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  1. I have. I also down loaded the 8bf file. None of them are showing.
  2. I have. I also down loaded the 8bf file. None of them are showing.
  3. I can't get this to work. I don't see either of these files and I've put them in effects and I don't see anything. I can't even find the 8bf filter. Grrrr...
  4. I'm sure there's a plug-in for this. But I can't find it. I don't know if I even have it in my list of plug-ins. If there is a plug-in, please point me to it. Thanks!
  5. Just wanted to say thanks for adding that feature. Makes things a lot easier!
  6. I used the Cyanotype and turned everything into that blue-ish color. Then I play with the darken / brighten. Then I run it through Pencil. THEN I ink it. Whatever doesn't turn black, I slide the color back and forth to get the effect I want. It doesn't always work for some of the art I do, because I'm turning fully painted color art over to this format. But, I have managed to transfer many and I have two books done and up for sale. Thanks for the advice guys.
  7. I tried that, but it's not doing what I need. I figured out how to get what I wanted though. Thanks all!
  8. Recently, I've been made aware that Adult (Not dirty porn) Coloring Books are a fad. I was told that I should try this. I want to use some of my work for this but I have no idea how I can go about doing it. Can anyone tell me how to turn a color image into a decent looking coloring book page? Thanks in advance.
  9. Exactly. Excuse me for not knowing the proper lingo for what I'm wanting. But yeah... It would be great if you could do that. Thanks.
  10. Can I suggest a toggle for the Wand's strength so that we don't have to click on the bar and hope to get the right strength?
  11. Okay.. Thanks for the input. I do mean to cut an object out. But I always thought it was where you could clip a spot on the image, it would lock in there and you could move on to the next location on the image. Shows what I know, huh?
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