Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Starlight, Starbright

*Click tag to see  full size*

**This Tutorial was written By Me On September 11, 2012
*This tutorial is my creation only*
Any resemblance to other tutorials is not intended 
Use my tutorial as a guide to make your tag your own 

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)
Font of choice : I am Using Santa's Big Secret ~ HERE
Dropshadow of choice

*Plugins Used*
Eye Candy 4000 Gradient Glow For Name (Optional)

*Tube/s of Choice* 
I am using the Beautiful art of Suzanne Woolcott
And can be purchased  ~ HERE
This is a PTU tube and you must have a license to use.

*Scrapkit Of Choice* 
I am using the Awesome PTU  Tagger size kit Dreamland By Crys
And can be purchased ~ HERE 
Thank you Crys for making such wonderful kits to create with :)

*NOTES*
Always remember to duplicate your tube and close original
C/P means copy and paste as a new layer Unless otherwise stated
D/s means Drop Shadow
Remember to sharpen after resizing
Resizing is always smartsize
Elements are added with a D/S unless otherwise stated 
And see my finished tag for placement

*Let's Get Started*
Open a new image 750x650 and floodfill with white.
Open Element 25 c/p click inside the window with your magic wand add new layer open paper 7 c/p into selection deselect add d/s to window.
Open tube c/p resize as needed arrange inside the window duplicate guassian blur 3.00 and change the blend mode to soft light and add d/s to original tube layer.
Now Time To Add The Elements
I Used The Following
Element 18 : 95%
Element 24 : 40%
Element 8 : 45%
Element 20 : 45% duplicate.
Element 38 : 55%
Element 61 : 45%
Add anymore elements you wish and a dropshadow to each
When your happy with your tag close off your white background layer and merge visable resize.
Add your copyright, I add mine after i have resized it it keeps it crisp and clear.
Add your name in font of choice.
Save as a PNG and Your Done!!


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