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  1. #1
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    Suggestion sought for stickers...

    Hello all,
    I've attached a screenshot to illustrate my question better.

    If I wanted to make a word or phrase as part of an image, other than the ones that AR3 has as defaults (such as pictured here), is there a way to duplicate this effect of a scattered image of a word, such "night" to help embellish the title or theme? Sorry if this has been covered.
    Thanks,
    T
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  2. #2
    Join Date
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    Here's the steps I would do.

    Make the Text in a layer (in red) at the size you want
    Take the Selection Tool and make a rectangle around the word or phrase
    Do Edit, Crop to Selection
    In Layer Panel, click on menu (lower right) and click Export Layer
    Put it on hard drive as a PNG
    Open new Painting
    Click on Stickers Pod
    Click New
    When New Sticker Sheet pops up, Select Group or make a new one
    Give your sticker a name
    In Upper Layer, Click on the rectangle under color and import your text Png
    Click OK
    Sticker Sheet will now have your text sticker
    And Sticker Spray will have it also once you go to the group you put it in.

    Then you can simply spray your text. Make sure Auto Flatten is off in Sticker Spray Settings Pod if you want to move your text to different places.

    Judith

    P.S. This would have been EZ-ier to explain in a Video (LOL)
    See ArtRage2.5 and 3.0 Studio Pro Tutorials:
    http://www.youtube.com/JudithTramayne
    or
    https://www.artrage.com/artragebasic.html

    Children's Book - The Wonderful World of Wunks
    Written, illustrated, animated and narrated by Judith Tramayne

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