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In today's blog Susie says: Open the distressed paper you worked on in the first tutorial and hide the Botanical Edger layer
I can't find the first tutorial. Can someone help?
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Yes, any distressed paper will do but it looks best on lighter color or pastel backgrounds than dark papers.
Having trouble with creating sketch overlays. The instructions are for CS6 and I use PSE15. No matter what I try everything turns to grayscale including the paper and merges into one layer. Don't know what else to do. I looked under help in PSE and of course there was nothing to help me.
I use PSE 14 and followed the instructions exactly. I used a floral edger to start. Maybe that's the difference or maybe 14 is different than 15. Your sketch will be black and white originally but once you define it as a brush you can stamp it in any color. I always create a new layer when stamping a brush in case something goes wrong.