Well, let's see, I use to be a digital artist and I mostly used Paint Shop Pro. While I have the Adobe products, I find PSP considerably faster to use. I'm a brush nut and a filter freak, must have thousands of each by now. My style is anything but cute, can't stand cutesy.
I use to have a PSP website called Time On My Hands. But when my father got sick and moved in, I had no time to maintain it, and so, it's gone. I'm hoping to put my shares here now.
I use to be a designer for ScrapGirls (2005-2013). It takes way too long to post every single product, with images to this forum, so all my products made for ScrapGirls can now be found here... www.4shared.com/dir/tIUrBQnB/_…
And I use to run a Paint Shop Pro Yahoo group called Nothing Cute Here for all things PSP (as long as it's not cute). Gave it up for same reason I gave up the web site.
Notice I used the phrase "use to..." quite a bit? lol. During the years of caretaking my father I developed some pretty severe arthritis in my neck/spine and when I finally had time to pursue art, my body no longer tolerated hours in front of the computer. I'm trying my hand at non-digital, hands covered with paint and glue, type art as it forces me to keep my spine moving so I don't freeze up...but I'm not that good at it...yet. Give me a decade or two!
The digital scrap stuff I put here will be free for all uses, including commercial, as long as you get that in an email from me and give me credit. I crave recognition, not money (well, that's not true, I crave money but being realistic here and knowing you aren't going to send any so why waste my time). So drop me a line and ask and send me a link and you'll get it.
And the big question is...what's my screen name mean??? Way back, when the internet first started and there were only three providers (aol, compuserve and prodigy), I wrote a book called A Shopper's Guide to Cruelty-Free Products (Bantam, 1991, still available at Amazon for a penny!). The publisher wanted me to have screen name that fit with the book. AOL only allowed 9 letters at that time and no hyphenation. So Crueltyfre was all that fit. Once I got known as that, I kept it.