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OK I got the node edit thing figured out.  Now how do I add shadowing to an image??


RE: shadowing

One way would be to convert the vector layer containing the vector ovject to a raster layer and then using the selection tool to select individual areas to add shadows or add a shadow to the entire (now raster) object.


RE: shadowing

I understand that part.  What I don't understand is how specifically to create a shadow?


RE: shadowing

What version of psp are you using?


RE: shadowing

I see from a previous post that you are using psp7, so choose Effects, 3d effects, drop shadow. If the option is grayed out then your object is probably raster and in a background layer so you will need to select the object and then apply your shadow. If you want to send me an example, I'll write quick how to for you. If you send me an example, make sure in the subject line that you indicate that you are from the tek-tips forum.


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