What are you working on (in August 2019)

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  • #33078
    Lynda DiGregor
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    I was messing around with with scripts and tried ssoftpokadots, found that you can make any size dots so I made them large enough to accomodate photos and I made a template out of them. Always looking for a way to showcase the ridiculous number of photos I take while traveling.  Hope you like what I came up with this time.

    #33079
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Dawn, beautiful work…glad you are feeling better and back in the game. 🙂

    #33080
    Lynda DiGregor
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    So cute Cristina

    #33084
    AprilDawn
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    Libera .. Thank you for comment on my card. Carole has wonderful tips and lessons and the silhouette technique is sure to be one you will enjoy using in your projects.

    Annie .. your Pic To Painting sampler looks great!

    Lynda .. your ice cream looks inviting and the layout you did for your US South looks terrific.. a great idea for displaying you photos. Thank you very much for  your comment on my card… much appreciated.

    Shutterpixi .. Thanks so much for your kind comments .. I am glad you like the card.

    Best Wishes,

    Dawn.

    #33104
    Cristina
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    shutterpixi, thank you so much for your comment!

    Lynda, thank you! You took great photos, and you found a fantastic way to showcase them.

    #33106
    libera
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    May I repeat what Helen already said, “awesome work going on in here” … and thanks to all who comment my silhouette.

    #33109
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks Shutterpixi, you are very sweet. <3

    #33110
    Annie Tobin
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    Dear Dawn, your comments are always much appreciated my friend. <3

    #33111
    Annie Tobin
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    Lynda, a great way to showcase some of your photos my friend, nice job, well done! <3

    #33119
    libera
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    I had to play with “my” triangles, didn’t know exactly what I would like to do and this was created while I was doing it ….
    The little challenge for me – as I never worked with triangles before – was to find out how to hide parts of it. Just a first exercise. I worked with the pen tool.

     

    #33121
    libera
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    Geometric “visions” today, LOL !
    I just replaced this image, I colorized the head in white.

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 1 week ago by libera.
    #33124
    libera
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    The red one …

    #33126
    libera
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    La vie en rose or something like that 🙂

    #33129
    shutterpixi
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    Libera – Great job on the triangles!  You have made some interesting images with them.  I liked how you hid parts in the pinwheel, and the stick figures running and tumbling made me smile!

    #33131
    libera
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    Thanks a lot shutterpixi! The “pinwheel” was a little bit tricky for a first test and therefore not perfect. I add a green version with one of my favorite sentences said by Carole “Have fun” 🙂 The figures I found them on Pixabay as well as the alpha letters if I rember well. Well I had fun and so much that I nearly forgot a work date …

    #33132
    Annie Tobin
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    Wow Libera, you have been busy. I love your work with the triangles, they are all a work of art. I particularly love the red and silver with the somersault stick man, such fun. Well done my friend. <3

    #33145
    AprilDawn
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    Libera you  created some lovely examples with the triangles.. I also love the red and silver one.. it is so cute. well done!

    best wishes,

    Dawn.

    #33147
    AprilDawn
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    I purchased Cassel’s new flower punches and have been having a bit of a play.. Thank you Carole for creating these new ones they are lovely! ……  the rose image on the front and back papers is a freebie from Pixabay….. the lace overlay is from a purchased kit . the rose is PSP tube

    best wishes,

    Dawn

    #33148
    Annie Tobin
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    A beautiful card Dawn, lovely colours and wonderful use of the flower punch. Well done my friend. <3

    #33150
    Sue Thomas
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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>Beautiful Dawn!  I bought the flower punches too.  They are quite exquisite.</p>
     

    #33154
    shutterpixi
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    Libera – Your green triangle image is great!  Love the eyes on the letters looking at everything!!  And it’s a nice tribute to Carole’s statement (I bet she likes it too!).

    #33155
    shutterpixi
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    Dawn – Another beautiful card you’ve created!  Thanks for the info on what you used.

    #33156
    Cassel
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    Every single project I see in these threads make me smile. I am amazed at everything you can do with the little info or tools I provide. I make the first step but then you all start running like crazy. I can never imagine how far you all go with that. It is a real pleasure. You think of things I never imagined!

    #33157
    shutterpixi
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    Carole, you make it all possible.  Thanks!!!

    #33169
    trish williams
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    Been a busy month for birthdays 22 cakes this month, sure keeps me busy.

    Caroles mesage on organising Fonts, hit home, I just bought the library for listing my brushes,  I need to catagories them, trouble is the pictures are so small, that the names of each one overlaps so you cant read them,    there isnt an option like the gradients to have so many on the page, so visualising them isnt much better as  the images are not clear,  so  its no better than running thru them,   I had 59 pages of them  6 across and 7 down, and still have brushes to load, you cant see a brush until its loaded. Does anyone else have this problem.

    #33173
    Cassel
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    Trish, I can tweak the script to have the images larger, however, by having them larger, you have fewer on a single page and then, you have more pages to flip through as I assume people have a lot of them. You can also save the whole pages as jpg and import them into a Word document that you can “flip through” on your monitor while zoomed in more. Would that be an option or would you really want to have fewer on a single page?

    #33178
    AprilDawn
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    Annie, Thanks so much for your comment, I am happy you liked the card.

    Shutterpixi.. I appreciate your comment..  Thank You!

    Sue..Thank you very much for liking my card and I agree with your comment about the flower punches being exquisite.. They are! hope you enjoying using them to.

    Trish you certainly have been busy.. you do lovely cards… well done!

    Cassel..I am glad our projects make you smile. Your efforts in creating the tools like scripts and punches to help in our creativity, I’m sure are appreciated by everyone. Thank You!

    best wishes,

    Dawn.

    #33180
    Sharon Wilke
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    Hello to all my friends at the Scrapbook Campus! I’m so sorry to have been away so long. I upgraded my PSP to 2020 and I’ve been having to make some adjustments to the way I work. I was doing okay until Windows got a major update and it knocked everything out of whack for a while on my machine. I still can’t get Pic To Painting to work on my computer but I’m very impressed with the results you guys are getting. I played around with some filters that I have and somewhat created the effect. I’m happy with it anyway!

    #33186
    AprilDawn
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    hello Sharon.. lovely effect you have created .. to my eye it gives a nice vintage feel…. well done.

    best wishes,

    Dawn.

    #33216
    Annie Tobin
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    Sharon I really like the result you have achieved with this and the way you have used a slat effect. I have a real love of lighthouses and this is a nice photo. I am considering the upgrade from 2019 Ultimate to the 2020 but I usually wait a while to take notice of any reviews. My favourite version to date has been 2018 as I had very few issues with it. What do you think?

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