Here is a little fun project I did earlier. I started out with a rectangle bar; I then distorted the bar to make a wavy bar; then I duplicated the bar several times and arranged them in the order I wanted;I then exported the whole thing as I would a finished product; I went to my other program and imported that image; right click "copy"; then I made a circle;then I pasted the wavy image inside the circle; exported the whole thing to another program to remove the white and break the whole image up so that I could adjust or manipulate parts of that image; I took the bottom wavy bar, stretched it and turned it a bit to fit to make the whole thing look like a "Q" then I did a little bit of detail to it; packaged it up and pulled it back into TLC and finished up with the beveled lettering in TLC. THEN.... I used Katie's "security padlock" to secure the image. It really wasn't as troublesome to do as it seems, as alot of the steps I do unconciously without thinking about it.. just used to going thru the steps I guess.