Aww, Magda, you know how I feel about you. Sooo...same back<3
And thanks Molly , I think I will try and install it again this weekend (mom deleted it the last time) and then ask for your help.. Okies? I have your msn, so.. If you are there then.. I will be asking! Thanks.
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amyko, I followed your great tutorial on how to blend, but somehow I'm stuck ... I followed step by step, but at stage 5 (5. Drag the gradient tool in the edge of the pic, so it will 'disappear') - when I do that, nothing happens ... I click and drag, but it doesnt move or disapper... hope someone can help
yes, I selected the squaue, but still - nothing happens ... what do you mean with 'drag the gradient tool'? I click 'foreground to transparent' and then click on the pictures and 'slide' (if that's the word...)
Post by PiperxoxLeo on Feb 27, 2007 4:41:40 GMT 10
i am like .. derperat here, to learn about scanlines, to slow, and i don't have the right program.
so! does anyone know if it even aviable to CREATE scanlines with adobe photoshop elements 2.0 or 3.0?
cause in the start, of 2.0 there is a pic of sunflowers, and it has scnlines on it, so , maybe! if anyone could help, i'd be greatful!
happy valentines day, my frineds! <3
Though I do not have PS Elements I am sure you can make patterns with it, therefor you can make scanlines. Just follow Amy's tutorial for it. It's simple. Honestly, I didn't use Amy's tutorial, I used a friends but hers is pretty similar to it.
I'll add images to show you what to do. If it's not the same for Elements let me know.
Open Photoshop. Go to File>New *Image below*
Then set the resolutions 3px by 3px. *image below*
Then change the zoom to 1600%. *image below*
Then open a new image 1px by px and change the zoom to 1600% aswell. Then fill this square with a dark black. *image below*
Then go to your first image window and keep both windows open and drag the smaller black square to the larger square. Then drag (or you can duplicate the layer. Works both ways.) so you have three squares diagonally fixed on the large square. After that you can get rid of the small black square as it's not needed anymore. *image below*
After you have done that go Edit>Define Brush Pattern *image below*
Then give your scanlines a name. Scanlines normally works...haha. *image below*
And ta da, you have scanlines! I'll show you how you can use them too.
Open the image you'd like to add scanlines too. Then go Edit>Fill *image below*
Then select the scanlines pattern and you can mess with the opacity and blend mode you'd like of it. I tend to use smaller opacities as it doesn't look so dark then. *image below*
And tada, there we go! Like I said, you can mess with the opacities and stuff. For that image there, I used 20% and I set it to Overlay and I got this, after I had added a brush and some text.
I hope that was explained well. If you have any questions just ask me.