I am now quite annoyed with you! I was happily rolling along until I discovered Photoshop and digital collage! Your new page is awesome and you're right, I am hooked on making these digital stamps (and all kinds of other stuff). I just looked at the site where you can download all the brushes. I cannot wait to start incoporating some of those! Sally White. Nevada
I just palyed around with the brushes tutorial you posted I don't think I will ever sleep again.Wow is this fun! Thank you very much for opening my eye to a new toy. Attached are my first attempts. Pat Winter.
Here is my first attempt at digital stamps, two photos my husband and I took, the Bistro front is from Paris Nov 04 and the face is a photo at
Hestercombe Gardens in Somerset U.K. Viv Halliwell
Here are stamps created by some of you who got the bug after trying out the 'make your own digital stamps tutorial' (previous page) They show, how even with digital tools, each person's style can still show through. Its a really great way for experimentation and crossing over your lines. I hope you'll give it a go and send yours in too. email@example.com.
Now that the festivities are over, I've had time to make a start. Here's the first try- and thanks again for a wonderful tutorial!
Your workshop in December couldn't have been timed better. I received Paint Shop Pro for Christmas and I used your tutorial whilst I was trying to find my way around it. Pat Thornhill
I made these with my ancient PhotoDeluxe by Adobe. Had lots of fun playing with the different layers.
I tried to create a little story line for each, mostly in my head. Enjoyed this new idea and hope to use more in my art as I gain more expertise
Lilla Le Vine
I loved your tutorial. I will use the information with my high school art students. I found your site today, and I am in heaven.Thank you so much. In addition, feel free to use this image. Deborah Lane.
Had to share this with you, been playing around with your wonderful
tutorial for brushes, hope you like the results,
Judy Scott xx