THE GALLERY
PSP8/9/X

This tutorial was written by Jemima ~ January 2007
Copyright 2007 ~ Jemima ~ All rights reserved

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This was created using PSP9 but can be adapted for other versions of PSP.

You will need the following to complete this tutorial

Materials
LEFT CLICK >>> SAVE
hiroshi-sugimoto3.jpg
Vintage_Standing_CarolW.psp
column4.tub
Tin@-6705874_phM.psp
VenetianBaroque.psp
JF_Frame25withimage.psp
JF_Frame27withimage.psp
JF_Frame28withimage.psp
JF_Frame29withimage.psp
Save to a folder on your computer

If you wish to add your own 'pictures' to the frames... download these tubes.
RIGHT CLICK >>> SAVE TARGET AS
JF_Frame25.psp
JF_Frame27.psp
JF_Frame28.psp
JF_Frame29.psp
Save to a folder on your computer

Plugins

** EYE CANDY3 **

http://www.chezkiki.com/les_filtres.htm
OR
http://www.pircnet.com/downloads.html



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Open all your images in PSP and minimize

Open a new image 600 x 450
Transparent background
PSPX: Colour Depth = 8bits/channel

SELECTIONS >>> SELECT ALL

Open up the
hiroshi-sugimoto3.jpg image in your PSP workspace

Right click on the Title Bar and select COPY from the options

Right click on the Title Bar of your tag image
and select PASTE INTO SELECTION from the options.

DESELECT

ADJUST >>> HUE & SATURATION >>> COLORIZE






We'll use the frames with the images...

Open up the
JF_Frame25withimage.psp image in your PSP workspace

Right click on the Title Bar and select COPY from the options

Right click on the Title Bar of your tag image
and select PASTE AS NEW LAYER from the options.

IMAGE >>> RESIZE = 50%
Ensure "Resize all layers" is UNCHECKED

ADJUST >>> SHARPNESS >>> SHARPEN

Reposition with your MOVER tool



EFFECTS >>> PLUGINS >>> EYE CANDY 3 >>> DROP SHADOW




Open up the
JF_Frame28withimage.psp image in your PSP workspace

Right click on the Title Bar and select COPY from the options

Right click on the Title Bar of your tag image
and select PASTE AS NEW LAYER from the options.

IMAGE >>> RESIZE = 40%
Ensure "Resize all layers" is UNCHECKED

ADJUST >>> SHARPNESS >>> SHARPEN



EFFECTS >>> PLUGINS >>> EYE CANDY 3 >>> DROP SHADOW
Same settings


Open up the
JF_Frame27withimage.psp image in your PSP workspace

Right click on the Title Bar and select COPY from the options

Right click on the Title Bar of your tag image
and select PASTE AS NEW LAYER from the options.

IMAGE >>> RESIZE = 50%
Ensure "Resize all layers" is UNCHECKED

ADJUST >>> SHARPNESS >>> SHARPEN

Reposition with your MOVER tool



Select your DEFORMATION tool
Select the "PERSPECTIVE" Mode with the default settings.



Move the top left node to the right, then the bottom left node to the right



Then move the top right node downwards until you end up with
something like the image below ...

Click the RESET RECTANGLE arrow





ADJUST >>> SHARPNESS >>> SHARPEN

EFFECTS >>> PLUGINS >>> EYE CANDY 3 >>> DROP SHADOW






Open up the
Vintage_Standing_CarolW.psp image in your PSP workspace

Right click on the Title Bar and select COPY from the options

Right click on the Title Bar of your tag image
and select PASTE AS NEW LAYER from the options.

IMAGE >>> RESIZE = 40%
Ensure "Resize all layers" is UNCHECKED

ADJUST >>> SHARPNESS >>> SHARPEN

Reposition with your MOVER tool




EFFECTS >>> PLUGINS >>> EYE CANDY 3 >>> PERSPECTIVE SHADOW



Open up the
column4.tub image in your PSP workspace

Right click on the Title Bar and select COPY from the options

Right click on the Title Bar of your tag image
and select PASTE AS NEW LAYER from the options.

IMAGE >>> RESIZE = 60%
Ensure "Resize all layers" is UNCHECKED

ADJUST >>> SHARPNESS >>> SHARPEN

Reposition with your MOVER tool

LAYERS >>> ARRANGE >>> MOVE DOWN



Select your DEFORMATION tool
MODE = Scale

Adjust the side and centre bottom nodes so that the column looks like the
image on the right below...

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EFFECTS >>> PLUGINS >>> EYE CANDY 3 >>> PERSPECTIVE SHADOW
Same settings

ACTIVATE RASTER 1


Open up the
Tin@-6705874_phM.psp image in your PSP workspace

Right click on the Title Bar and select COPY from the options

Right click on the Title Bar of your tag image
and select PASTE AS NEW LAYER from the options.

IMAGE >>> RESIZE = 70%
Ensure "Resize all layers" is UNCHECKED

Reposition with your MOVER tool



LAYERS >>> NEW RASTER LAYER

Choose your SELECTION TOOL
Selection Type = Rectangle
Mode = Replace
Feather = 0
Antialias = Checked

Draw a rectangle as shown below



Go back to the
Tin@-6705874_phM.psp image

Section of part of the tube as shown
(I added a blue background so that this would show up in the example)



Right click on the Title Bar and select COPY from the options

Right click on the Title Bar of your tag image
and select PASTE INTO SELECTION from the options.

DESELECT



ACTIVATE RASTER 4

Open up the
VenetianBaroque.psp image in your PSP workspace

Right click on the Title Bar and select COPY from the options

Right click on the Title Bar of your tag image
and select PASTE AS NEW LAYER from the options.

IMAGE >>> RESIZE = 80%
Ensure "Resize all layers" is UNCHECKED

ADJUST >>> SHARPNESS >>> SHARPEN

Reposition with your MOVER tool

EFFECTS >>> PLUGINS >>> EYE CANDY 3 >>> PERSPECTIVE SHADOW
Same settings



Use your MOVER yool to move the painting above the chair up slightly



LAYERS >>> MERGE >>> MERGE VISIBLE
(Merged layer)

IMAGE >>> RESIZE = 85%
Ensure "Resize all layers" is UNCHECKED

LAYERS >>> NEW RASTER LAYER
(Raster 1)

LAYERS >>> ARRANGE >>> MOVE DOWN

Flood fill with BLUE "
#89b3d3 "



SELECTIONS >>> SELECT ALL
SELECTIONS >>> MODIFY >>> CONTRACT = 20

SELECTIONS >>> MODIFY >>> INSIDE/OUTSIDE FEATHER



SELECTIONS >>> INVERT
EDIT >>> CLEAR
DESELECT





LAYERS >>> NEW RASTER LAYER
(Raster 2)

LAYERS >>> ARRANGE >>> MOVE DOWN

Save as .psp image

Flood fill with whatever colour you are using on your web page or stationery

LAYERS >>> MERGE >>> MERGE ALL (Flatten)

Save as .jpg image

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I used a white background layer (Raster 2) for the image at the top of this tut
and a dark blue background for the one below.
...
I then changed the BLEND MODE on Raster 2 to DISSOLVE
and
the OPACITY to 14%






TESTERS RESULTS



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