Painting With PSP Tubes
These background pictures are reduced from their original size.
How I Made The Background
You will notice that the tubes usually don't match colors with each other very well, so by changing the hue or the saturation or the brightness you can make them look as if the really belong with each other. I usually use each tube on its own layer. This allows me to move it around or change color or its size without changing what is on the other layers. I normally change the size with the deformation tool after I have placed the tube on its layer coming close to the size I need it to be. By using the deformation tool, I am able to resize it to match other objects perfectly.
These are the tubes I used with this picture, yes I used a lot of them.
If you would like to have them, just
click on the one you want and unzip it to you PSP tube files.
The Framed Finished Picture
As you can see, this has been reduced from its original size.
It is much better to reduce the size rather than enlarge it. Enlarging can
cause your picture to pixilate if you enlarge it too much.
Also, you will note that I replaced the deer from the original picture, only
I moved them to a different place further back.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email me and I will see if I can help you out.
© 2009 Graphics By Ruth