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Welcome Örjan.  Hope you will enjoy learning and sharing with us.  Can't believe Easter is only a month or so away, early this year 30th March I believe. Your card is very pretty and cheerful.  :cancan:
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AD Discussion / Re: Pen Tool to selection
« Last post by Majse on Today at 07:46:04 am »
Thanks Teejay - this will be useful  :thanks02:
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AD Discussion / Re: Pen Tool to selection
« Last post by Teejay on Today at 07:42:47 am »
Majse
if you have lots of extra nodes try clicking the smooth curve
it may get rid of a few nodes all at once
BUT be aware in some cases it can warp the shape a  little and if you click on it a few times
it can warp your shape a lot...
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General Discussion & Introductions / Re: Home sweet home...Grethe
« Last post by Majse on Today at 07:08:38 am »
I am glad to see you back home, Grethe. I know what a pain a back can be. I hope you will feel better soon - in every way
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General Discussion & Introductions / Re: The Poet's Corner
« Last post by Majse on Today at 05:54:08 am »
Yeah I need more hours too. I am down with a cold these days. And now I am here and I am so behind in reading and enjoying the drawings  :yay: :look:

Good idea with a page with your animations. It has been hard work so a loss not to show them somewhere
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AD Discussion / Re: Pen Tool to selection
« Last post by Majse on Today at 05:47:51 am »
I would love a beginners tut with the pen tool and the nodes. They are so naughty. I can never control them - sometimes I have hundreds and deleting them one by one takes time  :laugh1:
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AD Discussion / Re: Pen Tool to selection
« Last post by SherylC on February 21, 2018, 06:28:51 am »
Jimmy, I would strongly advise learning all there is to learn about using the Pen Tool. In my opinion it is the best tool in AD and other graphic programmes come to that. The Pen tool allows you free movement, In other words you can draw draw just about anything you want and shape it using the nodes. Another advantage of learning the Pen Tool and it's nodes is that what you lean is transferrable to other graphic programmes as they work to a similar format.
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General Discussion & Introductions / Re: Hello from a Newbie in CT
« Last post by MaryLou on February 20, 2018, 07:47:35 pm »
Hello, Diana!!   Not sure how you found us but... we no longer support PSP.  We tried it for around a while but none of us really liked it.  It's far too convoluted and confusing.  So, we switched the forum and everything over to Affinity Designer (great for vectors)  and Affinity Photo (great for manipulating photos).

You might want to give Affinity Designer a try.  It's a brand new program and still on version 1.  And, not nearly as expensive as PSP.  We have just started a new forum called Do Over Workshop where we are re-visiting all of the tutorials we've done over the last year. This is a perfect time to jump in and learn with us!! :yes03:
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General Discussion & Introductions / Re: Hello from a Newbie in CT
« Last post by Teejay on February 20, 2018, 01:45:08 pm »
hello Diana and a very warm welcome to pirc

you may have noticed that this is no longer a PSP forum
we play with Affinity Designer and  Affinity Photo both  are AWESOME

This used to be a place for psp but we all moved to AD and AP

They are very inexpensive programs and if you are interested we have a relaxed workshop and a challenge area
have a look around  ... and if you fancy having a look there is a free trail to download of both programs .

anyway  nice meeting you.  :yes03:


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General Discussion & Introductions / Re: Home sweet home...Grethe
« Last post by SherylC on February 20, 2018, 11:17:05 am »
Welcome back Grethe. Sorry to hear about your back pain. Pain doesn't make for a very relaxing holiday. I had similar issues with foot pain. Hope your depression lifts soon. 
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Keep on smiling! It will make people wonder what you're up to!! :)