Hutch

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Created 3/5/2001

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These Tutorials were written in PSP 7.
You can use PSP 6. Some of the steps call for Blade Pro
if you have it. If not this can still be
done with out it. You will need a wood fill
You can find one here: Wood Fills
You will also need the Glass Tube. Unzip it to
your Tube folder. Glass Tube

Open a new Image 600 x 400 Transparent Background.
Add a new layer. Open up the wood background you
chose. Set both Foreground and Background to your
Wood Texture.
Using the Preset Shapes Tool/Rounded Rectangle/Antialias
Checked. Draw a long rectangle. Use the Seclection Tool/
Rectangle and go around the image. Then click in the
center to select it. Add a new layer and go to Effects/3D
Effects/Cutout. Apply with the following settings:

Step 1

Hide the background layer. Click on layer 2 and
right click and choose Merge/Merge Visible.
Name this layer Bottom Hutch. Add a new layer and
the drag it under the bottom Hutch layer. Using the
Preset Shapes Tool, draw a smaller rectangle the same
length as the bottom hutch layer. Go to Effects/3D
Effects/Drop Shadow and apply with the following settings:

Step 2

Go to the Bottom Hutch layer and add a new layer.
Using the Preset Shapes tool same settings; draw a
Rectangle for a door on the left hand side. Select it
using the selection tool. Add a new layer and apply
the same Cutout.

Step 3

Add a new layer and using the Selection Tool/Rounded
Rectangle. Draw a rectangle for a handle. Flood fill
with white and apply a Blade Pro Preset to it. If you
dont have Blade Pro. Flood fill with a brown color and
apply and Inner Bevel to it.

Step 4

Close the bottom 2 layers and Merge/Merge Visible
the door layers. Copy the door layer and Paste as a
new selection. Go to image Mirror and place on the other
side. Then copy and Paste as a new selection and place
in the center. Name this layer Doors.

Step 5

Add a new layer. Using the Preset Shapes Tool. Draw
a small rectangle above the door. Select it using the
Selection tool. Add a new layer and apply the same
Cutout. Then apply the same drop Shadow to it.

Step 6

Next

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