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Fun Tut

Posted by kyry (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 21, 05 at 7:45

Now don't laugh at mine, it is my first tut in PSP8. I just love this tut and wrote to the author telling her how well it was written. Somewhere I messed up, probably in the positioning of the layers before merge. And she also looks like she just fininshed running a marathon with the way she is panting. But just happy I got up the courage to use PSP8. Judy this would be a perfect place to put your fly tube to work!
Carol

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I like it Carol. She either just ran a race or her heart is beating fast because she just saw another good looking froggy.
Judy


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Sorry I meant Joy's fly tube.
Carol


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Carol,
That is cute. Great job. I love it!

~Urlee~


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Great Work Carol.
Wonderful frog.
Sue :)


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Thanks guys! Ready for another? I couldn't resist, I just love this frog. Same tut, different frog.


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That is cute!!!
Judy


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Great job!!! I can't see your second one, just the first one, but I love it! :)


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That is sooo cute Carol!

Amy----Right click on the red X and choose "show picture"!
I had to do that to her first one.
~Urlee~


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Thank you Urlee, Amy & Julie. That red x happens alot to my pictures. Do you think it has anything to do with where I store them? I have them on Netscape.
Carol


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Those are soooo cute Carol!!

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~Summer
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