Psp Div3_lesson 175

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This lesson was written by myself


This tutorial was made with PSP 9but can be done with other versions of Psp.
Any resemblance with an existing lesson is a coincidence

Thanks to the tubsters for the beautiful material.

Respect their work, don't change anything about the tubes and don't say they are your tubes

Without them, this lesson would not be possible.

The copyright belongs to the original artist. Leave credit with the creator.

Tube van: Cal ,


Let's start the lesson

Take me with you, I'll show you where you left off.

Open the tubes in a map of your choice or in the program PSP.


Copy the gradient into your psp gradient

Save your work regularly !

TIP: duplicate your tubes and work with the copies


1. Open Castorke Alpha Channel" castorke_les175_alfakanaal.

2. Duplicate ( SHIFT + D )

3. Close the original.

4. Material Properties: Set your Foreground color to color  #ceafc3

5. Set your Background color to color #ffffff

6. Color Palette: Set your foreground color to gradient and select :


Prepare a linear gradient configured like this

7. Flood Fill Tool: Fill the layer with the gradient 

8. Effects/ Image Effects- Seamless Tiling using the default settings

9. Layers- New Raster Layer.

10. Selections/Load/Save Selection/Load Selection from Alpha Channel - selectie 1

11. Open " 2paisd3 "

12. Edit-Copy

13. Activate your work

14. Edit - Paste into Selection

15. Layers- New Raster Layer.

16. Flood Fill Tool: Fill the selection with  #ffffff

17. Selections/ Modify/ Contract  10 Px

18. Delete

19. Selections/ Select none

20. Layers- Merge- Merge Down

21. Effects- 3D- Effects- Drop Shadow with these settings: 3, 3, 100, 25 color black

22. Repeat: Effects- 3D- Effects- Drop Shadow with these settings: -3, -3, 100, 25 color black

23. Activate the bottom of the layer palette

24. Adjust/ Hue and Saturation/ Colorize with these settings: 223 83

25. Adjust-Blur Gaussian Blur-Radius  20

26.Selections- Select All.

27. Layers- New Raster Layer.

28. Layers- Arrange- Bring to Top

29. Effects-3D-Effects-Cutout- Opacity 50 Blur 100

30. Selections- Select None

31. Open  the tube "0_133d18_f3876d0a_XL5 "

32. Edit-Copy

33. Activate your work

34. Edit - Paste as new layer

35. Image/ Resize/ 2 x 85%

Resize all layers-NOT Checked

36. Move to the right side (see finished image) 

37. Effects- 3D- Effects- Drop Shadow with the same settings.

38. Image - Add Borders-Symmetric checked: 10 Px -Foreground color #ceafc3

39. Selections-Select All

40. Edit-Copy

41. Image - Add Borders-Symmetric checked: 50 Px -Foreground color  #ceafc3

42. Selections- Invert

43. Layers- New Raster Layer

44. Edit - Paste into Selection  ( is still in memory)

45. Adjust- Blur-Gaussian Blur- Radius 50%.

46. Effects -Texture Effects- Weave use the settings below

Fillgaps NOT checked !

47. Adjust- Sharpeness-Sharpen More

48. Repeat: Adjust- Sharpeness-Sharpen More

49. Effects-3D-Effects-Inner Bevel use the settings below

50. Selections- Select None

51. Image - Add Borders-Symmetric checked: 10 Px -Foreground color #ceafc3 

52. Open the tube " CAL-2972-081918 "

53. Edit - Copy- Activate your work

-Edit - Paste as new layer

54. Put the tube in its place

55. remove the watermark

56. Effects- 3D- Effects- Drop Shadow with the same settings.

57. Image/Resize 800 Px width-Resize all layers checked

58. Plaats je naam of watermerk.

59. Opslaan als .jpg

I hope you enjoyed this lesson

Am curious about your work. Please send it to me in original size.

Please post it below as an example.

Please do include your name and the lesson number and title.

I'll post it with the other works Here

Thank you for creating the lesson.

Questions related to the lesson ? Or submit the lesson? Mail me

Greetings  Castorke

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