Tuesday, November 16, 2010
This tutorial was written for those that have a working knowledge of PSP (I use Version 9).
Artwork by Anna Marine and she is a pay to use artist, you can currently find her here at Creative Design Outlet. Please make sure that you have the appropriate CILM or Creative Design Outlet artist license to use the same tube as I do.
Please make sure that you have the appropriate CILM artist license to use the same tube as I do.
Tube or image of choice
Scrap Kit: "Autumn Falls" by Creationz by Jo and can be purchased here.
Mask(s): Vix 265 and can be found here.
Font(s): AL Charisma
Here we go!
Open new image, 500x500, floodfill background with white.
Open stick frame, copy and paste as a new layer, rotate 180 degrees, resize to your liking. Using magic wand, select inside of frame, expand by 2, add new raster layer, copy and paste paper 16, move underneath frame layer.
Copy and paste paper 16 as new bottom layer, apply mask, you may need to resize.
Open your tube or image of choice - Copy and paste, you may need to resize, duplicate and move one layer on top of frame, erase all hanging over parts except for hair.
Copy and paste all of the elements that you want to use. You'll have to resize and rotate, and it would be easier if you sharpened and drop shadowed layers as you went.
At this point, I usually resize if I need a smaller image. I also save both the original size and the smaller size images.
Add a new vector layer for your text,flood fill with paper 16, convert to raster layer. To make it stand out, use could use either Eye Candy Gradient Glow or duplicate the layer, convert bottom layer to raster, select all, use magic wand to select text, expand by 2, floodfill with colour of choice.
Go back through to sharpen and add a drop shadow to your layers.
Add your copyright as the finishing touch.
Save your tag in your favorite format and you are done!!
This tutorial was written by Debbie (Mystic Inc Design), 2010. Any resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental and not intended.