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  • #28907
    Cristina
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    Annie, thanks, my friend, for your kind words <3 … This plaid is really very nice… I think I made it just once when I was practicing the tutorials from the Lab8-M1… There are so many tutorials, techniques to practice!

    #28957
    Annie Tobin
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    Hello Scrapbook Campers.  I just finished following Cassel’s Doilies tutorial (Classes – Intermediate – Creative Scrap – Miscellaneous – Doilies) and this is my result.  It is a great tutorial with many possibilities for the end result … love it.  Thanks for takin a peek.

    #28958
    Michele aka micfin
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    Annie, that’s incredible! There are so many amazing classes.

     

    #28965
    Annie Tobin
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    Thank you very much, Michele. I agree, there are so many amazing classes and I am really having fun exploring them at the moment! <3

    #28981
    Shirley
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    Over the top live tutorial.

    This was very informative, but I did have difficulty with the brush variance I was using x8.  I haven’t had time to finish downloading all the features of x9 yet. Snow was interesting.  I made it on pic 2 and used it again on pic 1.  Thanks Cassel for these presentations.

    #29022
    Michele aka micfin
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    Shirley, you did a very good job on your pics. I haven’t had a chance to do this class yet, but I’m looking forward to it.

    ~ Michele

    #29073
    Michele aka micfin
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    I just purchased Cass’s Dimension 2 script a couple of weeks ago. The timing was perfect for my gaming group’s them today. SUPERMOM!

    ~ Michele

    #29084
    Cristina
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    Annie, this doily is lovely, and it looks so real!

    Shirley, you achieved a very nice effect on all photos!

    Michele, this script gives an amazing effect! It made the title really stand out.

    #29113
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks, dear Cristina … always appreciated my friend. <3

    #29114
    Annie Tobin
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    Michele, great effect on the title my friend. The script was well worth the purchase, 🙂

    #29118
    Michele aka micfin
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    Thanks, Annie. It certainly was. I can’t wait to use it on some shapes next.

    #29163
    Annie Tobin
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    Shirley, I love your results for Over the Top, well done. <3

    #29165
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks, Cassel for your tips on coloring white lace.  This is my result from your first email (adjust brightness/contrast).  I didn’t use adjust hue/saturation/colorize but instead, I used adjust color/manual color correction which is my favorite way to change color.  Thanks for takin a peek.

    #29167
    Annie Tobin
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    • Superfan

    Here is my result for coloring white lace using Cassel’s lock transparency technique … very effective for bright lace or any brightness really depending on the blend mode you use.  Thanks again Cassel.

    #29172
    Annie Tobin
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    • Superfan

    Oops! I posted the tut/tech challenge here instead of where it should have gone. I have re-posted in the correct place but I don’t know how to delete these posts. Apologies for the double ups.

    #29178
    Annie Tobin
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    This is the result of following the lace edge tutorial (Classes – Intermediate – Creative Scrap – Edges – Lace Edge).  An interesting tutorial that does require a little patience using the Kaleidoscope effect … lol!

    #29182
    Michele aka micfin
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    Beautiful lace, Annie. I don’t think I’ve ever tried the manual color correction. I’ll have to give it a shot. Thanks for the tip.

    #29199
    mireille
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    Hello community !

    In addition to the techniques Carole presents in her lessons, here is another simple technique to obtain geometric patterns :

    1 – In canvas 500×500, make a scrawl with round brush size 10 or some form (e.g. spiral)
    2 – Duplicate
    3 – Close the layer below
    4 – Effects – Reflection effect – Pattern with different parameters (for example see preset pattern)
    5 – Duplicate
    6 – Reapply points 3-4 until you are satisfied and you can combine one or the other or all the patterns previously made
    7 – Save your work for reuse.

    Voilà !

    • This reply was modified 6 months, 3 weeks ago by mireille.
    #29212
    Annie Tobin
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    Mireille, thank you very much for this tip. I shall have a go and see what I can come up with. I am learning so much from this campus … not only from Cassel but also from Campers! <3

    #29214
    Sharon Wilke
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    I recently purchased the Slats Script from the store. After I stumbled upon how to use it, I was very impressed! I used it on an old vacation photo that I had taken several years ago. The slats turned a mediocre photo into something unique.

    #29240
    Cristina
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    Mireille, this technique looks very interesting… Another one for my to-do list.

    Sharon, this slat script really makes a photo stand out… It looks great.

    #29242
    Annie Tobin
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    Great effect with the slats Sharon, well done, I love it. <3

    #29255
    Sharon Wilke
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    I finally took some time out from learning and created another family scrapbook page. I have lots of wonderful stuff from Pixelscrapper and I’ve been dying to use some of it! Their work is far superior to what I’m currently creating. The photos I used are from 1959. They are of my Granny and my Great Uncle, taken in the house my mother grew up in. The house is gone now so these photos are all I have of it.

    #29258
    Michele aka micfin
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    Sharon, I don’t think your ocean photo was ever mediocre, but with the slats, it is spectacular!  Your page is wonderful, too. How lucky you are to have those pics. I use a lot from Pixelscrapper, too. It’s a great resource.

    ~ Michele

     

    #29300
    Annie Tobin
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    • Superfan

    Thanks for the music picture tubes Cassel, they are terrific and after much practice, I was able to put them to use.  I only have a pc and mouse so it took many attempts to get the staff to look smooth!  Another thank you, Cassel, for the fabulous tip on coloring the notes individually using the layer lock transparency and the brush tool … and, I did color the notes to match the photo so it was a very effective and useful tip.  The photo is by Jon Tyson from Unsplash and I thought it was a great photo of graffiti/wall art.  Thanks for takin a peek.

    Oh … forgot to say thank you, Cassel, for the lovely music papers one of which I used for this page!

    #29303
    Michele aka micfin
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    I love it, Annie. You did a great job putting it all together. (I work on a laptop and mouse so don’t feel alone.)

    Did I miss those picture tubes? I searched “music” in the store, but nothing came up. Do you know the actual file name? Thanks.

    ~ Michele

    #29304
    Cassel
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    Michele, it is a freebie available in the Music Theme blog post, here. I am surprised that you missed it! 😉

    #29305
    Cassel
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    • Superfan

    Annie, that Locked Transparency option is something very powerful, yet most PSP users don’t even know it exists or how it can be used. I see you found another tool for colorizing. Another tool in our toolbox!

    Sharon, you might want to add those details (names and date) on the layout. Who knows who will want to look at it later, and wonder who is in the photos. As for the slats, you are right: it can turn an ordinary photo into a spectacular project, but I would say that your starting image was far from “ordinary”.

    Mireille, another way to use existing tools to create something different. Such a versatile program!

    Shirley, I love the birds overlay!

    #29323
    Cristina
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    • Superfan

    Sharon, it is nice to have old family photos to create nice pages and memories like this one!

    Annie, very nice layout! I love your choice of photos for the layouts, and colorizing the notes made a big difference.

    Great work, ladies!

    #29327
    Cristina
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    This is the layout I made to practice the tutorials from the Lab9-Module 05 (Arrow Shape – Colored Bricks – Word Stickers).

    The template is a freebie from Scrapping with Liz (May 2019 monthly blog challenge template). Papers are freebies from DeDe Smith (Magical Fairy Tales). I added confetti, which I made following Lab7-Module 09 tutorial.

    The bow was done with Cassel’s Bow2 Script. It is great to see how the script works… all these little pieces moving around and then turning out to this beautiful bow.

    TFL

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