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Bezier Tiles

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Patches aka Suzy-Q

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January 2, 2002 1:00 am © Susan's Graphic Boutique

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This particular tutorial is a refresher or a nice tutorial for a beginner to learn to play with the Bezier tool.  Everything needed to do this tutorial (tut), is within PSP itself.  The tutorial is written for PSP7, but I'm sure it's adaptable to other PSP versions.  There is no limit to how many tiles you can make, the only limit is your imagination.  I give you guides, but please feel free to express yourself, you are after all an artist.

1.  Open an image 400 x 400, 72 resolution and transparent.

2.  I'm very much into layers for everything, so add a layer.  Unless it's a really complicated tutorial I usually don't name the layers.  If you hold your mouse over a layer in the layer pallet, it will show you what's on that layer.

3.  You now click on the little paint can (flood fill) pick a gradient style you like.  For this example I just used a red, white, blue one.  now flood fill your layer.

 

4.  Select your draw tool.    Then use these settings for your Bezier curve.