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Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Studio V3 Using the Arch and Sketch Tools to Design

I promised to make a video showing how to create the swirly frame below and some other fun design things. This video will show you how to do some quick and easy design things. The picture below is of the lattice frame and the curl using the sketch tool. I hope you all have fun playing around with these tools and share your creations and discoveries.






10 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for the wonderful videos you post. I have learned much from you.

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    1. Thank you Jean, To learn others are making discoveries with their Studio software because of the videos makes me so happy. Inever get tired of finding new things we can do with this software. Blessings and big hugs, Debbie

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  2. Brilliant tutorial, Debbie. So many new buttons to play with! Very helpful.
    Tine :)

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  3. Thanks Debbie for yet another amazing video. Now for some playtime :) I check out your blog everyday to see what my next lesson is. :)

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  4. Yet another brilliant video. I had played with the lattice tool but didn't quite know how to actually get it to cut properly. I have watched loads of your videos and they are invaluable, thank you so much. Have you done a video with the sketch pens? Im trying to use more than one colour in a design and failing miserably. Also is there a list anywhere of all your silhouette videos?

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  5. Thank you so much for another awesome tutorial. Really appreciate all the work you put into them.

    Have a great weekend
    Gaby

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  6. Debbie.....Thanks for another really helpful video! Just spent a couple of fun hours practicing. There is always such a rush of satisfaction when I learn to do something new on this little wonder of a machine. Thanks for helping the process along. :-)

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  7. Another wonderful video!
    Thank so much.

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  8. Debbie, thanks so much for taking the time to teach me all the little tricks to make designing fun! I am going to download the new edition today. I have been waiting until I felt more confidant and you have helped me with the videos! You and your family are still in my thoughts and prayers! Take care. Big Hugs!!

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  9. Thank you Debbie, so much appreciated.
    Hugs
    Helen

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