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Background 1 File – New – 300x300, True Color, White background Adjust -> Add/Remove Noise -> Add Noise (Random, 100%)
Background 1 Image – Greyscale Image – Increase Color Depth – 16 million colors
Background 1 Adjust – Blur – Motion Blur, directions 45, Intensity 40 Image – Resize – 150x150 Adjust – Sharpness – Sharpen File – Save as… Save as – Base.psp
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Background 5 File – New, 300x300, white background, 16.7 million color, white foreground Adjust -> Add/Remove Noise -> Add Noise (uniform, 10%) Adjust -> Sharpness -> Sharpen Effects -> Artistic Effects -> Hot Wax Coating Adjust -> Sharpness -> Sharpen More (3 x )
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Chocolate letters File – New, White background, True color Set foreground: Red: 200, Green: 128, Blue: 0 Font: Bold Impact
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