"Paint Action Sequence (PASeq) or History sequence recording is the way to go if you want to record what you do in Studio Artist and then play it back. The advantage of using the History Sequence is that it will also record anything you do when you…"
"If you open the HISTORY window and click the "record" box, Studio Artist will record everything you do on the canvas. When you are done, you can then click "Play" and it will playback all the steps in the History. …"
Hi All... I find myself coming back to Studio Artists over large spans of time, weeks or months at a time. I'll have dry spells and then see something about an upgrade, or see something that reminds me of Studio Artist, and the next thing I know, the house is completely quiet, dark, and I'm the only one still up. I have no system when working with Studio Artist, and I'm pretty much trial and error, or I should say tweak and undo. Sometimes I end up with something that I truly like and would…See More
"Two observations off the top of my head...First, I understand that this is a discussion on creativity focusing on the "visual" arts. Many of the statements related to the aspects of creativity are bias towards the visual arts. I am not so…"
My name is miss Rose i saw your profile today at(studioartist.ning.com) and fund you worthy to be mine as some one whom i can lay on his arms as long as love is concern, caring and teassing you all the nightlong and ,l will also like to know you the more,and l want you to send an email to my email address (email@example.com) so l can give you my picture for you to know whom l am. Here is my email address I believe we can move from here! I waiting for your mail to my email address above. miss Rose
(Remeber the distance or colour does not matter but love matters alot in life)
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