14 Rename this new layer to be Golfer Image 15 Use the same procedure as above

14 rename this new layer to be golfer image 15 use

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14. Rename this new layer to be Golfer Image 15. Use the same procedure as above to add a black outline of 1-2 px to the golfer and save your file. Gradients 16. Click twice or double click on the Green Background layer to select it. Click the Add Pixel Layer (Checkerboard icon) button at the bottom of the Layers panel. This will add a new layer immediately above the green background layer. Make sure this new layer is selected.
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22 17. In the Tools Palette on the left, click the gradient tool icon which is a colour wheel with a diagonal arrow: 18. Click and hold down the mouse button somewhere on the left side of the canvas and drag the cursor across to the right while holding down the clicker. As you drag, you will see a grayscale gradient over the background. Release the button. Try this again but this time draw from bottom right side of the canvas to top left side of the canvas and then release. 19. Try this again but this time, drag from the middle left side of the canvas to the middle right side of the canvas and make sure you hold the Shift key to lock the gradient angle in to completely horizontal. Then let go near the right side to add that gradient. 20. At the top, just under the Options Bar, click the gradient rectangle icon. 21. The window that pops up shows you the gradient settings and allows you to easily change the colours and other settings. Click on the left circle in the white region. 22. Now click the Color picker, currently a white rectangle, and select a green instead.
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23 23. Click back on the Gradient settings panel and click on the right circle which is in the gray region. 24. Go into the Color picker and this time choose a cyan/turquoise colour. 25. The main canvas background should be a horizontal gradient from green to cyan. 26. Go to the Layers panel and name this layer GreenCyan Gradient 27. Click on the title text "Sunny Day Golf Course". Along the top, under the Options Bar, you should a solid yellow rectangle beside some other text settings. Click on that yellow rectangle and then click the Gradient tab in the window. 28. For the left circle, choose yellow, and for the right circle, red. 29. Now the title text will be filled with this yellow-to-red gradient.
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24 Drawing Lines 30. Look for the Node Tool (cursor-like icon) near the end of the Tools Palette along the left. Expand the tool group menu in by clicking on the little triangle, and select the Pen Tool. 31. Click just under the title text, near the "S" at the start of the title. A little square will appear there. 32. Hold Shift and move your cursor near the end of that title, just under the final "e". Holding Shift allows you to force the line to be horizontal as well as shows a guide of where the line will be drawn. Release the mouse button once the line is drawn. 33. Rename this layer with the name "Title Underline Shape". 34. At the top, under the Options Bar, click on the Stroke colour selector and choose a dark blue colour. 35. Next to the Stroke selector, you will see a line with a number after it. This will set the thickness of your line. Click on that thickness icon to bring up a little pop-up window. Change the thickness (the Width) to about 10 pt.
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