Friday, April 4, 2014

Sailor Girl

This tutorial was written for those who have a working knowledge of psp.
I use paint shop 9, but any version should work.

All of my tutorials are of my own creations any similarity with any other tutorial is purely coincidental.Please do not copy my tutorials please link back to my blog!

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Tube of choice.
I am using artwork by Chris Pastel
A PTU Artist. You must purchase and obtain a license to use
   Which you can get here.

Scrapkit of Choice:
Scrapkit PTU Sailor Beach by Bibis Collection which you can get here

Font of choice. 

Template of choice:
I used Tag Template 2 by Chas Designs which you can get here

Filters needed:
eye candy4-gradient glow

Don't forget to save often!


Open template, shift D to duplicate, close original. Delete credits and raster1.
Instructions for coping and pasting. 
Activate the layer. 
Selections-select all-float-defloat-selections-invert, active paper or tube layer and hit delete. 

When you see C/P in the tut that means Copy and Paste.
Add drop shadow as desired. See my tag for exact placement.
Copy and paste desired papers into each layer.  Then delete the original layers.

I used paper7 for raster1 and raster2
paper5 for raster7 and raster6

  paper1 for raster3
paper2 for raster10

paper8 for raster13
for raster9 and raster12 and raster5  select and floodfill with a red from the scrap kit, add dsb flux, bright noise

for  raster4 flood fill with a  blue  from the kit, add dsb flux, bright noise

for raster11 and raster14 change the color to red or blue and add dsb flux, bright noise

  C/P elements of choice or use mine below. See my tag for exact placement.
c/p your tube center
c/p the following elements from left to right, resize to your liking. 
element44 place behind tube layer

Merge visible

Add name or saying of choice

Add proper copyright info and save as .png

Thanks for trying my tutorial. I hope you enjoyed it.

This tutorial was written on April 4, 2014
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