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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

How to use a mask

This tutorial was written by Me.
On 9/17/13.
Please don't copy it or claim it as your own or post it through any group.
You may link back to my blog.
Any resemblance to any other tutorial is strictly coincidental.
It is written assuming you have a basic knowledge of psp and its tools.
It is written using psp X5 but should work in any other version.
  You will need the Pay to use kit Dutch Strawberry Diva, by KP Designs
You can purchase  it  at 
A font of choice
A mask of choice

ok ready?
Open a new transparent image 500 by 500. Flood fill the canvas with white.
Add a new raster layer, select all and paste a paper of choice into the selection.
Or just flood fill the layer with a different color.
Now you can either save your mask to the mask folder in your psp files.
Or just open it in psp and minimize it for now.
Then go to layers, and new mask layer.
then find your mask in the Source Window.
Click ok.
Then if you arent happy with it you can go to layers,
invert mask/adjustment.
To me this is kind of like turning a shirt inside out lol.
When your happy with it, fo to the palette on the side of the screen.
Right click on the mask layer and merge group.
Now make your tag on top of the mask.
Be sure to add copy wright.
Add your name and your favorite text effects.
Crop away the excess canvas, save as a png.
Thanks for trying my tutorial!
I hope your happy with your results. I would love to see them!
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