Scan N Cut Saturday Designing Complex Frames From Basic Shapes In Canvas Workspace

March 3, 2018 — 7 Comments

Hello fellow scanners, hope you are ready for another video tutorial as I have been playing in Canvas Workspace again this week.

In this video, I will be showing you how to create complex frames from basic shapes.

Ready to take a look?

No problem, here you go …

Scan N Cut Saturday Designing Complex Frames From Basic Shapes In Canvas Workspace

Isn’t it cool that you can make these two fancy frames from just two basic shapes?!

Anyhoo, as ever, I would like to take a mo to remind you that I am designing this in Canvas Workspace which is the online design suite for the Brother Scan N Cut cutting machine which is exclusively available in the UK from Create and Craft TV, so, if you don’t yet have a machine – please do pop over to the Create and Craft TV website and take a look to see if it would be right for you.

Oh, just while I am reminded folk of stuff, don’t forget that I have a whole punch of blog posts in the archives and a growing playlist on YouTube so if you need a catch up – as I now tend to go a little quicker in the videos – please do have a rummage around, you may just get inspired!

Links to the stuff are as follows:

Right, it’s time to dim the lights, refill that mug and sit back and watch.


 


Ok, thanks for watching and hope that you have a go yourself.

Catch you again next time.

J :)

7 responses to Scan N Cut Saturday Designing Complex Frames From Basic Shapes In Canvas Workspace

  1. 

    Thanks for the tutorial, have followed the instructions and managed to create something similar. Now just need to go solo from start to finish. Thanks again for the help.

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  2. 

    Makes so much sense when pit like that. Cheers

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  3. 

    Excellent, thanks John xx

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  4. 

    Thanks John you have made me want to go and playagain, which I have not done for a while, Thanks xx

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  5. 

    As always a very informative tutorial thanks John x

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  6. 

    As always another fabulous tutorial John xx hazel

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