Sticker Sheet Creator and Sticker Spray Tutorial
Step 1: Begin a new painting and (for the purpose of this tutorial) set the Width to 600 and the Height to 100 and then click on the "Canvas" window box to open the Canvas Panel. On the Canvas panel click the small light bulb tab to turn off the 3d lighting and select the "Cel" preset from the "Special" presets. Now Click "Ok" to close the Canvas panel and again to close the "New Painting" panel (which will open your new canvas so you can begin).
Step 2: Open the stencils panel and put two of the Rulers onto the canvas. Position one of the rulers horizontally across the bottom of your canvas so that the "0" lines up with the edge of the lower right side and extend it so that it measures just beyond the "600" pixel mark (the end of your canvas). Using the second ruler, draw a vertical line to mark off a square every 100 pixels (see image below).
Step 3: Create a new layer to work on (do this by going to: Tools > Layer Options > Add New Layer, or clicking on the "New" tab on the layers panel). With the new layer created, go down to your color panel and left click on the color window (the part that shows you which color you currently have selected) to bring up the color panel menu. Select the "Precise Color Picker" option to open its panel. On the Precise Color Picker panel, change the options to read:Hue: 0%It's important to use the pure red these options provide if you plan to use the sticker in conjunction with the Sticker Spray tool, because pure red is the starting base color for the hue options there. More on this later though... For now, be sure to click "Ok" on the Precise Color Picker panel to accept the color change.
Step 4: Fill in each of the six boxes of the canvas with a number (I wrote the numbers in by hand, you can feel free to use a stencil). Just be sure that each number is centered within each box.
Step 5: Click the menu tab located on the layer you wrote your numbers (or right click on the layer) to bring up the layers menu panel and select "Export Layer". Save the layer as .PNG file (you can give it any name you'd like, but I'm calling the one I'm making here "Tutorial").
*Continued in next post*