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Old 09-11-2006, 11:00 AM   #1  
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Default Inspirations Sheets...

Do you collect the Inspirations Sheets from your demo, and do they really "Inspire" you??? I have a ton of them (but a lot for sets I don't have), and I'm just trying to get ideas from them but am maybe having a hard time seeing anything other than the exact project on the paper. So, if you have them, how do you use them, organize them, etc., or do you just not???
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Old 09-11-2006, 11:08 AM   #2  
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I never knew they existed until I became a demo. I think that the samples on SCS are more interesting than the inspiration sheets. I am a 100% lover of SU -- but the samples in the catalog and in the inspiration sheets tend to follow a fairly predictable formula -- and the samples here by SCSers are so much more detailed and unique.

So, short answer -- no, I don't use them!!
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