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    Rage It With Artrage: Part2 Vignette

    When you have a pretty picture as the one here, you might want some kind of vignetting here.
    This is not a step by step, but a few ideas and tips bundled for you to choose from.
    I give some suggestions here, feel free to add some yourself.
    First make sure you have your picture ready.
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    Last edited by hanzz; 12-16-2009 at 07:24 PM.
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    Then open the stickers, open a library by clicking the button on top and selecting a series from the list.
    Select a brush you like, and paint on a new layer in the colour of the background.
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    Another tip :

    You could open the stencils pod, select a stencil you like, and click on it.
    Place it where needed, and with the eraser you could erase some of the border of the photo, or paint around the stencil on a new layer.
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    Last edited by hanzz; 12-16-2009 at 07:25 PM.
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    Another possibilty is to import a shape you like, or use a stencil. I used the one that was open, inverted it (right click, select invert the stencil) and filled it with black. Then I removed the stencil.
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    On the layers panel, where the black disk is selected, click on the menu icon, and select "transform layer contents", and elongate the shape.
    Choose "edit" and "Blur layer"

    (sorry ,the pictures swapped place)
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    choose a blur level to your needs.
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    Rightclick the menu icon on the layer, and select the option "new Stencil From Layer Contents. Now you have a stencil, you don't need the shape anymore. click on the menu icon again, and select "clear layer"
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    I inverted the stencil, and used it to erase the edge of the picture....
    If you like you can save the stencil for later use.
    (pictures swapped again, sorry)



    Anyone has another great tip ?
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    Great tutorial Hanzz
    Here i've applied your technique but with a painted rough edge rather than a blurred edge for another possible application
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