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  • #40054
    shutterpixi
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    Cristina – Wonderful Road Trip page!  It’s perfect atop your map background!

    #40056
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    I haven’t had much computer time lately. I have several pages waiting to be resized so I can post them. Here is a quick page (by Carole) I threw together last night. Thank you Annie for using it and reminding I had it!

    #40057
    shutterpixi
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    Minka –  Love the “through-the-cherries” image!  Very nice work on blurring the background — very well done and gorgeous results!

    #40071
    shutterpixi
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    Annie and Bonnie – Great job with your quick pages!  You’ve done well, and have shown that that’s a great opportunity for lots of possibilities!

    #40096
    Annie Tobin
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    • 1720
    • Superfan

    Thanks Shutterpixi, your comment was very much appreciated. <3

    #40097
    Annie Tobin
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    • Superfan

    You have done justice to the quick page Bonnie, well done my friend. <3

    #40112
    Dorothy Donn
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    • Junior

    Colleen:  In response to your #1 question  I use textures for chrome and silver. Just open a texture in Paint shop Pro and  I park it aside.  Then go into your material palate and use the pattern, then you can play with the settings to make it bigger or smaller, twist and turn it etc. Then you can use the selection tool to pick the area you want the chrome etc and flood fill it with the texture.

    The other suggestion is Super Blade Pro. It takes longer but it performs well in small areas for me like on  jewelry trim.

    I sure hope these suggestion helps you .

     

    PS some samples for flooring etc.

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 3 weeks ago by Dorothy Donn.
    #40117
    Dorothy Donn
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    • 137
    • Junior

    Colleen:  PS  My Favorite gold texture for all things Egyptian

    #40119
    Dorothy Donn
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    • 137
    • Junior

    Playing With old and new filters and got one result that is strange but fascinates  me.

    What do you think?

    #40122
    Michele aka micfin
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    • 797
    • Superfan

    I’m so impressed by everyone. Sorry I’m not making personal comments like I usually do, but I haven’t been feeling my best.

    #40134
    Annie Tobin
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    • 1720
    • Superfan

    Kinda looks like a butterfly emerging from water … quirky! Keep playing Dorothy! ;D

    #40135
    Annie Tobin
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    • Superfan

    Have missed you Michele. Hope you get better soon. Bodies, who needs them eh! ;D <3

    #40145
    ScrapRic
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    • Rookie

    A quick example of “Color Focus” (thanks for the tip Cassel). This is my grand daughter at her 3rd birthday party.
    This was done using Paint Shop Pro Ver 7 by deleting part of a monochrome top layer…

    #40146
    Shirley
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    • 126
    • Junior

    The car the dogs are in is a hot-rod.  My nephew is mad on restoring vehicles.

    #40168
    Annie Tobin
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    • Superfan

    Hi Scrapbook Campus Friends.  Yesterday I made two alphas – upper case, lower case, numbers and punctuation.  The papers I created myself … the check was from following a Cassel tutorial.  The cross stitch outline on the check alpha was also made by following a Cassel tutorial that created the stitch to convert to a picture tube.  The pipe cleaner outline was from a picture tube purchased from Creation Cassel.  The steps followed involved finding the font, using the background material and no outline, converting to path, selecting the picture tube, script Vector Tube, adding a small drop shadow, converting the vector to a raster, adding an inner bevel, merging visible and voila!  The fonts used are Hobo – blue check and Ravie – bright stripes.  Thanks for takin a peek!

    #40169
    Cassel
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    Annie, for the X stitch, if you were to create it as a directional tube, the stitching could even follow the angle of the edges if you wanted. Those Ravie symbols are so nice and colorful!

    ScrapRic, that photo is delightful. What a way to focus on your subject!

    Dorothy, which filters did you use for that image?

    Bonnie, you are allowed to “throw together” any scrapbook page! It is always a delight to look at them.

     

    #40170
    Shirley
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    Impressive Annie

     

    #40180
    Michele aka micfin
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    Love your letters, Annie.

    Here’s what I made for gaming group. The theme today was Fine Art Fashion. I tried to make it look like a fashion mood board. I added “thumbtack” heads on the pics, but I thought it was too much for the tags. I thought maybe they could be labels that were just stuck on the board so no drop shadows on them either. Any suggestions? (If I had had enough time, I would have given the background a different texture.)

    #40190
    Cristina
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    Dawn and Shutterpixi, thank you so much for your kind comments! They are very much appreciated. <3

    Minka, nice work with the plaid. I love the colors.

    Bonnie, very nice work, and I totally agree with the quote you added.

    Dorothy, great work with the textures, and I love the “tile8”.

    ScrapRic, adorable example of Color Focus.

    Annie, both alphas look great; the blue check would be perfect for a picnic layout, and the Ravie -bright stripes- is really a fun alpha.

    Dear Michele, I’m very happy to see your work again here on the Campus! Take your time, baby steps, one day at a time. <3 … IMHO, the page is perfect, and I love the photos you chose.

    Great work, Everyone!

     

    #40203
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks Cassel and a big thank you for the tip … another reason to play! ;D

    #40204
    Annie Tobin
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    • Superfan

    Thanks Shirley!

    #40207
    Annie Tobin
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    • 1720
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    Wow Michele, you have paired those “fine arts” very well. I love what you have done and the background allows them to pop. I don’t think you need to change a thing, well done my sweet. <3
    Thanks for your compliment my friend.

    #40208
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks dear Cristina, always appreciated my friend. <3

    #40233
    Lyn Lou
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    I was working on something different, to previous creations, I was trying to emulate a certain style. This did not turn out the same as the style I was looking to create but was pleased with the outcome.

    #40235
    Helen
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    • 66
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    Good morning everyone, thought I would give vectors a try, so I made eyeglasses. Not the best but I did try, it was fun playing.

    #40236
    Helen
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    • 66
    • Junior

    WOW !!!  Beautiful job for all working on March 2020., Hugs

     

     

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by Helen.
    #40249
    Shirley
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    • 126
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    Well done

     

    #40264
    Dorothy Donn
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    • 137
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    While browsing the internet I discovered the on line archinve of the Williamsburg restorations. I looked up the Rogers house and found that the well I was standing next to had been there long before I  was born.  I just had to make a page of that!

    #40268
    Annie Tobin
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    Neat page Dorothy, well done my friend. 🙂

    #40269
    Annie Tobin
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    I think it is a cool result Lyn Lou, abstractingly cool, 🙂

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