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Tut using PSP X

Posted by arosegirl (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 11, 06 at 22:34

This was a very simple tut using my new PSPX, presets and existing tools. It is so different from the other PSPs.
I really love it if I can ever get use to it. I don't know how the black crept around the edges, certainly did not plan it that way. Charlene
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Charlene,
That is darling.
The black lets the lace show up. Great.
Isn't the layer palette nice on X?
Urlee


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Really nice Charlene, I love PSPX! As far as I'm concerned they can stop right there. You will get used to it in no time.
Carol


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Charlene-
I like the black edge. It sets off the white.
I have #10 but haven't had much time to do much with it. Too many things going on right now. Life has got to slow down so I can play.


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Marilyn, I do like the layer pallette, but wonder when I am doing a very large tut and I have a dozen or more layers what happens? Charlene


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Charlene,
I was referring to seeing the images.

You would just have a dozen or more layers showing what is on each one.
You mean of them showing up? You would have to scroll.

Marilyn


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Hi everybody,
I made one too. Charlene gave me the idea for the lace frame - - I probably would not have found it otherwise:
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(Don't ask me why I did not get the black - I was just futzing around!)


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And I made this with my PSPX. I love fish.

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Great going gals!
Gotta love that PSPX!

Urlee


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