No Humbug Here…Just Graphics Galore!

If you are looking for some truly GREAT tutorials on how to make things like frames, papers, glitters, sequins and all kinds of yes – GOODIES – then Humbug Graphics Galore is the place to check out!

Humbug Graphics Galore

Spencer, the lady behind Humbug Graphics Galore, has donated a great gift.  For those of you with versions of PaintShop Pro 9 and up, a script for you that will make a 280pt Chipboard Alpha of uppercase letters and numbers 0 to 9 from any standard font (be warned though, does not work very well with swirly fonts).  If scripts are not your forte or you are using an older version of PaintShop Pro, she is offering a set of five (5) Chipboard Alpha Templates (all CU okay) containing uppercase letters and numbers 0 to 9 in 5 different fonts of your choice!

Requirements to Win

To be eligible to win this prize, you need to do the following:

  1. Complete a Prize Entry Form (don’t worry – you have until 11:59 p.m. EST, Sunday, May 8th to fill out the form).

  2. Leave a comment here and tell us what one other post you found at Humbug Graphics Galore that you found extremely helpful and will use.


Carolyn said...

I find all of Spencer's posts helpful! She has the most wonderful tutorials for PSP and I have learned SO much from her. I just can't narrow it down to one post! :-)

Limequilla said...

Oh, yeah, I'm with Carolyn - Humbug Graphics is THE place for PSP info. I look back at some of the old ones and realize how much I learned from her from the very beginning, and wonder if I really can narrow it down to one. I think I will just post my favorite one for right NOW, which comes in two parts:

# Script - How to Record a Script
# Script - How to Add Custom Colors

Tina Campanale said...

I have found so many helpful tips and tuts on Humbug Graphics Galore. The one tutorial I use all the time now is from the August 24, 2009 post "Coloring a JPEG overlay". Before I came across that post, I had no idea what JPEG Artifact Removal or Median filter actually did. Now I know and use just about everyday.

Tiffani Keaton said...

The puffy felt tutorial http://humbuggraphicsgalore.blogspot.com/2009/03/puffy-felt-tutorial.html

dccreations1990 said...

I saw several that were/will be very helpful. Color an Overlay PSP, Puffy Felt - Stitched, and Seamless Glitter PSP just to name a few. Thank you. Chris

Dccreations said...

I saw several that were/will be very helpful. Color an Overlay PSP, Puffy Felt - Stitched, and Seamless Glitter PSP just to name a few. Thank you. Chris

SSheely said...

Especially love the advent alpha's she shares every year..Her tutorials are very easy to read and follow! thanks for the prizes

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