Saturday, August 16, 2008

Welding Tutorial (Part 2)


Good Morning Everyone!

After an exciting last few days (illnesses, etc.) I have finally had time to sit down and finish the video for the Welding Tutorial part deux. This one discusses the "and weld" as well as "xor weld" buttons.

The main difference between these options are the results you are left with. If you have 2 shapes and you want to end up with something composed of only the overlapping sections they you would choose the "AND Weld" button.

If on the otherhand you want to end up with something composed only of the parts that did not overlap you will use the "XOR Weld" button.

Of all of the choices, I tend to use the Basic and XOR welds the most, but I think it's important that you know what all of your choices are so you can see what you can come up with.



My puppies (doesn't matter that one is almost 6) are starting to get low on their dog food so I think this weekend we will be going over to their favorite store and pick up a couple of bags. At the same time I will pick up their marrow bones and go to MY favorite part of the store....the Dog Wash!!

It's a section where you can bathe your own dog and it includes the shampoo, conditioner and those cool dryers to remove almost all of the water. Since Toby is short hair with one good shake he pretty much is dry, but Daisy is a lab/border collie(?) mix, that hair REALLY holds onto the water no matter how much shaking she does! I LUUUUUUVVVVVV how wonderful they smell when they come out and how it lasts for a good 2-3 weeks. It also helps that I don't kill my back since the wash tubs are the same ones groomers use at a comfortable height for me.

Well, that's about it for me now. I have some emails I need to get to and some promises I made that I have to keep...so until next time, have a great weekend!

Eddita

PS: I will get this week's freebie file up by the end of the weekend!

2 comments:

Elizabeth said...

Hi Eddita, thanks for the tutorials they are great.

Robin said...

Wow, I like that idea -- a dog wash! Thanks for the tutorial!