Picnic Table

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This can be done in PSP 6 or 7

Open a new image 500 x 300 Transparent Background. Add a layer
Set your forground color to white.
With Your Preset Shapes tool Antialias Check, Style Stroked, Rounded
Rectangle, Width 20. Draw a long rectangle. With your Magic wand
select the rectangle and Flood fill with your favorite wood pattern.

Step 1

Go to Images/Effects/Drop shadow and apply these settings:

Step 1

Add a new layer and with your selection tool Rounded Rectange/Antialias
checked draw a tall rectangle.

Step 1

Flood fill with the wood pattern.
Go to Images/Effects/Drop Shadow and apply the same drop shadow

Copy and paste as a new selection and paste until you fill up
the rectangle. Should look like this:

Step 3

De-select and Drag this layer under the other layer.
Make Layer 1 invisable and Merge/Merge Visable Layers.
Using the deform tool hold the CTRL key down
and pull the top left corner in until it lays flat. Then pull the
top and bottom middle node in until it looks like this:

Step 4

Click on layer 1 and add a new layer. Draw another tall Rounded
rectangle for the legs. Flood fill with your wood pattern.
Go to Images/Effects/Inner Bevel, and apply the following settings:

Step 8

Apply the same drop shadow again. Go to Selections and select none.
Using the deform tool, hold the CNTRL key down and pull in the bottom
left corner until it looks like this:

Step 8

Copy and paste as a new selection 3 times and line your legs under
the table should look like this:

Step 9

Add a new layer and draw another rectangle across the front of the
legs, flood fill with the wood pattern, apply the Inner bevel again
and then the Drop Shadow again. This layer should be the top layer.
Copy and paste as a new layer and using, your deform tool size it to
fit the back table legs. This layer should be moved under the table
layer. It should now look like this:

Step 10

Add a new layer and make another short rectangle:

Step 11

Apply the same Inner Bevel and drop shadow to this piece.
Using your deform tool rotate this piece until it fits the side legs.
copy and paste as a new layer. Image mirror and move to fit the
right leg layer.
These layers should be under the table layer.

Step 12

Merge your layers Visible. You now have your picnic table.

If you want to make the chair you can find the tut here: Andorndak Chair

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