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©Crazy Flowers Background

©Susan's Graphic Boutique

Patches aka Suzy-Q

SGB@cfl.rr.com

December 18, 2001 1:00 am © Susan's Graphic Boutique

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My DSB Flux Center tile plugin is Here

I was doing PatK's Plaid and Petal's Tutorial Here 

 I would suggest you do her's first so that you will have the nice tiles to get started on.  I had  completed the tutorial and was getting ready to close down PSP when I took a second look at my presentation.  I just can't not play with everything I do, so here's what I came up with.  This is what I used to present to the class and as the original to this tutorial.  You may right click on this and then hit copy, then paste as new image in psp.

I left this whole image intact.  Then I took the image into PSP, Effects, Reflections then Kaleidoscope with these settings.

After this step I went into Effects, DSB Flux, Center Mirror, with these settings.

I then took this image into Kaleidoscope again with the same settings as above.

And there you have it, this Crazy Flower Background.  Patches and I thank you for stopping by and trying my tutorial.  Here are some samples I made to give you some other ideas.  It's always fun to play with the PSP Kaleidoscope settings and you can come up with so many different looks.