How to create fire paint shop pro?

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Hi guys,

How to create fire paint shop pro? There is a Paintshop pro software installed in my laptop since I think almost a year and I did not try to use it even once. But now I would like to learn and make an experiment about photo editing. Can you teach me how to draw a fire in Paintshop pro application?

Expecting some help, thank you.

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How to create fire paint shop pro?

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Hello Jeffrey,

Thanks for sharing your problem with us. You want to create fire paint shop pro. To create fire paint shop pro you have followed these steps;

1. First of all open Paintshop pro and press control+n to create a new image.

2. Set: 800×600, 72.000 resolution set black color, 16.7 million colors.

3. Select airbrush and set these settings:

4. Set shape:Round, Size:255, Hardness:20, Density 100, opacity 100, step:25.

5. Set the background style to Black-White gradient and then check invert gradient.

6. Right click in the center of 800×600 image. You should now have a big gray looking sphere.

7. Select Paint Brush tool.

8. Go to tool option and then set the paintbrush tool to match these settings:

9. Shape: Round, Size: 32, hardness: 0, Opacity: 100, Step: 25, Density: 100

10. Go to the color palette and select white color as the solid background.

11. Right click several times in the center of the sphere. You should now have a sphere with a single bold.

12. Select retouch tool and set it to match these settings.

13. Shape: Round, Size: 20, Hardness: 0, Opacity: 100, Step: 25, Density: 100, choose smudge on the bottom drop down menu.

14. Now, click and drag from the middle of the sphere out to make the shape of a flame. When you come out with a flame shaped gray image go on to step 15.

15. At the top of PSP click Colors – Adjust – Curves and match the settings shown in the screen shots in the next 4 posts.

Remember, your fire will not look like mine does in the window until you've done all of the last 4 steps.

Regard,

Sunny Thakur

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