Tutorial on creating Opaque Backgrounds
Creat a new image. The one below is 200 x 200 and I have placed a tube image in the middle.
Be sure to have lots of blank area around your object so you can make the tile seamless.
Colors - Greyscale (to change image to black and white).
Select area on your image,
note that you must have a large amount of space
all around your image or you will get an error message
If necessary Image add borders set to 50 and sysmetric might help
then do a selection convert to seamless tile.
Psp will do it's thing and create a new image
If you get the cannot create seamless add more borders and try again.
Just save your image and you are done.
To view a page with this background click here If you don't like it continue!!
Want the image to be a lot lighter. Then do the following:
Edit undo the convert to seamless tile step above:
In the layer command or palette box, right click on the background layer and then click on promote to layer. The name of the layer will change from background to layer#.
Now you can change the opacity of the layer my moving the slider to the left.
You may need to experiment (the final one I did for this page had the slider at 25.
Then you do the convert to seamless tile thing (Selection the area, selections/convert to seamless tile.
Don't forget to save your new image. I would also save the other image as a psp so you can go back to it and adjust the opacity to suit your page.
now click to see the new page
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