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This tutorial is intended for beginners to learn how to create a window scene. If you have any questions, please feel free to Email me.
Remember to save as a psp file often!
Download a tree brush file from one of these places:
You will need some images to decorate (but these are optional)
1. Open a new, transparent image, size 500 x 400
2. Choose the rectangle selection tool. Then at the top click on the custom selection icon
3. apply these selection settings: top = 250, left = 0, right = 500, bottom = 400.
4. Flood-fill the selection with the color of your choice, using the paint can.
5. Effects > Plugins > Mura's Filter Meister > Cloud Apply these settings: top color box = white, medium color box = the color you filled with, bottom color box = black, effect = 100, amount = 100, grain = 3, 0 for everything else.
6. Effects > Plugins > Mura's Seamless Patterns > Checks. Apply these settings: Color R, G, and B = 0, Effect = 255, Ratio = 192, Number = 3, Slant = 128, Offset = 0
7. Selections > Select None
8. Effects > Geometric Effects > Perspective - Vertical. Distortion = - 75 (negative), and Edge mode = wrap
9. Choose the Raster Deform Tool
10. Drag the center node down (see pink arrow)
11. With the magic wand, click the transparent area.
12. Selection > Modify > Expand Selection, expand by 2 pixel
13. Layers > New Raster Layer
14. Flood-fill the selection with a brown to make the window sill.
15. Choose the rectangle selection tool. Draw a rectangle selection box so that the left, right and bottom margins are about equal, and that the box runs off the top.
16. Press the Delete key
17. With the rectangle selection box, draw a skinny rectangle to be one of the window dividers. Flood-fill this with the same window color used before.
18. Draw the vertical window slats with the selection tool and flood-fill them with the same color.
19. Effects > 3D Effects > Inner Bevel. Apply these settings: Bevel= pie shape, width = 8, smoothness = 25, depth = 5, ambience = 0, shininess = 0, color = white, angle = 315, intensity = 50, elevation = 30
20. Layers > New Raster Layer
21. Flood-fill this new layer with black, and then drag it to the bottom of the layer palette.
22. Effects > Plugins > Mura's Filter Meister > Cloud. Apply these settings: White, medium gray, black in color boxes, effect = 100, amount = 100, grain = 3
23. File > Import > Custom Brush Find where you downloaded your tree brush. And choose that one.
24. Choose the paint brush tool. In the brushtip selection menu, choose the tree brush you imported. Click on it and choose ok.
25. Layer > New Raster Layer
26. Set your foreground color to black. Left-click once on the left and right side to add some branches. I actually used 2 different tree brushes.
27. Layers > New Raster Layer
28. choose the rectangle selection tool. Set the Selection type to Circle.
29. Draw a circle selection (to be a moon). Be sure part of the moon is behind the branches.
30. Flood-fill it with the same color used in the checks at the beginning (mine was blue).
31. Effects > Plugins > Mura's Filter Meister > Cloud. Apply these settings: white, blue, black, Effect = 100, amount = 100, grain = 3, rest = 0
32. Selections > Float
33. Effects > 3D Effects > Cutout. Apply these settings: Vertical & Horizontal = 10, Opacity = 85, Blur = 25, Shadow color = black
34. Selections > Select None
35. Effects > Plugins > Eye Candy 4000 > Corona. Apply these settings: Glow Width = 15.10, Flare size = 56, stretch = 79, waver = 88, blur = 3, overall Opacity = 100, Color = color of the moon, Draw only Outside selection, Random Seed = 643
36. Image > Add Borders. Color = Black, symmetric, size = 5.
37. Add your tubes to decorate. Add your watermark and text.
38. Save this as a JPEG. File > Export > JPEG Optimizer.
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