Showing posts with tag "Ribbon: Filter".

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Video Tidbit: Neon Lights

This video will demonstrate how to create glowing neon titles for your page.

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Video Tidbit: Cut Up Photo

In this video, you will use the Grid cutter and Straight edge cutter to cut a photo into varying rectangles and squares and then use Color Wash and the Rough painting Artistic filter to give some of the pieces a different look. This makes for an interesting-looking photo.

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Tool Tip: 3D Edge - Filter vs. Effect

Artisan has 2 different ways to apply a 3D Edge. The 3D Edge Filter and the 3D Edge effect do the same thing. While they are visually equivalent, they are functionally different. So how do you choose whether you will use the Filter or the Effect. Here are some things to consider.

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Video Tidbit: On the Shelf

This Video Tidbit is inspired by a blog written by Anne Lineberger on July 13, 2013, and her coordinating sample page (see blog below). In this video, you will edit shapes and use the 3D Edge filter to create shelves for your photos, coordinating embellishments, and even word art.

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Challenge 331: Chalk It Up

Using a shape with just a stroke and the Angled Spray filter, create chalked lines on your page for a fun look.

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Bright Idea 286: Charcoal Sketch

Using a photo for the background create the perfect backdrop to your page. Add the "Show Edges" filter to that photo background and you have an instant artistic charcoal sketch.

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Start2Finish: Road Trip Map

Create a cover for your next trip that gives an overview of your exciting adventure.

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Video Tidbit: Blur It Up

In this Video Tidbit, we will explore Artisan’s 2 customizable Blur filters: the Directional blur and the Gaussian blur.

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Bright Idea 248: Blend A Photo Into Draw Edges

In this Bright Idea, different effects will be applied to three copies of the same photo to create an artistic transition from the Draw Edges filter to the full picture.

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