Promotion for free masks

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Are you interested in these masks ?

Yes, i can't wait !!!
Nope, thanks.
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Promotion for free masks

Postby thedom » Sun May 07, 2006 3:19 pm

I just made a little presentation to be sure the masks I made are ok...

While I was doing it, i thought it would be a nice thing to share it with you.

I made a little promo ;) demo.

Here it is.

If you like my masks and want to use them, I will post them in the "member created Files" section.

Thanks for the feed back.

PS : btw, the caption interactivity ( link to this site :wink: ) doesn't work :roll:
Did some of you ever used this feature. Did it work for you ?

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Re: Promotion for free masks

Postby marmart » Mon May 08, 2006 3:20 am

I can't believe are on what, day 6 or 7 of owning PSP and look what you have done so far!! :o I love these masks, although I don't very often use the 16:9 set-up, I thought they were very cool. You must live in Europe??

Thanks for sharing and I look forward to your next thing.


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Postby nannybear » Mon May 08, 2006 3:42 pm


Very impressive. I can what masks do now. Not sure how to make or work with them but hopefully I will learn soon. thanks for your creativity

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Postby briancbb » Tue May 09, 2006 1:11 am


Very good masks. They always come in handy. Zooms/pans look so much better when they are constrained within a mask.

Similar to mine, but yes please post them.

As for the links, the top link did not work, but the 'click on above ...' worked as the link. Second time around both seemed to work as links to this site :roll:


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Postby thedom » Tue May 09, 2006 8:01 am

Thanks to all of you for your feedbacks.

marmart wrote:You must live in Europe??

Yes, France (Paris).
How did you guess ? :shock:

marmart wrote:Thanks for sharing and I look forward to your next thing.

I have a very nice and new effect in mind (I personnaly never saw it on a show).
But as I go to the movie tonight (will go watch C.R.A.Z.Y), i will probably do it an post it in a couple of days... :wink:

And btw, I will post my 16:9 masks at the same time.

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