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Tutorial Written 12/04/06

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This is a Vector Tutorial. Easy.

This Tutorial was written in PSP 9. Can be done in any Version.

1. Open a New Image 500 X 500. Make your Background Color #FFFFFF. Foreground Null. Using your Preset Shapes Tool/Ellipse. Make a Large Ellipse. Using the Pen tool, Pull down the side Nodes to form the Body.

2. Add a new Vector Layer. Using the Same Color as your Background. Using the Preset Shapes tool Same setting draw a smaller ellipse and shape like below for the Arm.

Right click on the layer and Choose Duplicate. Then go to Image Mirror and place on the other side.

3. Add a New Vector Layer. And still using the Ellipse draw a small Ellipse for a Head. No Node editing.

4. Add A new Vector Layer Under the head layer. Make your Background a color you want for your Scarf and Your Foreground Null. Using The Preset Shapes tool Rectangle Draw A small Rectange. Rotate it off to the side.

5. Add a new Layer. Using the Preset Shapes Tool, Ellipse. Draw a ellipse and shape it to the Head.

6. Go to the First Scarf Layer and Duplicate it. Then drag the Layer above the Scarf layer we just did. Rotate it the other way.

7. Add a new Vector Layer. Make your Background the Color you want for your Hat. Using the Preset Shapes tool/Ellipse. Draw out an Ellipse and shapes as Shown Below.

8. Add a new Vector Layer. Using the Preset Shapes tool/Ellipse. Draw out an Ellipse and shapes as Shown Below to fit the hat.Keep the same background color. Mine is different below.

9. Add a New Vector Layer. Make your Background White. Using the Preset Shapes Tool/Ellipse. Draw a small Ball for the Hat. No Node Editing.

10. Add A New Vector Layer. Make your Background Black and Using the Preset Shapes Tool/Ellipse. Draw 2 circles for Eyes. Click Apply. Then Change your Background to a Red Color and Draw a small Ellipse for a Nose.

11. Add a New Vector Layer. Make your Foreground Black and Your Background Null. Using the Pen Tool/Size 1, Draw Lines and Poly Lines. Draw a Line across the Face. Then Right click on Both Nodes and Choose Node Type Symmetric. Shape the Smile as Shown Below. Click apply. Then Draw 2 Eyebrows.

Done Vectoring!

12. Go back to your Body Layer. Right Click and Choose Convert to Raster. Go to Selections/Select All/Selections/Float. Change your Foreground to a light Brown Color. Using the Airbrush Tool, with the following settings, Shade around the edges:
Size: 55
Hardness: 7
Step: 24
Density: 100
Thickness: 100
Rotation: 0
Opacity: 24

13. Go to your Arm Layer. Right Click and Choose Convert to Raster. Go to Selections/Select All/Selections/Float. Using the Airbrush Tool, size 55, Shade around the edges. Repeat for the other Arm Layer.

14. Go to the Scarf Layer. Right Click and Choose Convert to Raster. Go to Selections/Select All/Selections/Float. Using the Airbrush Tool, size 35, Shade around the edges. Reduce the Airbrush to 15. Pick A White Color and using the Airbrush tool Spray some stripes on the scarf. Repeat for the Other Scarf Layers.

15. Go to the Head Layer. Right Click and Choose Convert to Raster. Go to Selections/Select All/Selections/Float. Using the Airbrush Tool, size 55, Shade around the edges with a light brown Color.

16. Go to the Hat Layer. Right Click and Choose Convert to Raster. Go to Selections/Select All/Selections/Float. Using the Airbrush Tool, size 55, Shade around the edges with a darker shade of your fill color.

17. Go to the Hat 1 Layer. Right Click and Choose Convert to Raster. Go to Selections/Select All/Selections/Float. Using the Airbrush Tool, size 55, Shade around the edges with a darker shade of your fill color. Repeat the process of adding stripes to this layer.

18. Go to the Hat Ball Layer. Right Click and Choose Convert to Raster. Go to Selections/Select All/Selections/Float. Using the Airbrush Tool, size 35, Shade around the edges with a light brown color.

19. Convert the Face Layers to Raster. Then Go Back to the Head Layer. Go to Selections/Select All/Selections/Float. Choose a Pick Color. Using the Airbrush tool Size 35, Spray some Cheeks on.

Your Done!

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