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 Lesson 2: Making a Paper

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PostSubject: Lesson 2: Making a Paper    Wed Nov 30, 2011 12:18 am

Few things to remember first:

I
always make a palette before I make a kit. I also make sure I have a
name for my kit, it drives me not to! Have a folder ready for you to
save your papers and elements to. For example for my new kit I have
WP_ANGELSABOVE_FULL I always specify if its full or tagger size, but
that's just me!

* For this lesson I used an overlay with a PNG
layer. Some overlays are JPEG only. TO change them in color, you would
just do the MCB (Manual Correction Button) to change the color.

* Tagger size papers are generally 800x800 and saved in JPEG format

* Full Size papers are generally 3600x3600 also saved in JPEG format

Grab the overlay from here: mediafire.com ?6csc31z2k6g60bf or from 4shared.com/photo/QmZbyXuk/WP_FOM_OVERLAY1.html


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