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That's cool Ann. That's the best I've seen so far with PSP. What plug in are you using?[/b]
It's Almathera, the bewel option... I will try to find it online again if anyone is interested.
I'm still fiddling with it, hopefully I can get it to look even more like yours! I will post how I did after but it's real easy.
I can't find any blending options in the layers toolbox though. Where is that?[/b]
It's a great start!!
Sorry I can't do a screenshot to show you... The blending option is in the layer palette to the right of your screen, under materials. You would go to the Raster that has your glass text on, to the right of that, you will see the eye, then 100%, then it says Normal. Click on that, a drop menu will appear and you can select multiply.
If your Layer Palette is not on, you can turn it on by pressing F8.
After all the steps I mentionned earlier, I do play with the curves editor under adjust brighness and contrast.
My curve looks somewhat similar to Rachel's in the ps tutorial. I will ask dh to help me figure out how to do a screenshots so I can share my settings on that and to do images on the rest too..
I have also adjusted the settings in step 4:
4) Go to effects, plug in, beveller. You can play around with the settings, but what I like so far is:
it's really light, is it better to use a darker color for that?[/b]
Great job on the Sondra one. That one is lighter but I see the glassy look to it, I woudn't change the font color but play around with the curve settings to make it a bit darker.
Thanks for the tip on print screen. I knew it was that, but call me silly, my print screen is like the second thing under another one on the button and for the life of me I can't figure out what to press to get to it.