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Bi-Weekly Challenge Guidelines - Dynamic Path Objects - Activity Forums Novice to Advanced -- There is something for You - PhotoImpact International Forum
Bi-Weekly Challenge Guidelines (General Forum Rules Apply as well.)
~ Create your original work using paths, and tools such as the Z-tool, retouch tools , paint effects, dodge, burn etc to add detail to your creation.
~ Image size no more than 500 pixels at the widest/longest side.
~ Please post as a transparent .gif OR .png with no backgrounds, shadows or watermarks. (If you wish, reply to your post showing us your completed scene with backgrounds and the works or feel free to share a link.)
~ For the easy of our web mistress, please label files challenge#-yourname (300-susie.gif). More than one, please name in sequence: 300-susie1,300-susie2, etc.)
~ If you animate your object, please be sure to post in the Animation Forum! We would all love to see it!
~ Nice comments and encouragement are always welcomed! Have fun! Unleash your creative energy!
~If you animate a challenge please post it in the Animation Station with a link in this Forum to it. Thank you for your consideration of this matter.
We look forward to see your work!
Joanne and Billie, Co-Moderators
Last edited on Sun Nov 9th, 2014 02:50 am by Joanne
Mike, Anne is correct. Every two weeks, a new topic is announced. You can make whatever fits into that theme as long as you use path shapes. You can use the shapes already in the in the tools palette, take a shape and edit it (almost all my objects start out as an ellipse or rectangle and I edit them), or create a shape of your own. Just have fun doing it!