Someday I hope to grow up and be just like Diana.
Thank you for "digging" that out. I am fairly new to this group and absolutely loved it.
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This is one of the shows I was going to look for and post for your challenge. I still can't figure out how she did that!
Since you've already spent the time searching, I'll just go on and eat the cookies anyway....but I'll be thinking of you and Dianna while I'm munching.
Has anyone tried replicating the masked piano keys?
No, I've haven't seen anything like those piano keys since.
I think you can find the source of that series of masking slides in the show thread. I seem to recall her sharing it but can't be sure of that without going back to the thread and reading it to look for it.
I too loved that effect and still haven't had a chance to use it myself but i was able to duplicate what looked a bit like some piano keys with the inserting of solid colors in a frame. It was a lot of work but I never made use of it.
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I'm glad I got to see this one!
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By coming into this post 'a day late & a dollar short,' some of my favorites are already listed (Barbara's "Chair" and Sandy's "France" is on the top of my list!!) but there are a lot listed here I don't think I've ever seen. I'm going to spend the day watching shows selected in these recent posts!
And, Debbie, I HAD sent this piano template with instructions on how to use it to Mike, but evidently they never made it in the Member Section!! (The piano graphic I re-did for the template was so much better than what I used in this original show!) Guess my email ended up somewhere in la-la land. I'll have to dig through & see if I still have that zip file archived somewhere & try sending it again. If you hadn't mentioned it, I wouldn't have realized it was never posted!
Great idea, Barbara, to have this 'blast from the past' topic!
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Is this not better than trudging around doing what we're all really supposed to be doing?
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