Step 4. Add a new raster layer. Open 'ellipse.sel' from disk.
Using the same settings as we did to floodfill the lace
pattern. Floodfill the ellipse selection. Add a new raster
layer. Open 'border1.sel' from disk and again using
the same settings, floodfill with gradient.
Click Images-Effects-Blinds and apply
with these settings.
Width-5. Opacity-12. Colour Black.
Leave Horizontal unchecked. Check Light from
the Left/Top. Choose Ok and keep selected.
Click Images-Effects-Inner bevel and use the
same setting twice. Keep selected.
Click Images-Effects-Drop shadow
and apply with these settings.
Opacity 100, Blur 3.2
Horiz 0, Vert o.
Step 5. Add a new raster layer and choose
'border2.sel' from disk. Floodfill and apply inner
as before. Keep selected and apply Drop Shadow
with the same settings. Deselect. CTRL-D
Make 'border1' layer active.
Click Layer-Arrange-Bring to the top.
Step 6. Make layer 2 your lace layer active.
Using the 'Deformation Tool' Move the sides
of your lace in and pull the top and bottom
out a bit until it looks similar to mine.
Using your 'Magic Wand' RGB and a Tolerance
of 35. Click the outside of your lace. Selections-Invert.
Selections-Modify-Expand and put 6 pixels in.
Click OK. Add a new Raster Layer and drag it
beneath your lace layer and floodfill with white.
Image-Plug-in Filters-Bladepro. Select 'Gold Glass'
Selections-Modify-Contract and again choose
6 pixels. Hit Delete and Deselect. Ctrl-D
Now would be a good time to SAVE.
Step 7. Make your 'Ellipse' layer active. Select
'Cross' psp image and Copy and Paste as a new
layer, using your 'Mover Tool' center it if
necessary. I have already added a drop shadow.
Select 'Fuchia' psp image and Copy and Paste as a
new layer. Using your 'Mover' tool
place on the center of the cross.
Selections-Float. Image-Effects-Drop Shadow
with these settings:-
Opacity-53 Blur 3.2
Horiz and Vert 2. Colour Black.
Click on the glasses on your bottom layer that
we floodfilled at the beginning to turn it off.
That's it Finished, I do hope you enjoyed
doing my tutorial as much as I did writing it.
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