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  1. #1 Can Someone Make a tutorial 
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    On how to do templates please i always have wanted to kno
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    Shows you how to place a background on your psp with the wavy lines still in ithttp://http://www.pspmod.com/forums/showthread.php?t=12129
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    Same I know it requires photoshop to make transparent layers which I have so I'm just kinda waiting for it.



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    Step 1. Cut a hole in a bo- er, I mean, Find a Template
    Step 2. Open the template and your wallpaper image in Photoshop.
    Step 3. Drag the template on top of your wallpaper. Center it, the snap works wonders for this.


    Step 4. Select the template layer, and in your layers palette there should be a little drop down box with the word "Normal" in it. Drop down the menu and select either Multiply or Screen. Other options may work, but those are the most common ones.


    Step 5. Play with the layer transparency slider on the layer palette until it's the way you want it


    Pretty simple, really.

    Edit: Added example screenshots.
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    simple idea, is there a location im missing with ready availible templates so that I can be lazy
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    http://allpspskins.com/main.php/v/Te...kin+Templates/

    You can find a few there. Otherwise, you'll have to sift through the crap on themepsp.com's templates section, 'cause there's hardly any actual templates there. Alternatively, you could take a screen shot of your XMB and make your own, but you did say you wanted to be lazy :P

    Oh, and I'll attach the one I used in the screenshots.
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    Great, once im through up here I'll have to migrate to my desktop in my basement and add some of theese to my wallpapers lol.....
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