This tutorial was created and put on this site on October 10, 2001.
It is property of and 2001-2002 to Whisper's Web Works.
Please do not copy or place this tutorial or any of the graphics on any site,
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For this tutorial you will need:

PSP 7 ~ download a trial version.
Redfield's Lattice Composer v1.02 ~ download here.
(Download the "old" version if possible.)
Eye Candy 3 ~ download a full version here or here.
(This is a legal free copy.)
Blade Pro ~ download a trial version.
The Kiss ~ download here.
(Unzip and open in PSP.)
A Globe ~ download here.
(Unzip and open in PSP, minimize.)
Blade Pro preset ~ download here for Blade Pro and here for Super Blade Pro.
(Unzip and place in your environments & textures folder.)

 

Open a new image, 400 x 500:

Click ok.

File > Save as > lattice.psp

Be sure to save your work often!

Flood fill Layer 1 with color #D9D4B6.

Activate The Kiss image.  Click the copy button.

Activate your working image.

Edit > Paste > Paste as a new layer > twice.

On the Layer Palette, lower the opacity of first kiss layer to 50%.

This is what my layers look like:

Activate kiss 2 layer.

Choose your selection tool and set at:

 

Place your cursor at 200,250 and draw an ellipse that is 250,410 in size ~ watch your numbers at the bottom left of your PSP window, the third set of numbers is the size of what you are drawing ~ or whatever size you want for capturing the main part of your graphic.

Selections > Promote to layer.

Activate kiss 2 layer.

Selections > Invert.


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Effects > Plug-In Effects > Redfield > Lattice Composer > set at:

(v1.02 settings)

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OR

(v1.59 settings)

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Click Apply.


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