Advanced Lesson, week 3
Since I was unable to convert the required filter (Pool Shadow)
so it would be usable in my PSP, I finally chose to do an older
Advanced lesson - the double mask. I'm using the artwork of Mr.
Jim Warren. I'll keep trying to figure a way to do the elegant
frame that needed that filter, too! *grins*
This was extremely easy to do. The bonus here, was it taught me
a new trick in saving gif's in Animation Shop with the result of
NO 'jaggy's'! Thanks for a fun. fast tutorial that will really help
improve my gifs!
I'm not one who has been captured by the 'frame bug,' but I sure
do welcome the way to show off my first grandchild! *grins*
(But for the record, I hate the title of "Grandma"!)
Destiny is learning to recognize 'Grammy' by sight and sound - and
just accomplished the difficult task of rolling over all by herself!
*chuckles* She did that yesterday, btw - February 22, 2003
- on my birthday. (2012: Destiny will be 10 in just a few days,
and yes, she does call me "Grammy"!! I also have LOADS
more grandkids now, too. My son is engaged to a woman who had nine
children [not a typo] and they recently had their first child together
- so a total of 10 for her, 1 for my son, and Destiny is now a big
sister, too. Which brings my total to 12 grandchildren!)
Advanced Lesson, week 4
Last week's advanced - after several reboot's, I was able to get
the filter to work for me - yea!
Not real sure if I'm happy with the results of this one, yet - although
the technique was quite interesting to learn. And I've seen some
stunning samples in the list!
I decided to try the tutorial again, with a different image - a
desktop image from the series "Charmed," since
it happens to be one of my favorite shows! (And I loved this one,
where Phoebe became a mermaid! *winks*) I'm much more pleased
with the results, using this image! What do you think?
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