Additional content for PSP 2018 and up

When you download and install PaintShop Pro, from versions 2018 and 2019, you might notice that there are very few supplies included, like brushes, picture tubes, preset shapes, patterns and such. It seems there are files and supplies missing, especially compared with previous versions. Is that the case? Not exactly. In order to keep the installation file smaller, those supplies are simply not included, so you have to get them yourself. Here is how.

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Workspaces in PaintShop Pro

When version 2018 of PaintShop Pro was developed, in 2017, one of the goals of Corel was to make the program and its interface easier for the users. Newcomers would have a simpler workspace with fewer tools so they would not be overwhelmed. Did that work? To some extent it did, but at the same time, it surprised many regular users who upgraded to that version. Even newcomers might be a bit lost if they try to follow some tutorials that use commands or tools that they can't seem to find.

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Adding Brushes to PaintShop Pro

Brushes are extremely powerful tools in PaintShop Pro and if you go online, there are a lot of resources that you can use to add brushes to your program, however, different sources will offer them in numerous formats and each of them requires you to get them inside PSP differently, which can become confusing. Let's streamline all those options.

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Theme – Sewing

Can you bring a sewing pattern into reality? Do you have a passion for textile transforming into clothes, home essentials, accessories, and the like?

You may be sewing as a hobby or as a career. You may have just sewn your first button or gone through thread like there’s no tomorrow. For some, sewing is a form of therapy. For others, it’s a career they enjoy.

Whatever your take may be, for sure, your sewing prowess deserves a page. Take inspiration from the following layouts.

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Out-of-bound technique

Using graphics programs allow us to manipulate images in ways that would have been unheard of, without those tools or extremely difficult or time-consuming. The Out-of-bound technique is one of those effects that can be done very creatively to enhance various photos. The principle is simple: part of the image looks like it is coming out of the actual picture.

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