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Saturday, January 10, 2015

PTU: Cooking Up Pasta

This tutorial was written by me on January 10, 2015 and are the results of my own imagination.  Any resemblance to another tutorial is purely coincidental.  

Please DO NOT claim this tutorial as your own.

This was written assuming you have working knowledge of PSP.

Please keep in mind that I write the tutorial as I am creating it.

Supplies needed

I am using PSP X4 but this tutorial should work with any version.

PTU Tube:  I am using the gorgous artwork of Maryline Cazenave.  Please do not use this tubes without a proper licence.  You can purchase this beauty at CDO here.  

PTU Kit:  I am using In my Retro Kitchen by Mellie Beans.  You can purchase this gorgous kit at PFD here.    You can check out her blog here.  

Mask:  WSL Mask 83.  You can download it from Weescotslass's blog here.

Font: Simply Delicious

I am using a drop shadow of V/H 3, Opacity 50, blur 5, color black through out the tutorial unless otherwise stated.

Let's get started.

Open a new 600x600 transparent image.

I am starting off with the tube :).  Copy your main tube and paste as a new layer.  Resize 90%.  Drop Shadow.  Move down slightly.

Open element 06, copy and close the original.  Select raster 1 and paste.  Resize 60%.  You might need to move your tube down slightly so it lines up with the bottomw of the plate.

Open element 14, copy and close the original.  Select the plate layer and paste.  Resize 40% and move to the bottom left.  See mine for placement.  Drop shadow.

Open element 35, copy and close the original.  Select the plate layer and paste.  Resize 50% and move to the middle so it is sticking up between the pup and the scale.  See mine for placement.  Drop shadow.

Open element 36, copy and close the original.  Select the scale layer and paste.  Resize 30% and move to the bottom right so it is sticking out from behind the Pup's bottom.  See mine for placement.  Drop shadow.

Open element 42, copy and close the original.  Select the top layer and paste.  Resize 20% and move to the bottom right so it is in front of the pup's back paw.  Drop shadow.  

Open element 31, copy and close the original.  select the plate layer and paste.  Resize 60% and move to the upper left corner so the wood spoon is showing above the scale.  See mine for placement.  Drop shadow.

Open element 32, copy and close the original.  Select the plate layer and paste.  Resize 60% and move to the far right side.  Drop shadow.  See mine for placement.

Open element 26, copy and close the original.  Select the  top layer and paste.  Resize 20% and move to the bottom in front of the pasta container between the tomatoes.  Drop shadow.

Open element 29, copy and close the original.  Select raster 1 and paste.  Resize 60% and move to the far upper right side.  See mine for placement.

Open element 44, copy and close the original.  Select the scale layer and paste.  Resize 30% and move to the bottom left so it is sticking out from behind the pasta container and tomato.

Open paper of choice.  I am using paper 5, copy and close the original.  Select raster 1 and paste.  Layers, load/save mask/load mask from disk and find WSL mask 83.  Apply mask and merge group.  Resize 105% and move down slightly.  See mine for placement.

Add your copyright and name.  Save as png. 

I hope you have enjoyed my tutorial.  I would love to see your results.

Hugs,

Gwils

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