Thursday, October 15, 2009

Pattern Masks (PSP)

Masks are a quick way to create paper. Here are some for you to get started with. Soon, I will find time to create a tutorial to create your own for those just starting out.
1. Unzip and place content of folder in: My Documents/My PSP files/Masks
Once you have done the above...
2. Open up a transparent image (whatever size you want your paper).
3. Flood fill it with either a solid color or image of your choice.
4. Create a new raster layer and flood fill it with a different color or image of your choice.
5. Click on Layers/Load-Save Mask/Load Mask from disc...
6. Once you have chose a mask you want to use, select LOAD.

If you want to reverse the colors.....check the invert transparency.


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Elle de Mai said...

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Dusty said...

Ohhhh, thank you for this, I knew it had to be easy, so many people make so many papers from photos!
Now I can, if I only figure out how to make masks!!!

Seriously, thank you so much, you've just made my week, no more searching in vain for that perfect paper... :)