This tutorial is made in PXP X Dutch version

You may be wondering what 'a scrapbook' means.
So I went to check with Mac and this was her word of explanation:

"The word "scrap" is actually, piece, rag, trifle. In America, a craze started a few years ago. People didn't just stick pictures in an album anymore, they made all kinds of things with it. Edges around it, bows in it, entrance card in it, parasol out of an ice cream, stamps etc. What you can do on normal paper, can of course also be done on the pc. So now we make a "scrap" via psp. If you open a scrapkit, you will see that there are a lot of layers, backgrounds, texts, ribbons, printers etc. They are all rather big things, but that's nice if you want to make an A4 with them. So now you just go to work with everything loose and attached and make a kind of collage of it. You can do it with a photo that means something to you, you can make a card out of it, but you can also insert tubes or just a picture. Let your imagination work.

Material:

Image, pattern, scrapset, font here

Preset Namesuppressed klik hier (zet deze in een willekeurige map)

Patroon is gemaakt op basis van een brush van 1GreenEye

Filters:

Unlimited 2.0 - Photo Aging Kit

Namesuppressed - Sofner - preset

Xero(SoftVignette)

Richard Rosenman (Solid Border)

Lesson:

Open image, pattern and scrapset in the paint shop pro program. Minimase the fontfont.

File: Open a new image 800x600 px, transparant
Foreground color #c0c0c0 - background colour = pattern and choose my pattern
'@nn_090406_transparent pattern_design_TD_©.psp'
Corner: 0 - Scale: 100

Flood fill with solid colour
Layer new raster Layer
Flood fill Layer with your pattern
Layers: merge – merge visibly
Effects - edge effects - enhance
Effects - Richard Rosenman - Solid Border see settings:

Layer duplicate
Image - Resize with these settings:

Lock this Layer and activate bottom Layer on the layer palette
Effects - Filter Name suppressed - Sofner: click Load and choose preset: 'Dark And Moody.prs' press OK
Activate top Layer and unlock
Effects - 3D effects - drop shadow horz/vert 3, opacity 60, blur 8,black colour
Return to my scrap set, activate Layer 7, edit -copy – paste as a new Layer
Move to the left border
Return to scrap set, activate Layer 1, edit - copy - paste as a new Layer
Effects – image effects -offset see settings:

Activate your image Oriental Caution if you use other image: resize it to same size as Oriental
Image –add borders 1 px black
Now shift + D
Minimize copy
On the original oriental: Adjust – hue and saturation - colorize 0-0
Effects - filter Penta.com - Jeans standard settings
Edit - copy - paste as a new Layer and move see printscreen

Repeat drop shadow
Layer duplicate
Image - mirror
Image – free rotate - left 28, 52°
Effects – image effects –offset see settings:

Activate minimized copy of Oriental (colour image)
Effects - filter Unlimited 2.0 - Photo Aging Kit - Photo Frame 05
Edit - copy - paste as a new Layer
Image rotate – free rotate - right 28,52°
Effects – Texture effects – Texture see settings:

Repeat dropshadow
Return to scrap set, play with the different items
Activate Layer 2; edit - copy - paste as a new Layer
Move, see example, or to your choice
Activate Layer 10; edit - copy - paste as a new Layer
Move, see example, or to your choice
Image rotate - free rotate - right 28,52°
Activate Layer 5; edit - copy - paste as a new Layer
Pin the button upon the canvas
Activate Layer 3; edit - copy - paste as a new Layer
On the card we will write our name
So now Layer palette: new raster Layer for text
Foreground colour locked, background colour black
Text tool with these settings:

Write your name
Repeat drop shadow
Layers merge - Layer merge down (card and name are now merged together)
Image rotate - free rotate - right 28,52°
Move, see example, or to your choice
Activate Layer 9 from the scrap set; edit - copy - paste as a new Layer
Pin it on the card see example
Layers merge visibly
Effects - Richard Rosenman - Solid Border settings as before
Foreground colour = BLACK
Effects - Filter Xero Softvignette standard settings
save as a jpg

Translated by Jille, thanks ! xxx

 

Designs by @nn - Copyrightę - 9 april 2006

 

 

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