I've had a busy couple of days, and although I made a card yesterday I can't post it yet. In fact I might be a little bit scarce for the next couple of weeks, depends on how good the internet access is, and whether or not I get a chance to play - practising some more colouring. I won't be able to make any cards anyway.
This morning I took myself off upstairs to finish off a box I started last week but kinda got sidetracked and ended up playing with my Robo again. Last night I had a good idea and couldn't wait to see if it would work. I remembered a cd I have called Sillhouette Sensations by Gwyneth Windsor and thought that some of the images on the cd would be just ideal for converting to Robo files. I chose two files to start with, converted them to GSD files and then cut the images.
If there are any experienced Robo users out there, I would be pleased to hear any hints and tips you could offer. I would really like to know what difference the speed makes when cutting (apart from the obvious!) Whenever I try to do anything intricate and quite small the paper/card tends to tear rather than cut, even though larger areas and straight lines/curves cut beautifully.
Thank you for dropping in.