by Sandy McCauley | Dec 3, 2008 | Group Viewer
So, Paul C read my blog post and was happy to see that I corrected my previous statement about not being able to edit images once they are grouped. But because I went on to say I wasn’t really sure why anyone would ever NEED to edit while grouped, he sent me a typical example of one of his projects. I was so impressed with his beautiful 3D globe which, by the way, folds up flat to put inside a greeting card, that I wanted to post it here along with a screen shot of one of the pieces, so that you can see why having the internal part safely grouped to the exterior makes a lot of sense. In these very detailed projects, it’s critical that nothing gets misaligned and grouping is a way to protect against that. Thanks, Paul!
Oh, and Paul initially got his designs from this web site company owned by an obviously very creative and talented lady named Sandy Jackson. Be sure to check out her Cool Projects for some terrific card ideas.
Some Assembly Required