Feeling inspired!

Saw a tutorial on the Coral page about blending, playing around with photos and got inspired to try out something with my PaintShop Pro! Haven’t used it for a while.

Came up with the idea to blend my photos with paintings I have done. Used some scripts and some effects and these are the first two I made, that I think came out pretty well! It is FUN! Will definately do more!!

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14 thoughts on “Feeling inspired!

  1. Great job! I particularly like the first one, but both are nice. I used to really like PSP when I had it. Nowadays, I’d have to learn something entirely new, and it feels like I have some psychological ‘motvilja’ (I don’t know that word) LOL

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    1. Thanks! Yes that first one is my fave too!

      The PSP I have today is obviously different from the one I loved in the past PSP 9 was my all time fave! But I am liking this one I have now. It’s fun to play around with the photos! And see what I can come up with!

      lol I actually cheated and used googles translate page and they had several words for “motvilja” But I think “Aversion” is the one that I like the best lol

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      1. Yes that is the one I had too and loved so much! I got it from a friend! 😉

        They now have PSP X7 and PSP X7 Ultimate! I were actually looking at the info about them yesterday 🙂

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      2. Heh … good to have friends 😉
        I have something in the back of my mind, that PSP turned much more into photo editing than creating graphics. Do you think it is so?

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      3. I saw they had this in PSP X7 Ultimate ( only in that one ) ” Creative collection

        Expand your creative capabilities with dozens of brushes, textures, and over 100 royalty-free backgrounds. Only in Ultimate, this bonus pack gives you more ways to be creative with your photos projects. ” And I also saw in both the Ultimate and PSP X7 ” Versatile creative design features ” and ” Painting and drawing tools

        Choose from a variety of built-in brushes, including paint brush, air brush, fill and color changer options, or import Adobe Photoshop brushes to bring your digital artwork and creative designs to life. Vector illustration tools let you draw with preset shapes, pens and add text on path.” so you could easily make graphics in them too!

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