Postwork/Backgrounds for Apophysis Images

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This tutorial provides one easy method to create backgrounds for apophysis images and frames for apophysis or any other images. This tutorial is based on techniques using PSP 7 and Flaming Pear's Super Blade Pro.

etomchek on 7:54PM Sun, 01 February 2004


This tutorial will show you step by step the method I use to postwork my apophysis images. Granted, I may add or skip some steps, depending on the image, but this should give you a general idea.

The techniques in this tutorial require Paint Shop Pro (I'm not sure how you would go about doing this in PhotoShop~ but I'm sure its possible) and Flaming Pear's Super Blade Pro plugin (or a similar plugin/effect).

Tutorial Comments

swahabe  6:33PM Mon, 05 November 2007

It demonstrates the excellent work of creativity and professionalism All of this simplified manner With My Regards

blaineak  11:20PM Wed, 10 March 2004

Nice tutorial thank you. Yes it can be done in Photo Shop (easier and quicker) but Paint Shop Pro is the best for casual use.

classyladytwo  4:27AM Sun, 15 February 2004

wonderful tut now to give it a try hopefully I'll get it . thanks for your hard work putting it together for us all.

ksm17  7:28PM Sun, 08 February 2004

Thank you for your efforts. I am going to follow it and (hopefully) learn a lot from it.

Seadreamer  6:12PM Sat, 07 February 2004

This is a clear, easy to follow tutorial for an elegant framing effect. I highly recommend it to any and everyone with ANY type of image to frame. Give it a shot!

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