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shakela

Birthday: 1965-01-11
Joined: 2010-01-25
Status: artist
Country: Malaysia
Location: The Place Where My Heart Resides

Uploads: 3177
Layouts: 0





































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Comments (27)

gina101 writes:

Good morning Shakela, sweetheart first of all, please accept my apologies for the lateness in my reply to you, I wanted to thank you for the beautiful gift you made for me here


It's beautiful and thank you so much for being so kind and for thinking of me, I so appreciate you and the time you take to vote and comment on my uploads and to pass by my page and give me some love ... I hope all's good with you beautiful and thank you also for using the background I made, I love it when I see my friends using them, it makes the time spent very worthwhile ... Sending you warm hugs and lots of love and thanks xoxoxoxoxoxo

shonna writes:

this tutorial is from http://psp.anotherjo.com/adding_sparkles.htm
on adding tube sparkles animated..and shapes and how to add them to an image. hope these can help out as well..




Sparkle animated tutorial..


making sparkle shapes...

tararoyal writes:

Hi Shakela,

Melanie asked me the same question just the other day LOL

Here was my reply to her:
(Hope it helps you too)

You asked about how I do some of my lettering.
Most of the time, unless I am using a pre-made alphabet; I use a program called Print Master Platinum 2011.

I think I got it at either Target or Walmart for about $40.
I really like it because not only does it have lots of clip art, the program allows you to import your own graphics also.

But the best thing is the lettering. The program allows you to put "fills" inside the font that you are using. You just upload a texture, background or any kind of graphic and the program places the picture inside the text. From there you can enlarge, shrink or position the fill any way you like.
You can also bevel the text which makes it look raised.
(That's how I do the lettering on my fruit tags).
You can also add drop shadows or different types of outlines to the text.

I didn't know that the program had all the lettering options when I bought the program, so it was a nice surprise :) I had fun playing with it and learning the various options. It also helped that it is fairly user friendly.

Hope you are having a great day/night

asma10 writes:

Hello Shakela, All yew have to do is follow this video.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5_sT6dwmzE
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