Can anyone have too many ribbons and knots in their stash? Never! this script, although it is the 7th for knots, will give you still a different result from the other ones. This script lets you choose a ribbon from your current stash and tie it so you can get a perfectly matching knot and ribbon. How cool is that? Use any version of Paintshop Pro, 8 and up, and you can get this fun, simple and versatile knot out of your ribbon. Unlike other scripts, the ribbon is actually cut in sequential pieces so that if you have a gradient, or a directional design, it will really follow. If you have a translucent ribbon, you will actually “see” the whole path of the ribbon, even the part that goes behind the knot and is otherwise hidden. Even the fold of the pieces will be perfectly matching.
Also, the shading will give that realistic look to the ribbon. In the end, you will get separate pieces that are linked together. Use this feature to insert anything inside the knot. You can tie anything with them. And if you do not have a ribbon to use, the script can create one for you and you will have not only a knot but also a matching flat ribbon that you can use as is, or with another script. This is so neat!
You can get this really fun knot script in my stores: Creation Cassel and DigiScrapWarehouse.
As usual, i have a random draw for you to participate. Check out this thread and add your name while telling me what is the FIRST thing you could think of tying, in a scrapbook layout. I will be back on Monday to announce a winner (Mr Random will do the pick, as usual).
I want you to have a good close look at the knot that this script can produce. I created a basic ribbon, and ran the script on it. You get the flat ribbon AND the layered knot. I reduced it to only 2 layers instead of the usual 8 layers that the script will produce, but you can still insert a ring, a stick, or anything inside that knot. You can get this freebie and use it on your layouts.
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News from the Campus
Yet another reminder that the webinar on Playing with vectors will be held this coming Sunday, March 4th, at 5pm Eastern. You can still register and get reminders, one day and one hour before .
Remember to check YOUR time zone!
There will be a little special for the attendees. Come and join us.
Our Find a Friend promotion for February has ended, and our grand winner is…
Congratulation and i will be in touch soon. Thanks to those who participated.
Last week, we added another tutorial, as we do every week. It was one tutorial to make a digital feather.
I am telling you: some Campus members are doing work that looks much better than what i show in the tutorials! From the requests we got in the forum i am expecting that among the next tutorials to be released, we’ll have some bows and grungy textures. But you’ll have to stay tuned to know for sure!
See you around in the Campus