You have been cleaning out the attic and you come across an old watercolor painting but the edges are torn and burnt a bit.  So what do you do with it?  How about mounting it on acid free paper and in an old wood frame!


(Smaller than finished graphic.)

This tutorial was created and put on this site on September 22, 2001.
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For this tutorial you will need:

Range.jpg ~ right click and save from below.
PSP 7 ~ Download a trial version.
XenoFex 1.1 ~ Download the trial version.
Texturizer ~ not available for download at this time.
Paint Engine ~ download here.
Woodgrain2.bmp ~ download here, extract to your Jasc Texture folder.

 

Open your range.jpg. Duplicate your original by holding the shift key down and type the letter D once.  Close the original image.

Set the background color  to #FFFEEA .

Image > Add Borders > these settings:

Click ok.

Effects > Plug-in Filters > XenoFex 1.1 > Stain > these settings:

Click the check in the top right.

Image > Add Border > Symmetric & 2 > Click ok.

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