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Friday, March 18, 2005
Play with your toys: photo shop tools & effects


With any good paintshop program and a little experimentation, you can go from 'meh' to 'cool!' in two seconds flat.


Here is a little cluster of grapes we made.  
We started by making selections inside each shape, then flood-filled it with different shades of a teal color for the grapes, and a well-shaded blue gradient for the leaves.



Grapes being flood filled with color.
 

Finished grapes: flat, boring, bland
 




In a matter of moments and the click of a few buttons, a multitude of various effects are achieved by using the same image.

 


 
  Life is a bowl of cherries when you're having fun!
Go open up your paint shop program and see what you can create.  =)

 



Posted at 05:59 pm

 

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