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Monday, 29 July 2013

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PTU Anita Summer

This tutorial was written by me on July 29, 2013.
It was made out of my own creation and any similarity is purely coincidental.
I used PSPx2 but any version would work.

Artist: Verymany
You can find this tube at Pics For Design  HERE
Do not use this tube unless you have a license.
Scrap Kit:  Anita by Amy Marie's Kits
You can buy this kit at Amy Marie's Kits  HERE
Mask: WSL 84  HERE
Font:   Font  HERE
Here goes:

Let’s start with the mask layer:
New Raster – 800 X 800.
Open PP19.  Open mask and minimize.
SELECTIONS – SELECT ALL – Copy and paste PP19 into selection.  
 Go to LAYERS –
NEW MASK LAYER – FROM IMAGE – SOURCE LUMINANCE - CHECKED – from menu, find WSL Mask 84 – OK.  Re-size 110%.

Let’s do the frame layer now:
Element 10 – C/P and leave it where it lands.
Grab your magic wand.  Click in the middle of frames. 
New Raster Layer.  Move under frame layer.  Open PP17.
Copy and paste into selection.
Grab selected CU of tube.  C/P and move into position.  Re-size 80%.
Duplicate tube layer.
Change BLEND MODE of copy of tube layer to HARD LIGHT and go to original tube layer and change BLEND MODE to SCREEN
(see tag for placements)

Now for some elements:
Element 46 – C/P and move to bottom middle of tag, over frame layer.
(see tag for placement)
Element 21 – C/P and re-size 70%.  Move to middle left side of tag.  Duplicate and mirror then flip.
(see tag for placement)
Element 38 – C/P and move to middle left side of tag over element 21.  Duplicate and mirror then flip.
(see tag for placement)
Element 9 – C/P and re-size 70%.  Move to top middle part of frame.
(see tag for placement)
Element 84 – C/P and re-size 80%.  Move to top right corner of frame.  Duplicate and mirror then flip.
(see tag for placement)
Element 86 – C/P and re-size 70%.  Move to bottom middle of tag over element 46.
(see tag for placement)
Element 76 – C/P and re-size 50%.  Move to bottom left side of tag in front of copy of element 84.
(see tag for placement)
Element 82 – C/P and re-size 50%.  Move to bottom left side of tag but right side of element 76.
(see tag for placement)
Element 95 – C/P and re-size 70%.  Move to bottom right side of tag beside element 86
(see tag for placement) 
Element  103 - C/P and re-size 30%.  Move to bottom left side of tag in front of element 76
(see tag for placement)

Now the tube layer:
If you are using the same tube as me,
C/P tube over copy of element 84 layer.  Re-size that tube layer by 40%.  Duplicate and move copy layer under frame layer.  Highlight frame layer.  Grab magic wand and click inside frame.  Highlight copy of tube layer.  Go to SELECTIONS - MODIFY - EXPAND 10 PIXELS - INVERT - DELETE - SELECTIONS - SELECT NONE.  Highlight frame layer again.  Grab magic wand again and click inside frame.  Now highlight original tube layer.  SELECTIONS - INVERT.  Now grab the ERASER tool and erase parts of original tube layer you do not want showing.  I also SELECTED element 46.  Then I went to SELECTIONS - SELECT ALL - FLOAT - DE FLOAT - INVERT and erased more of the original tube layer.
(see tag for placement)

Add drop shadow to layers of your choosing.
I used
V & H 2
Opacity 70
Blur 7
Color Black

 Now you can add name and  © information.  Save as .png and re-size if you wish.
I re-size before I save and add name and © info.
Let me know what you think of this tutorial.



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