Aug 21 2004, 02:27 PM
ok, in PSP, I used the blinds effect, i could only get them in vertical or horozontal, how do you get them to go diagonal?
Aug 21 2004, 05:28 PM
i think you have to use a pattern try searching on google for some or make your own i dont know how to though only in photoshop
Aug 21 2004, 08:51 PM
im not sure but since i use photoshop could it be the same..?
anyways...i would make a 4x4 image
use a pencil and draw diagonal lines when you zoomed really in.
define image as a pattern?
and i guess thats it?
Aug 21 2004, 08:53 PM
You would have to use a pattern.
I'm not exactly sure but, I don't think PSP has patterns.
Aug 22 2004, 12:14 AM
to do the lines that go diagonal
you need to create a new 50x50 square
the background needs to be black
and then click on your paint brush tool
then make sure the forecolor is white
and then just click once in the square
then go to your image and click on create new raster layer
then click on the fore pattern
after that it gets confusing
but if you want more in detail just pm me
Oct 24 2005, 02:53 PM
So it's not blinds that everyone's using? I assumed it was?
Oct 24 2005, 09:13 PM
umm what i did was make a 1pxX1px [or the smallest it goes] [but for me it works better if its really small.] in photoshop then zoom in all the way it goes; then grab the pen tool and then make a diagonal line [one] going from the corner to the end.... and then when you want to put it over an image create a new layer ont he image you want to place it in; then on the page where the line is click select all ; where ever that may be then then go to anyof the menu bars and click define pattern; so then when you are at the image you want to put it on go to like edit>fill>pattern something like that; just look at all the menu things their are; your bounds to find it.
HOPE THIS HELPS!
Oct 24 2005, 09:57 PM
PSP -> Blind = scanlines
[ http://pixelfx.org/tuts/psp/how2patterns.html ]
Except make a diagonal line with a transparent/white bg.
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