Pixel Lesson Vine

Written and Copyright @ cacdesigns 2010
This is my own creation; any similarities to other tutorials are
purely coincidental and unintentional.


Move the hand along each step you are on so you don't lose track:



Just left click on the hand and drag to where your at:

1. New image 500 x 300 transpartent.

2. Make your paintbrush settings the same as mine below.

3. Set your foreground to: #004000

4. Start your pixel center of your working image.  Note if you don't see a number for pixels in the examples it means either 1 pixel or 2 you can tell my the length of the actuayl line.

Below are the starting points to  finish.  I did my outlinesin red so that you can see the difference.  

Part1





Part 2


Part 3



This is what mine looks like now:



Save it as a pspimage of a png save so that you can use it again.

Part 4

1.  Use your magic wand and click inside of each circle.  My example will follow.  If you find that the selections go beyond the border of what you made then that means the pixels did not connect so use your color and find were its not connected and connect the lines.



What it will look like after your pixels are connected:



Now that all your circles are selected change your foreground to #718863.  After your done go to adjust/add remove noise/add noise and make your settings like mine below:



Selections/select none.

This is our finished vine:



Part 5 - Flower.

1.  Start new image 100 x 100.  Change your brush setting from 3 to 1 and your background color to #8e048c below are the steps for your flower:

Step 1: Left side of flower.





Step 2:

Once your flower is completed right click and duplicate it. 

Step 3:

Go to image/mirror.  Match up the sides so its a complete flower this is what you should have now:



Once your flower is complete merge it visible.  Save it as a png or pspimage save so you can use it over and over again and color it differently.

Part 6 - Coloring your flower:

1.  Using  your magic wand click in the center of your flower and flood fill with:  #c385ae



2. Selections/select none.

3.  Now change your foreground to: #f7d6ef and make a square outline in the center like so:




4.  Change your foreground color to : #fcaaf3.

5.  Using your magic wand click in each petal and flood fill with your color this is what mine looks like now:



6.  While it is still selected go to adjust/add remove noise/add noise and use my settings below:



7.  Selections/select none.

8.  Right click and copy.  Go to your vine and paste as a new image.  This is were the fun stuff comes into play.  Continue duplicating and moving your flowers around your vine.  

9.  When your finished save your vine as a png to turn in for credit.  This is what mine looks like:



 



 



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