Bob’s been building again! The Group Tutorial section has moved house and is now an item under the TUITION area of the menu. All the projects are still available for each group and with the original passwords.
A couple of the Galleries and Sue’s Portfolio have been edited to give a grid layout rather than starting a slide show straight away. Instead you can scroll up and down the grid of images and click one. It will enlarge and also give you options to advance or look at the previous image with arrow keys. You will also see the solid “play” arrow icon which will start a slideshow. You’ll recognise a “pause” icon that appears too. On tablets and laptops the controls are on screen. On phones you’ll find a control bar at the top of your screen which stays in that position if you turn between portrait and landscape mode. Try it out on the Let’s Create! Gallery, so new the channel hasn’t really started yet! I did manage to find images from most of the twelve people who have already signed up! A convenient button takes you to the Let’s Create Gallery here. If you like the format compared to Let’s Paint Slideshow please let me know via the Feedback form at the foot of the Let’s Create Gallery page.Let’s Create! Gallery Subscribe to Let’s Paint! or Let’s Create!
The subscribe form has been changed and split into separate months as it seemed to have created a few issues. The green button still takes you to the subscribe area where there are forms for April May and June.
It really helps to keep you up to date if you follow Sue’s website via her blogs. She does regular blogs or posts. It is a sort of newsletter for those who don’t know. On Mondays she tries to give tips and tricks you can use in your own painting projects. To get the updates use the Follow My Blog area. You find it displayed at the right hand side of this page if you are using a PC, Mac, Laptop or most kinds of tablet. On a phone you have to go right to the end of this page. You can swipe down or there is a handy large down arrow that appears at the foot of a page being displayed that takes you downwards!