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Artisan Tip: Mixing Pattern Papers

Using pattern papers on a layout, when done well, your eye moves easily from one pattern to another, creating a good flow. This tip will help you mix patterns that create a visually pleasing design.

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Artisan 6 Tip: Photo Cleanup

Artisan projects can take up considerable space on a computer. The size of the project depends on the number of pages and photos added. With the introduction of the Cleanup tool, the software can remove unused photos from the files of the project – effectively reducing the overall size of the project.

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Artisan Tip: Making Pattern Papers Less Busy

Who doesn’t love all the beautiful pattern papers we get in FOREVER digital art kits? Digital art kits come with the colors and patterns that complement each other. The challenge is using them with photos and keeping the images from getting mixed into the pattern paper.

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Artisan 6 Tip: Searching Content Manager

There are many ways to find your content in Artisan 6. Just like with Artisan 5, you can use Tags and Categories in the Content Panel. But Artisan 6 includes another powerful feature. When you’re in Content Manager, you can use Search. This tip will explore ways to use Search most effectively.

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Artisan Tip: Remove Tools

There are multiple places where the Remove Tools can be applied. Using the remove tool can be a time saver.

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Artisan Tip: Outlining Overlapping Strokes

What do you do when the Strokes on your Text Shapes overlap giving you undesirable results? This tip will give you two techniques that will eliminate the overlap and help you achieve a nicely outlined title. These techniques are also perfect for outlining the word art embellishments in your digital art library.

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Artisan Tip: Increase Opacity

Whether you need to increase the opacity of an element a little or a lot to make it more visible, this tip will help you achieve your desired effect.

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