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Patchwork Frame



The conversion of this tutorial has been made with permission.
Thank you Mar for your permission.

Description = Version PIX3, but can be done in other versions
Skill Level = All levels of experience
Additional Files = You will need the patterns in this zip fileHERE
Additional Files = You will need the stitched mice in this zip fileHERE
Plus! = You will need the Visman Filters in this zip fileHERE
Author = ©Mars Designs/conversion by Spirit
Note!!!All bevels applied in PI faded the colours so much they looked terrible so I did this only in 2D.<

LET'S BEGIN
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1.Unzip the materials into your selected folder.
Open up PI and install the Visman Filter, close then reopen PI.
If you do not know how to install your filters checkout this tutorial by Debisty.
Here

2. Open the pattern of your choice in PI.Press Ctrl/D to duplicate and close the original.
Go to Effects/Visman Extravaganza/Picture In A Picture set the settings as shown below and click OK.
At this stage duplicate (Ctrl/D) and leave in the workspace.



This is what you should have now:



3.Selections/Select All then right click the image and select "Border" and set as below and click OK.




Edit/Trace Edges/Select Marquee leave default settings and click OK.



Change now from "Horizontal Deform" to "2D. Make the duplicate active go to Edit/Copy, the make your other image active again go to Edit/Paste/To Fit Selection.
Select a dark color from your pattern and set a "Border" of 1.



4.Right click and select "Shadow" set settings as shown below. Click OK.



This is what you should have now:



5.Selections/Select All then right click the image and select "Border" and set as below and click OK.




Edit/Trace Edges/Select Marquee leave default settings and click OK.



Change now from "Horizontal Deform" to "2D. Make the duplicate active go to Edit/Copy, the make your other image active again go to Edit/Paste/To Fit Selection.
Select a dark color from your pattern and set a "Border" of 1.



6.Effects/Visman Natural/Splash! leave the default and click OK.
Right click and select "Shadow" set settings as shown below. Click OK.



Close the visibility now of you "Base Image."
This is what you should have now:



7.Open the "material" image and copy/paste into your image and drag it below the first part of the frame.



Open up the mouse image of your choice copy/paste into you image. Right click/Select All Objects. Right click/Merge As A Single Object. Save now as a jpg.



Your Patchwork Frame is now complete. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial.



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