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PostPosted: Tue Feb 02, 2010 9:12 am 
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Sooner or later, everyone encounters a time when something in a project just isn't working - or maybe it works, but not as well as you'd hoped. So what to do next? Three of the possible options are ...

(1) Backtrack to a point in the project using the 'History' function (or 'Undo') and carry on trying from that point. That's fine unless you've already saved a project.

(2) Carry on and end up with something that is either no good or just isn't what you were aiming for.

(3) Bite the bullet and scrap your first effort(s) and start again.

I've just uploaded a sequence to the gallery which might well look OK, but it isn't what I was aiming for, so I've decided to go for (3).

However, the overall effect is one that I hope to develop and it may be interesting for other users to see a slightly different way in which Artoonix effects can be created.

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