Friday, August 20, 2010

Good Girl's-PTU

**This Tutorial was created By Me On August 17. 2010 Any resemblance to other tutorials is not intentional, this tutorial is my creation only**

This Tutorial is intended for those that have a working knowledge of PSP

Supplies Needed:
PSP ( I Use 3X but should work with other versions)

Tube Of choice (One with a closeup): I am using the wonderful art of Elias Chatzoudis
You can get his stunning work at PSP Tubes Emporium
This is a PTU tube , Please do not use  without the proper license to do so.

Scrapkit Of Choice : I am using the Stunning PTU kit"Good Girl"By Cora
Thank You Cora for letting me create with such an amazing kit :)
And can be purchased at Pimped My Tag With Scraps HERE

Template 331 by Missy of Divine Intentionz - HERE
Thanks Missy for letting us use your awesome templates

Font of choice : I am using Missed Your Exit 
And can be found at Abstract Font's HERE

Eye Candy 4000, Gradient Glow (Optional)
Alien Skin Xenofex-2-Constellation

**LET"S BEGIN**

Open Template in PSP, copy and close original
Delete copyright layer
Select frame background
Selections,Select All, float/defloat
Open paper 3 in PSP
Copy & Paste as a new layer
Resize by 85 %, Sharpen
Invert/delete/select none
Delete original template layer

Select Frame Layer
Selections,Select All, float/defloat
Open main tube in PSP
Copy & Paste as a new layer
Resize by 85 %, Sharpen
Position and then use your eraser tool and erase the excess tube showing below the frame
Select none
Add dropshadow to tube

Select Right Circle
Selections,Select All, float/defloat
Open paper 5 in PSP
Copy & Paste as a new layer
Resize by 85 %, Sharpen
Position over Circle
Invert/delete/Invert again
Delete original template layer

Open close up tube
Copy & Paste as a new layer
Resize by 85 %, Sharpen
Arrange where you like
Invert/delete/select none
Now duplicate your tube
On duplicated layer
Adjust/blur. Gaussian blur-3.00 OK
Change blend mode to Hard Light
On original tube layer change blend mode to Luminance (L)
Add dropshadow to original tube layer

Select Left Circle
Selections,Select All, float/defloat
Open paper 5 in PSP
Copy & Paste as a new layer
Resize by 85 %, Sharpen
Position over Circle
Invert/delete/Invert again
Delete original template layer

Open close up tube
Copy & Paste as a new layer
Resize by 85 %, Sharpen
Arrange where you like
Invert/delete/select none
Now duplicate your tube
On duplicated layer
Adjust/blur. Gaussian blur-3.00 OK
Change blend mode to Hard Light
On original tube layer change blend mode to Luminance (L)
Add dropshadow to original tube layer

Select Rectangle Layer
Selections,Select All, float/defloat
Open paper 9 in PSP
Copy & Paste as a new layer
Resize by 85 %, Sharpen
Invert/delete/select none
Delete original template layer

Open a new raster layer, Floodfill with white
Now select your dotted frame layer
Selections,Select All, float/defloat
Now make sure your white layer is selected
Invert/delete/select none
Delete original dotted frame layer

Select Left Rectangle
Selections,Select All, float/defloat
Add New Raster Layer
Now make a gradient from 2 colors from either your kit or tube
Or look in PSP and find a complimenting gradient
Floodfil with gradient
Select None
Delete Original template layer

Effects - Xenofex2-Constellation
Settings of your choice
Play around till you find one you like

Repeat same steps for Right Black Rectangle

Now you can change the color of the purple glittered rectangles
what color us choose is entirely up to you
i chose
Hue-139
Saturation-164

Now time to add any elements you wish

Open wordart in PSP
Copy & paste as a new layer
Resize by 65%,sharpen
Place where you like
Add drop shadow

Open Light element
Copy & paste as a new layer
Resize by 85%,sharpen
Arrange in the corner of the gradient square
Use my finished tag as a guide
Reduce Opacity to 60%
Image/Mirror

Open doodle element
Copy & paste as a new layer
Arrange above circle frames
Image/Mirror
When your happy with your tag
Merge Visable
Resize, I did  mine to 670 wide

Add proper copyright & Your name
Your Done 
Thank you for trying my tutorial

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