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Old 03-02-2010, 12:34 PM
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You're absolutely right, Toiny! This is a great tip and something I always do. I usually create a program-specific layered file called DESIGN TESTING so that I can see the effect of the elements when placed on the papers. Sometimes this results in the necessity of recolouring, etc. of papers and/or elements so that they "work well" together. And as you said, it makes it much, much easier to assemble the preview!

PS ... Love the new look!

LilyBelle

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Originally Posted by Piggyscraps View Post
Katlen, I just had a great hint tossed my way the other day (month?) and it's worked wonders for my Designing.

Take a paper in your new kit. Start building your preview on it as you Design. Not only does it help you keep perspective & palette accurate but it also lets you see how your kit is developing and what it still needs. Bonus? Your preview is done when your kit is done!

Smooches,

Toiny