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    this is my first attempt at a portrait, i bought the coyote stencil shop 3 , my computer illiteracy gets in the way but im learning,
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    Everyone started from square ONE learning about computers, I'd say you are well on your way. Sweeeeet pattern and cuts. Love to see what other members are working on, thanks for posting your pictures.
    Gloria ............... Two memorable things to say in life, "Hello" for the first time, and "Good-bye" for the last.

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      That is nice! You did a great job especially for a first one. Is the Coyote program easy to learn/use?
      Tammy

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        Lefty, That is a great start! You might want to try GIMP and Inkscape, both are free and I found them easier to use.
        Good luck
        Don R
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        • #5
          after getting that far i found it pretty easy , the next one i try wont have nearly as much detail so it ought to be a breeze there are a lot of youtube tutorials for this program

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