Victory Motion Tag

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This tutorial was created for some friends of mine who wanted to begin learning more about PSP.  It is intended for beginners to learn how to use filters.  If you have any questions, please feel free to Email  me.

To do this tutorial you will also need Paint Shop Pro.  I wrote this with  Paint Shop Pro X, but the steps may also be done in any version.  You may download a free trial at Corel.

Remember to save as a psp file often!

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Dale Earnhardt Tubes                 Tony Stewart Tubes              Jeff Gordon Tubes

Download Eye Candy 4

1.  Open a new, transparent image, size = 400 x 200.

2.  Flood-fill it with white

3.  Effects > Plugins > Mura's Seamless > Checks.   Apply these settings: 0, 0, 0, 255, 194, 3, 120, 0

4.  Layers > new Mask Layer > Show All

5.  Choose gradient, bgw set at angle = 90,  Repeats =0, Invert CHECKED

6.  Your background should look like this

7.  Right-click on the background and choose Merge > Merge Group

8.  Image > Canvas Size.  Width & Height = 600

9.  Effects > Geometric Effects > Perspective-Horizontal.  Distortion = - 25, Transparent

10.  Choose the pick tool (located with the mover tool)

11.  The pick tool  places a vector box around the graphic.  Grab the center handle and drag upwards to rotate the checkered background

12.  Open up a car tube.  Copy > Edit.  Click back on the checkered background.  Edit > Paste as a New Layer

13.  You may have to resize the car:  Image > Resize, Resize All Layers UNCHECKED

14.  Right-click on the car layer and choose Duplicate

15.  Click on the bottom car layer.  Effects > Plugins > Eye Candy 4000 > Motion Trail.  Apply these settings.

16.  Open the victory driver tube.  Edit > Copy.  Click back on the background image.  Edit > Paste as a new Layer.  With the mover tool, move the tube into position.  Drag this layer BELOW the car layers.

17.  Layers > merge > merge All (Flatten).  You will need to use this setting because of the semi-transparent blur on the car.

18.  With the selection tool, draw a box close around the tag.  Image > Crop to Selection

19.  Add your watermark and your name.

20.  Save as a JPEG.  File > Export > JPEG Optimizer





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