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Acquisition of this file also provides the buyer permission to market physical items that incorporate printed Wink Wink Ink images in to the design as lengthy because the product continues to be personally Hand crafted through the buyer and never by mechanical means or any other person. I don’t place a limit on the amount of hand crafted products the buyer can personally make then sell using my images.
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•The buyer might not sell or else distribute mass printed, products for example stationery, handmade cards, stickers, iron on transfers, images for other crafters, etc.
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•The buyer might not make use of the image to create products to market on print when needed websites for example Cafepress or Zazzle
•The buyer might not make use of the image to fabricate their very own stamps for purchase.
•The buyer might not claim the artwork his or her own
Please be aware: All sales are final on digital files. I’ll do my favorite to make certain you obtain the files you’ve purchased. However, I’m not capable of giving individual instruction on dealing with digital files, software. or apps. YouTube is an excellent source of finding out how to use specific files and programs if you’re a new comer to digital crafting.
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Coloring Digital Images in Silhouette Studio (Digital image by TalulaRouge on Zibbet)
lois paulo: no, its happening after i trace it.
lois paulo: looks like when i release compound path it breaks it up and leaves a space in-between
lois paulo: well i just tried it and failure. i have a digital image of a little frankinstein monster. i was able to trace and color it. here is my problem. the sections are separated with white space that should not be. does this make sense to you? the image is all connected but not once i color it, it is all disjointed…..can you help?
lois paulo: great tutorial i now finally understand how to color a digital image gonna try it now fingers crossed
Janelljos: Thank you for the tutorial! Love it. Sometimes I'm to lazy for copics lol!
Simply Shanta: Such a great video Glo!!! Thank you!!! Shanta
swtlady1: I don't have that machine, but this is a great tutorial.
Jen Evers: Great tutorial! What if you want to leave the lines around her black? Do you have to fill those in too? I like to leave the outline of the original image when I'm coloring them. Thanks! xoxo Jen
elena4 crafts: thats kool too bad i dont have one but its good to know tfs huggz
Virginia Schuyler Waddy: Thank you so much have to try this. TYFS!!
mscookie4369: I'm so getting the cameo you have sold me on it. I can't do this with my cricut. Thanks ohm I love it.