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barbieq25

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  1. Yep, no crashes but renders pretty rough (jagged?) is it meant to?
  2. Good news to hear! Please pass on our best wishes.
  3. Spider photo is mine It is a slender sac spider.
  4. Crow image found here: https://www.kindpng.com/imgv/JxbwiR_transparent-crow-png-raven-png-png-download/ Tears modified from this: https://www.freepik.com/free-vector/illustration-monster-claw-hand-scratch-rip-through-white-background_10601908.htm
  5. Congratulations winners! Lynxter4 did an excellent job! Well done to the place getters & all who entered & voted.
  6. Thank you Svea for letting us know. We wish your Mum Leanne a speedy recover & big hugs for all the family.
  7. Happy birthday @pyrochild May your day be filled without socks
  8. Have you tried restarting the computer? This happened to me once too. I suspect I bumped some keys. Poor kitty.
  9. Chillies are evil! Try rubbing oil onto your hands & then washing the oil off. Even with food-grade gloves, they are evil things. Oh, did I mention, I don't like chillies
  10. Congratulations to @welshblue & @Pixey! So many beautiful entries. Thank you @lynxster4 for hosting duties once again
  11. I think you nailed it. :D I knew there was more but I just didn't know what else. Way to go @welshblue
  12. Put the car on its own transparent layer. Reduce the size of the car or or do a canvas resize (Image tab) so you can make the blur longer. I used the for this & used Layers > Rotate/Zoom & reduce the car size to 0.69. Duplicate that layer & on the bottom layer run Effects > Object > Trail. Increase the distance (82 is what I used) to your liking but leave the Spacing at 1. Tick Fade Out & High Quality. You could then reduce the opacity of the layer to your liking. I think mine was about 215. If you are feeling very adventurous, put the Trail layer on top of the car & use a transparent gradient to blur just the rear end of the car. I think it might be better to start the gradient from the back of the car. You can always right click on the circular nubs to change the direction if that makes sense. There may be more than one way to achieve the look you are after but I hope this helps.
  13. Yep, I am locked as much as they are @welshblue. Only difference is that I get to sleep at home each night & they got caught. We play jokes & tricks on each other all the time. So now it looks like I will be teaching them to get their learners driving licence. A joke because I am on a medical restriction, won't drive if I can con someone else into driving me, & failed my written test a thousand years ago Q: What’s orange and sounds like a parrot. A: A carrot!
  14. Oh I would so eat that with sourdough bread! Most of the jokes I know are not family-friendly. I guess that is the people I work with What does a farmer use to count his cattle? A COWculator.
  15. Aussies must be the luckiest people since we have both & I have had both. @welshblue you do now
  16. My got to would be Effects>Color>Color Flip/Rotate...plugins but that is the point isn't it of having a program with plugins & plugin developers. That one is one of the Ed Harvey Effects that I have had for years & love! Second choice is Conditional Hue/Saturation but then there are a few to choose from...
  17. Yep, I heard that stamp & the pout too! Seriously, thank you for hosting @lynxster4
  18. Oh the frustration when that happens
  19. Use a fatter text to begin with maybe? You may have to separate all the letters & put then on their own layer & manipulate them to get the size shape you want.
  20. Just a thought...have you tried shutting down & restarting - plug in to power too. There may be something running in the background...Microsoft does updates all the time & Malwarebytes is about to get the boot from me.
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