(Smaller than finished graphics.)

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For this tutorial you will need:
Paint Shop Pro 7 ~ download a trial version here.
The graphic and selections zip file ~ download here.

The graphic we will be using for this tutorial is "Fair Rosamund" painted by Arthur Hughes in 1854.

On your mark... Get set.... Let's gooo.....

Unzip the tpframe.zip.

Open hughes1.jpg and minimize it.

Open a new image with these settings:

I filled my first layer with gray so it was easier to see.

Add new layer.

Selections > Load from disk > highlight frame1.sel > click open.

Activate hughes1.jpg.

Click the copy button .

Activate your frame image.

Edit > Paste > Paste into selection.

Selections > Select None.

Add new layer.

Selections > Load from disk > highlight frame2.sel > click open.

(You should not need to copy hughes1.jpg again.)

Edit > Paste > Paste into selection.

Selections > Select None.

Add new layer.

Selections > Load from disk > highlight frame3.sel > click open.

Edit > Paste > Paste into selection.

Selections > Select None.

Close hughes1.jpg and open hughes2.jpg then minimize.

Now pick your path....

Plain or Thorny