Since I published my very first tutorial: Working with Digital Images 1.1 in Silhouette Studio in December, 2013, I have been getting more and more questions about more complex digital images. And thanks to these interesting questions, I was encouraged to create Working with Digital Images 1.2
As mentioned before, the software is Silhouette Studio and it works with both Silhouette Cameo and Silhouette Portrait.
Please note that I put this tutorial together for educational purposes only and all copyright, trademark, digital file purchase and all related laws apply. Please do not copy or sell digital images from this tutorial, all images are the property of their respective owners. If you would like to share my tutorial, please do so without altering anything and please link back to this blog post — full legal disclaimer below.
And please, let me know if you have any questions / comments / feedback — I’m happy to help!
Enjoy the tutorial and happy Silhouette Studio time!
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