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OBJECTIVE: Making Humpty, using selections.
Tools Needed:
Paint Shop Pro 7
Selections needed: here

Step 1
The Wall:
Open a new image, 500 X 500, 16 million colors, with transparent background.
Add a new layer. Layers/New Raster Layer,name it wall bottom. Go to Selections/Load from Disk, select wallbottom.sel.
Set your stroke (foreground) to pattern, find the brick pattern. To do this, go to your Styles palette, click on the little triangle, choose the patterns box, click on the styles box, this will bring up the menu- find the brick pattern and click on it. Flood fill the selection

Add a new layer, go to Layers/New Raster Layer. Name the layer wall top. Then, go to Selections/Load From Disk, select walltop.sel
Flood fill the selection with the brick pattern. Go to Effects/3D Effects/Drop Shadow. Use these settings: Vertical/Horizontal- 1, Opacity- 43, Blur- 1.3, Color- Black, Click ok.

Select None

Go to the Layer Pallette, X out Layer 1, Click on either wall layer. It doesn't really matter which one. Right click on the layer, choose Merge/Merge Visible. Right click on the merged layer, choose rename and rename the layer wall.

Now would be a good time to save.
*SAVE*
Go ahead and save in .psp. Saving in psp format will save all of the layers.

Step 2
The Body:
Add a new layer, name it body.

Then go to Selections/Load From Disk, select body.sel
Change your stroke (foreground) from pattern to solid in the color pallette. Choose white.
Flood fill the selection white. Now go to:
Selections/Select All, Selections/Float.
Go to Effects/3D Effects/Cutout. Set the settings to:
Vertical/Horizontal- 1, Opacity- 48, Blur- 43.7, and the shadow color to black. Click ok.

Here's what we have so far...

Now would be a good time to save.
*SAVE*
Go ahead and save in .psp. Saving in psp format will save all of the layers.

Step 3
The Legs:
Add a New Layer.. Layers/New Raster Layer. Name it right leg. Now go to Selections/Load from Disk, select rightleg.sel
Go to your Styles Palette, click on the triangle, choose the patterns menu, find your pants pattern.

Click on it. Set your pattern scale to 100.. and the angle to 90.

Flood fill your leg.

Go to Selections/Select All, Selections/Float
Then, go to Effects/3D Effects/Cutout. Use the same settings as before. Click ok.
Go to Edit/Copy, Edit/Paste as New Layer, then, go to Image/Mirror.
Click on your mover tool and move your leg into position.

Go to your layer palette, click on the layer where your left leg is, right click, choose rename and name the layer left leg.
This is how your palette should now look...

*SAVE*
Go ahead and save in .psp. Saving in psp format will save all of the layers.

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