February 20, 2018 | Digital Scrapper News | Volume 16 Issue 8
You don’t know what you don’t know, right?
For example, it seems right to say: When weaving a ribbon through word art, all you need to do is mask away the parts of the ribbon you don’t want to show. This is what I did in the first image below.
But, when compared to the correct way to weave a ribbon--which uses custom shadows--the difference is clear, as illustrated above.
The problem is, you cannot mask away a drop shadow when it’s applied as a style. Regardless of what you do, the shadow will intrude upon the word art making things appear “off.”
The solution is a little custom shadow magic, which is what you’ll find this week in our FREE video tutorial. Check it out below.
See you in the galleries.
Jen White | DigitalScrapper.com
Custom Shadowing--Weaving a Curly Ribbon Through Word Art
Don't take shortcuts when weaving a ribbon through word art. It only takes a few extra minutes to make the weave look real and beautiful.
Take your scrapbooking to a new level by becoming a master at creating exquisite custom drop shadows!
Learn more about the Custom Shadow Mastery Part 1 and Part 2 Classes.