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  • #14882

    Cassel
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    Show off what you are working on in September, be it a scrapbook page, a tutorial, or anything else you want!
    We are curious and want to see.

    #14883

    Leslie Pugs
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    My first EVER scrap page.

    This was such fun to do.

    Leslie

     

     

    #14886

    AprilDawn
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    Hello Leslie, glad you enjoyed doing your page. The frames you have done really draw attention to the lovely photos of your pet dogs. Look forward to seeing more of your creations.

    Dawn.

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    Leslie Pugs
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    Thank you for your kind words.

    Really appreciate your taking the time to post.

    hugs

    #14905

    Marlene Lingham
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    Well done Leslie your page really shows how much fun you had. Love the cartoon dogs peeking over the frames, very clever.

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    Sheila Hogg
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    Great work Leslie, inspiration manifests so much better when you are having fun and enjoying doing a layout.

     

    #14909

    Leslie Pugs
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    Thanks so much for commenting.

    hugs,

    Leslie

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    Cristina
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    Leslie, your page is very nice and the pugs are adorable! I also like your choice of the frames and the clipart of the dog. Well done!

    Hopefully, we are going to see more of your work here. 🙂

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    Leslie Pugs
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    Thanks, Christina

     

    #14928

    Leslie Pugs
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    I hope I did this correctly.

    My work on Module 2.

    I would love some comments about the drop shadows on the paper.

    I am not thrilled with them.

    This was taken when I was in India last December.

    The most beautiful sight in India. No wonder it’s a Wonder of the World. To see it in person was amazing and something I will never forget.

    #14930

    Cristina
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    Leslie, your page is so pretty! I love your colors, papers, the stamps… And of course, the photo of the Taj Mahal. It must have been an impressive feeling being in front it.

    About the shadows, I noticed that some are on the top and others on the bottom…Repeating what Cassel says in the tutorials, we have to choose where the light source is coming from and be consistent with it. Everything that I know about shadows I have learned with cass-Basic Scrap Course 1, and I can only recommend it. It is full of information and easy to follow with videos and written tutorials.

    But the expert here is Cassel and I am also learning something every day.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 12 months ago by  Cristina.
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    Leslie Pugs
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    I have just started the Basic Scrap course. This was my first try at Module 2.

    My mouth almost hit the ground when I first saw the Taj Mahal. It is totally symmetrical. And there is a different look as the sun moves. I’ll have to keep that in mind when I do my next page.

    Thanks for the comments. I appreciate it.

     

     

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    Marlene Lingham
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    Hi Leslie, loved the page, the Taj Mahal was a place I always wanted to visit and never have. I too have problems with shadows sometimes, not so much where they are but the thickness and blur. As Cristina said Cassel has done tutorials about them and there was a Master Class as well which was very good but this was in 2013, perhaps Cassel could re-visit the topic.

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    Leslie Pugs
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    That class sounds good.

    I have just started to do this, so I have a zillion things I need to learn and practice.

    Gotta start sometime, right?

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    Cristina
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    Hi, Leslie, you are doing very good… It would be nice to see more of your layouts. I also have lots of things to learn and practice, and I think that the forum is a good place to do it.

    This project is my attempt to practice some tutorials from the LAB.

    I used the Lined Paper (Lab 07/Module 9); Text Paper and Multicolored Dots (LAB 05/Module 9).

    I added Hand Stitching (cass-tutorial); Arrows (KGArrows.ttf – LAB 07/Module 8) and Polaroid frame (cass-Polaroid Script).

    The red flower is a freebie from ShabyPrincessDesign-Promise Collection. Fonts: Eraser and Kristen ITC.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 11 months ago by  Cristina.
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    Leslie Pugs
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    You did a great job. It’s not “busy” like a lot of layouts can be. Very classy.

    I have only done the 2 so far.

    I need to start Module 3 in the Beginner’s lessons.

    I just listened once to the Module, so will listen again. I also print the instructions.

    Thank you so much for taking the time to post.

     

     

    #15018

    Cristina
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    It looks like that my post disappeared that Leslie commented on,  so I will write again.

    Hi, Leslie, you are doing good and would be nice to see more of your layouts. I also have lots of things to learn and practice and I think the Forum is a good place to do it.
    This is my attempt to practice some tutorials from the LAB.
    I used the Lined Paper (LAB 07/Module 9); Text Paper and Multicolored Dots (LAB 05/Module 9).

    I added Hand Stitching (cass-tutorial); KGArrow.ttf (LAB/Module 8) and Polaroid frame (cass-Polaroid Script).
    The red flower is a freebie from ShabyPrincessDesign – Promise Collection. Fonts: Kristen ITC and Eraser.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 11 months ago by  Cristina.
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    AprilDawn
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    Leslie and Cristina, you both have done very nice projects.

    Dawn.

    #15026

    Leslie Pugs
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    Thank you, Dawn

    I would love to see some of your work, so I can get ideas from other people.

     

    #15027

    Cristina
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    Thank you, Leslie and Dawn, for commenting on my layout. 🙂

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    micfin
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    Nice work, Leslie, especially for a beginner; the Taj Mahal is stunning.

    Cristina, I love how you did the three different background layers. The text layer adds so much to the project.

    Here’s something I just did for my gaming group. Most of what I did was purely accidental as I was trying out different effects. I love when that happens! Other than watching Cassel’s tutorials, that’s how I end up learning a lot. I just dive in and play. 😀

    #15044

    Cristina
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    Hi, micfin, thank you for your comment. 🙂

    I love you layout, the whole composition is great …  skyline, the font, the cartoon… Nice job!

    #15048

    AprilDawn
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    Hello, micfin, your page is great and very creative. look forward to seeing the next one!

    Dawn.

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