Showing posts with tag "Level: Intermediate".
Have you ever made a mistake with a custom cut or custom shape creation and decided that the only solution was to cancel and start over? Maybe you ended up with two distinct cuts on one image or needed to combine two custom shapes. This video will help get it done efficiently.
Don't you just love when a page comes together with simplicity, ease and speed. This page can be elegant, sassy, masculine or playful. Just fill with your favorite patterned papers and your story.
Use this clever outline technique to create decorative titles and title clusters for your pages.
Explore the Emboss Filter, an Artisan filter that mimics the look of relief sculpture carving.
Edit a shape using the “Keep Selected” option available in the shape editing menu.
Using a surface filter and the sepia color tool, create fun and quick challenge for a weathered page effect. This challenge is being featured in the Heat Is On virtual crop, August 14, 2021.
Here is a fast and fun way to create a word art and photo collage for your pages.
Use the embedded image editor to keep the characteristics of a live photo holder.
This tip will show you some simple steps designed to help you fill your live shapes exactly how you want to achieve the look you are after.
You undoubtedly have lots of Blueprints and templates in your digital art collection. While some of those Blueprints and Templates were designed for a Double Page Spread (DPS), they cannot be used in a Seamless Layflat project without some extra prep work.
This masked collage is super easy and super fun. This technique will add wow impact to your covers, pages and wall art.
Let your photos take center stage using simple shape editing techniques. This highly repetitive technique makes it easy to add a little WOW impact without distracting from your photos. The Grid Cutter also comes in handy when creating this page. You can also start with any template in your content library.
The Wand is a powerful tool. In past versions of the software, the Wand was a cut tool, and it was a one-step process where you either cut or copied the selection. While it remains on the Cut Ribbon, in both Artisan 5 and Artisan 6, the Wand is a selection tool. Many may be confused at just what that means. It means that you use the Wand simply to select an area of your photo, embellishment or any other element on your page, but then you have to choose what you want to do next using another tool. It is an additional step, but the versatility and flexibility this gives you is so worth it.
This quick page will look like a labor of love as you combine several techniques for a custom look.
This border is super fast and easy to create and add a little decorative detail on your pages. Create a geometric border using lines and patterned strokes and then use the same lines over and over again for a infinite number of border styles.
Do you have "a lot" of digital art? Well, there is not a right or wrong answer. It is all perspective. 100 kits or 1,000 kits can be "a lot." When you have a lot of digital art, there comes a time when you need to manage that art. Nothing is truly stored in Artisan software. Artisan operates by looking at various windows folders on your computer. This tip will review several ways you can use Windows Explorer to manage your digital art.
Using the Straight Edge Cutter you can create a stunning backdrop for your pages. Simple angle adjustments creates a pinched design perfect for showcasing your favorite patterned papers. Cluster your photos on the decorative detail or put one stunning photo across the beautiful backdrop.