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How do you do this?

Post by CalliFriendly on Fri Aug 28, 2009 5:06 am



It has like an outline thing spinning around?

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Re: How do you do this?

Post by Cranberry on Fri Aug 28, 2009 5:07 am

Ohh, the beam? I'll post the instructions in a minute. I used PhotoFiltre.

1. Open your image.

2. Go to Edit > Define pattern.

3. Use the Elipse tool and make ovals around your model, then right-click > Stroke and fill.

4. Choose a colour which isn't in the image to stroke only. Do the width at least on 3.

5. Click the stamp tool and rub out the curves which isn't needed for the beam (check pattern)

6. Open up a rainbow gradient image.

7. Then use the wand tool on the beam.

8. Copy the rainbow gradient and right-click the other image and click Paste in.

9. Validate the paste.

10. Go to Filtre > Stylize > Progressive contour.

11. Choose any colour for the glow, the opacity and width. Be sure to check outside.

12. Finally, do this pattern to finish the beam with the stamp tool:
Over
Under

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Re: How do you do this?

Post by CalliFriendly on Fri Aug 28, 2009 5:09 am

Awesome I'll try.

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Re: How do you do this?

Post by colinpink on Fri Aug 28, 2009 6:42 am

Cranberry, you are really good at making siggy and avvie I will learn many skills from you Thank you !

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Re: How do you do this?

Post by Test on Fri Aug 28, 2009 10:15 pm

Cranberry wrote:Ohh, the beam? I'll post the instructions in a minute. I used PhotoFiltre.

1. Open your image.

2. Go to Edit > Define pattern.

3. Use the Elipse tool and make ovals around your model, then right-click > Stroke and fill.

4. Choose a colour which isn't in the image to stroke only. Do the width at least on 3.

5. Click the stamp tool and rub out the curves which isn't needed for the beam (check pattern)

6. Open up a rainbow gradient image.

7. Then use the wand tool on the beam.

8. Copy the rainbow gradient and right-click the other image and click Paste in.

9. Validate the paste.

10. Go to Filtre > Stylize > Progressive contour.

11. Choose any colour for the glow, the opacity and width. Be sure to check outside.

12. Finally, do this pattern to finish the beam with the stamp tool:
Over
Under

Iye Iye Iye

You've helped me too once again Cran. :] You are amazing at helping everyone with Photofiltre!

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Re: How do you do this?

Post by ashleyzerobear44 on Sat Aug 29, 2009 10:01 am

Cranberry wrote:Ohh, the beam? I'll post the instructions in a minute. I used PhotoFiltre.

1. Open your image.

2. Go to Edit > Define pattern.

3. Use the Elipse tool and make ovals around your model, then right-click > Stroke and fill.

4. Choose a colour which isn't in the image to stroke only. Do the width at least on 3.

5. Click the stamp tool and rub out the curves which isn't needed for the beam (check pattern)

6. Open up a rainbow gradient image.

7. Then use the wand tool on the beam.

8. Copy the rainbow gradient and right-click the other image and click Paste in.

9. Validate the paste.

10. Go to Filtre > Stylize > Progressive contour.

11. Choose any colour for the glow, the opacity and width. Be sure to check outside.

12. Finally, do this pattern to finish the beam with the stamp tool:
Over
Under
Thanks Cranberry .

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