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Friday, May 22, 2015

PTU Beauty in Blossom


This tutorial was written by me on May 22, 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 X6 but this tutorial should work with any version.

PTU Tube:  I am using a gorgeous tube called Anita created by Verymany.  Please do not use this tubes without a proper licence.  You can purchase this beauty at Verymany's store here.   

PTU Kit:  I am using a gorgeous kit called Blossom by Abstract Creations.  You can purchase this kit at Abstract Creations Store here

Check out Abstract Creations site here

Mask: WSL mask 116, open in psps and minimize.  You can download it from WeescotslassCreations here.

Font: of choice for your name.

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.

Copy and paste your main tube,  Resize 40% and drop shadow.

Open paper of choice.  I am using paper 7, copy and paste as a new layer.  Layers, new mask layer, from image, from the drop down find wsl mask 116 and apply mask do not merge group yet. 

Copy your close up tube and paste right below your main tube.  Move to a place you like best.  I moved mine to the far right.  Once happy with placement, move this layer under the mask layer and above the paper layer.  Change the blend mode on the close up to screen or a blend you like.
 Once happy with your close up, merge group.

Open element 7, copy and close the original.  Select the mask layer and paste.  Move down slightly.  Drop shadow.

Open element 8, copy and close the original.  Select the fan layer and paste.  Move down slightly, duplicate and mirror.

Open element 12, copy and close the original.  Select the mask layer and paste.  Move to the far left and down a bit.  See mine for placement.  Drop shadow.

Open element 9, copy and close the original.  Select the top vine layer and paste.  Resize 80% and move to the bottom right.  See mine for placement.  Drop shadow.

Open element 25, copy and close the original.  Select the top layer and paste.  Move to the bottom center and drop shadow.

Open element 1, copy and close the original.  Select the top layer and paste.  Resize 50% and move to the bottom left corner.  See mine for placement.  Drop shadow.

Open WA1, copy and close the original.  Select the top layer and paste.  Resize 80% and move to the bottom center.  Drop shadow.

Open element 44, copy and close the original.  Select the mask layer and paste.  Move to the upper right so it is peaking out from behind the tube layer.  See mine for placement.  Drop shadow.

Open element 2, copy and close the original.  Select the top layer and paste.  Resize 50% and move to the bottom left, right beside the B in beauty.  Drop shadow.

Add any other elements you like.  Once happy with your tag, 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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