Homework October Week 3
Welcome to my SLP
Object Alignment, Distribution,
Created by: Doro
This last in a fantastic Vector
series created by Doro Sensen will explore what the Alignment, Distribution and
Grouping features can do for us when constructing a vector image.
Show 2 examples of how you would use or decorate
I used a pink-pale blue gradient to fill the
vector selections. Then I used the Alien Skin Eye candy Glass filter to give
it this semi-precious stone look. Then I inserted the PSP UG image that I
made separately as a new layer and brought that to the bottom ...
For this one I selected
a section of the eye of the feather and copied that. Pasted as a new image
and then made it seamless with 20/20. Copied and pasted that again as a new
image in PSP and selected that as a foreground pattern. I selected the frame
and flood filled it with the feather pattern. Again, a soft glass Eye candy
filter applied... Then I saved it as a tube and made it fit around the image
by resizing the image and moving the frame with the mover tool.
Last I added a border of 5 pixels, flood filled it again with the feathery
pattern. An inner bevel completed the picture.
Enjoy experimenting with aligning, distributing
and grouping to come up with your own personal touches.
For this Kids
Celebration image I formed
2 groups, a top/bottom group and a left/right group.
The champagne glass and party preset shapes are from the PSP 7 anniversary
edition. I used the same settings as we used in the tutorial.
I filled the champagne glasses with a soft yellow/white gradient and a light grey drop shadow.
I then added an Alienskin eye candy glass filter.
The balloons, candles, party hats and streamers were filled with cyan magenta yellow gradient. After that I applied eye candy gradient glow in yellow white shades.
The background is flood
filled with a soft pastel gradient, set with a floral texture. The
font I used is called JL Balloon caps. I placed the metallic bow tube as a
final touch on a new layer and moved it into place. Then I merged all
A lot of text for a
small image, uh?
A tutorial with a lot of possibilities!
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