Now we’re going to load our last selection
that is going to have our sand that’s come out of it, since we drug our finger through
it to write in the sand. So what we’re going to do to do that is we’re going to select
our layer here. We’re going to hold down command, and select inside the picture, and that’s
going to select all of our text, like so. So then we go to filter, I’m sorry, let’s
go to selection. Let’s go to modify. We’re going to expand that selection. We’re going
to expand it by ten pixels, like so, and now what I’m going to do is I’m going to click
inside here, and as you see, it’s going to come up like I’m going to select it again,
but instead, I’m going to hit alt and command at the same time. We’re just going to bring
this little minus sign up and on my hand right here. When I click on it, it’s going to take
out everything on the inside here where my previous selection, which is great. This is
what I want. So, what I’m going to do is I’m going to come down here, and I’m going to
select my background layer, and then I’m going to hit command J, and that’s going to create
a new layer from everything that’s been selected there. And then from here we’re going to add
some noise, so we’ll go ahead, and do that right now. Let’s go ahead and filter; let’s
add some noise. We’ll take it back up to the forty-four that we had before, and actually,
this is the wrong layer. Let’s get the right layer here. Where is our layer? Aah, there
it is down here, all the way at the bottom, so let’s drag it all the way to the top, like
so. Then we’ll select this layer. This is going to be our layer that we’re going to
use. Let’s deselect everything, and let’s go ahead, and add our noise here. Say filter,
add noise, say forty-fourish. Let’s take it down just a little bit. Let’s take it to thirty;
thirty’s not so bad; there we go, and what we’re going to do here is we’ll pause here,
and we’ll finish this up in the next part.