This new script will allow you to slash images or shapes, in addition to add colors or patterns in various ways. Use this to create templates, add colors, make a monogram, and much more. The slashes will be done randomly, so you will always get a different result for every run, even if you are using the exact same starting image and selected options. Get it in the store: Slashes and Colors In order to win these tubes, add a comment on this Facebook post telling us what you could envision creating with this script (remember, add a comment, not just a Like!) The winner will be announced in the newsletter, next week. Not a subscriber yet? Not a problem. You can register here and it is free (and you only get one email per week). For a sample, I created a template made by running the script on a single plain back rectangle. This yielded this template that has random slashes. Use the Clip to It script to quickly fill those areas with your favorite photos very quickly.
Whether you are using PaintShop Pro for digital scrapbooking, for collage, for photo-composition or any other type of project, it is likely that you will be looking for images or designs to use. Finding good images can be tricky as you need to be aware of copyrights and you obviously cannot just go to Google and search for photos online. That is a big no-no in itself and could get you in big trouble, so you have to find a reliable source for those. And this is one of my favorites.
This is another post to see if the template does its job correctly. It also gives the idea whether the line below the title is the right length.
The name “tube” has been used around for several years but has meant something different, in different contexts. PaintShop Pro has a feature called “Picture tubes”, which are elements placed on a project with a click of the mouse. On the other hand, “tubes” have been seen as an element that has been extracted and has no more background, whether that was done in PaintShop Pro or any other graphics program. This has led to common confusions in the use of those elements and their format. Let’s look into this more deeply. Picture tubes from PaintShop Pro As mentioned above, Picture Tubes are elements that can be applied using a click of the mouse after using the Picture tube tool.