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    Thanks. It does allow for angular skewing, but not to make any curved changes. Hope it is ok the way I did it, I suppose we can pretend it is a zig zag S.....(use plenty of imagination)

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    I was not able to warp in PSE8, only skew and distort, so this is what the end result is...

  3. #53
    Hi,
    I'm a little late...and had to be very creative to get the warped paper as PSE9 does not have that feature. Here are my step 1 & 2:
    I love the cutout effect and am anxious to see what comes next....
    step 1:


    step 2:
    Last edited by 6grand; 09-10-2012 at 09:29 PM.

  4. how u do ccutout shapes in pse

    cant find ::"Use the tutorial I posted last month to help you poke the holes and add shadows if you like."

    cookike cutter just makes the s hape from paper used na dp shape tool paint shape on paper uisng color chosen
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  5. really would like to know how to do cutouts uisng shaps - ex heart, paw p rints etc, it doesnlt work same way as square/cricle



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  6. #56
    Here is the post from last month with the link: Here's a cute effect I think you may want to try out: http://www.digishoptalk.com/insider/...ed-out-effect/

  7. #57
    Quote Originally Posted by norskinus View Post

    I was not able to warp in PSE8, only skew and distort, so this is what the end result is...
    I think you'll find *warp* in the *transform* menu.. at least that's what they tell me! lol


    I found this post http://www.godigitalscrapbooking.com...5&postcount=43

  8. #58
    Step Three:
    3. OK!!! you now get to find one photo of a person/child and place their *face* behind one of the cut outs. Now take that same photo and make it black and white, then reverse the direction of the photo. IE if one face it looking left then the other is looking right. Place it behind another cut out so that your layout is balanced.

    Post your layout by Tuesday, September 18 2012 The next step will be posted Wednesday, September 19 2012

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    Here's my corrected Step 2.



  10. #60
    Tip: if you want to search a forum thread for a certain post, go to the top of the forum page and select *search this thread* and type in the keyword for your search. IE I wanted to quickly find the post for how you use a warp tool in PSE. I knew it was in last months' challenge thread, so I went to that thread and entered the search word *transform* and it found the thread for me quickly. :) You can search the entire forum as well if you don't remember what thread something is in. It will return every post where your keyword is used, so be very specific. :) Happy searching! :)

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