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Magazine Cover Tutorial

Posted by jacksmum (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 20, 05 at 0:28

I enjoyed this tut:
http://www.3angelz.com/tut_magazine.htm

The feature model is our beautiful two year old niece Cassidy.
If you try the tut please post your results.

Sue :)

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Here is a link that might be useful: magazine cover tutorial


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WOW!! She is adorable!
I hope I get a chance to try that soon. Things are so hectic here right now. Planning a picnic for the weekend and having Gary underfoot I don't get as much free time as I am used to. haha
Judy


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Oh Sue,
That is so cute and beautifully done!
Thank you so much for sharing as I surely will try that one.


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Thanks. The tut isn't easy to follow but I just fudged it and made it up as I went along.
Sue :)


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So cute! I did a magazine tut last year sometime. I'll dig up my result and post it (if I still have it that is).


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LOL If not you'll have to start over and make a new one.
Sue :)


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Here's my try. I fudged a bit too, but I thought it was a cute tut and couldn't pass it up. ;0)


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Zipper,
That is great!
I tried and gave up cause I couldn't understand where she was at and what?
Maybe have to try again when I can think better?
I sure LOVE the end product.

~Urlee~


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Wow. You gals did a great job.
Judy


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Those are really nice. Hopefully, I will be able to try to do one soon.Great work ladies.
Bev


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Zipper that's a great cover.
I wanna be a boy and have tractor races :)
Sue :)


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FINALLY!
After all this time of shoving it aside umpteen times, I finally found out what I was doing wrong and did this "quickie".

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~~Urlee~~


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Nice job Urlee. I still haven't tried that one!!
Judy


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Judy,
You would NEVER believe why I couldn't get it to FADE!!!!!

I am too embarrassed to tell!
It comes from having too many PSP's other than PSP7? "LOL"
Altho I couldn't even do it in PSP7 after using the other versions.
But I would NEVER take 7 off my puter! It loads much faster if I am in a hurry to look up or save something.
It finally hit me last night and me being so dense, didn't see what was happening even tho there were many clues!

~~Urlee


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I still mainly use #7. 8 has some nice features but it bogs my computer down. Haven't even thought about getting either of the newer ones.
J.


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Judy,
I REALLY like X now that it has been working ok.
I like to see my layers with the thumbnail pictures.
Then I know for sure which one I want or am on by glancing.

I'd say PSPX is 3/4 Jasc & 1/4 Corel? I think Jasc made it but Corel added to it?
~~Urlee~~


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WOW WOW and WOW
Well done Urlee
I did that one in Version 7 but it sure was a compicated tut.
Top marks for perservering and patience.
Sue :)


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I love all the magazine covers. They are great. I hope to be able to do this tut soon.
Teri


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