It presents photos very well:)

    #82189
    kasany
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    My recent work in Boho style (or something like that) with two my fractals .

    #82190
    Susan Ewart
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    Kasany, those are very cool.  Love it!  The pinwheel paper is really pretty.

     

    #82191
    kasany
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    Susan: Glad you like my work. Thanks for your nice comment:)))))

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