NOTE: This tutorial has very large graphics. To prevent the page from taking a long time to load, I have placed each step on it's own page. I have also used a very handy tool called Picture Dicer by Shoe String Products. This tool cuts an image into smaller parts and then puts them together in a table with all the HTML code necessary. This lets the image load a little faster. You can down load Picture Dicer for free here or here. If these links are no longer available you can email me and I will send it to you, or you can try to email Bill Phillips directly. Hopefully someday PSP will have this a knife tool in future versions. If you find this handy tell JASC that you want it added, and tell Shoe String to keep making great products!
|Select your flood fill tool and open the Tool Options palette. Choose any gradient style and go to the gradient tab. Now click Edit to open the editing menu.|