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Bobbi
02-11-2013, 11:16 AM
This painting is full of stickers made from paintings done with the roller, knife and fill tool. I made the stickers with texture selected. These are the results.

RobertSWade
02-11-2013, 02:28 PM
I'd take a cord if I had a fireplace. That not being the case, I'd hang this one on the wall. Very, very pleasant to view. We all love firewood. It's been ingrained.

semd74
02-11-2013, 09:45 PM
These wood textures are fantastic !!

kenmo
02-12-2013, 03:01 AM
Awesome....

Rowena
02-12-2013, 05:11 AM
Excellent :)

BTW, how did you make the stickers?

Bobbi
02-12-2013, 07:11 AM
Rowena, the painting was done on a transparent background, no grain or roughness, when I was satisfied with the painting I wanted to use for the wood, I opened up "Edit" and I selected the layer content and cropped to the size of the image. I saved the painting as a PNG. You can do JPEG too. Make sure you save it where you can find it. I use the desktop. I opened up the sticker pod and selected "new". When the sticker page opens up, change the name of the sticker and select the group where you want to save the sticker, click in the "color" pane and select the painting you want to use for the sticker. Click on the "texture" pane and select the same painting you used for the "color". Select "Ok". When the sticker page closes, you should see your sticker in the sticker pod.

You can use the sticker spray tool to use your stickers. Open up the sticker spray, then click on "settings". You can find your sticker and use the sticker spray tool.

If you search "Youtube" for Judith Tramayne's tutorials, you can see a bit more clearly the making of stickers.

One of these days I will learn how to do screen shots to show what I do. Hope this explanation helps.

Bobbi

Rowena
02-15-2013, 06:57 AM
Thank you Bobbi :D

Making sticker tuts are out there for sure and one fine day I make the time to learn more... but in the meantime, congrats about the painting which you made into a Sticker :cool: its great!
I had wrongly guessed that you might have used a stencil etc to create that super realistic look.
Great job you did BTW, and thanks :)

eighty+
02-15-2013, 07:48 AM
Hi Like it I Swear I can Smell Wood :confused::D:D:cool: