Saturday, January 7, 2012

Forever Love-PTU

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**This Tutorial was written By Me On January 7, 2012 Any resemblance to other tutorials is not intended 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 I am using the beautiful artwork of Irene Owens, You can buy her artwork at CDO
This is a PTU Artist, You must have a proper license to use her art.

Scrapkit Of Choice : I am using the Beautiful PTU Kit , Forever Love By Designs By Sarah
And can be found HERE
Thank You Sarah for making such a fun  kit to create with :)

Vix Mask- 362 and can be downloaded HERE

Plugins Used
Eye Candy 4000 Gradient Glow (Optional)
Xero - Greyscaler & Porcelian

Font of choice, I am using Passions Conflict-ROB for the name and Edwardian Script for the Word Art
Dropshadow of choice

Let's Get Started
Open a new transparent image 650x650 
You can crop later, we want enough room to work

Open frame 1, c/p as a new layer resize by 80% smartsize, sharpen
Click inside the frame with your magic wand, expand by 6 , open paper 9 c/p as a new layer resize by 80% smartsize
invert/delete/ invert again, Move paper behind the frame
Open tube c/p as a new layer resize by 85%, or what works best for your tube,, invert/delete select none, sharpenmove between the frame and paper layers.
Apply Xero-Greyscaler, default settings, then apply Xero-Porcelain default settings. add dropshadow
Open flower-1 c/p as a new layer , resize by 70% smartsize 2 times, sharpen and move to the bottom of your frame, duplicate/mirror add dropshadow
Open paper add new raster layer, select all/ paste paper into selection, deselect, apply mask/merge group
open sparkle-1 c/p as a new layer and move so it is above the mask layer.
Add saying of choice , i chose the name if the kit "Forever Love"
When your happy with your tag, merge visable, resize  and add the artist copyright and your name and your done
Save as a PNG
Thank You for trying my tutorial

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