Silly Pumpkins Construction Kit
I used a transparent image, 400x400 to make the image shown. That gave me plenty of room to play with the various images I copied and pasted to make the silly pumpkins. You can add a background before you make the image, but these supplies show up pretty well without one.
Supplies: Silly Pumpkins Supplies.
The supplies contain a psp image with three sizes of pumpkins and a psp image with a walnut, an acorn and various flowers and parts of flowers. You may use any of these or use your own. Feel free to resize the items as you see fit. Use your imagination and creativity to make your own silly pumpkins - mine are just a guide line. All of these images were made by me, so they are safe to use.
All of these images were created in version 9 and will work in versions 9 through XII (12). You may tube the images to your picture tubes or just do the copy and paste. I saved them as a .psp, so they will be more compatible.
I used a Drop Shadow on each of the flowers or flower parts and the nuts - V: (minus) -3; H: 4; Opacity: 70; Blur: 10; Color: black and the box for Shadow on new layer checked. I think for my images that I made to have the Drop Shadow heavy and more to one side and slightly higher looked best. But you can use any Drop Shadow setting you like. It does look better with the Drop Shadow, as that gives it dimension.
I cropped and resized my images for display here. I also used some fruit for some of my noses and one mouth. See what you can come up with!
Thank you for trying this. I hope you enjoyed it.
All the content on this Silly Pumpkins Construction Kit site is protected by International Copyright laws. If photos or graphics were created by anyone other than Susie, it will be noted and the copyright will remain with the creator. Please respect these copyrights. Any similarity to any other tutorial is coincidental. You may download my tutorials for personal use. You may share them within a group, if you write and ask my permission first. The image you create from this tutorial is yours to do with as you please.
This tutorial/construction kit was written September 23, 2009.
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