Open a new image 300 x 500 Tansparent Background. Add a new
layer. Using your Selection Tool/Rounded Rectangle draw a tall
wide rectangle. Flood fill with a wood pattern.
Add a new layer and with your Preset shapes tool. Foreground
color set to white. Line width 20 Antilias checked, Second style
button set to Null. Draw a rectange around the one you just did.
Click on it with your magic wand and flood fill it with you wood
pattern. Go to Effects/3D Effects and apply the inner bevel with
the following settings:
Add a new layer and on the lower portion of the image use
your Selection tool/Rectangle and draw a rectangle the same
width as your image but cover only the lower part for a door.
Flood fill with your wood pattern and apply the inner bevel again.
Add a new layer a using the Selection Tool/Rounded
Rectangle/Antialias checked draw another small rounded rectangle
the same width but smaller. This will be for a shelf. Flood fill
with your wood pattern. Go to Effects/Plugin Filters/Eye Candy/
Inner bevel and apply using the following settings:
Copy this layer and paste it 2 times for shelfs:
Add a new layer. Use your Selection tool/Rectangle/
Antialias checked and draw a rectangle the size of the
cupboard on the top. Then switch to the ellipse tool hold
the shift key down and in the center of your rectangle start
to draw a ellispe that will fill most of the rectangle,
and pull it up so that it will form a circle at the top.
Flood fill with your wood pattern and apply the same inner
bevel we did with PSP.
This page was last updated 09/05/2000