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Monday, May 23, 2016

PTU: Part Of Your World


This tutorial was written by me on May 23, 2016. The results are 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.

Sometimes I may not explain properly where to place things so please see my example if you are ever in doubt :)

Supplies needed

I am using PSP X8 but this tutorial should work with any version.

PTU Tube:  I am using a gorgeous Anna Liwanag's mermaid tube.  This was a May 2015 bonus tube and is not available for purchase but you can purchase her tubes at CDO here.

PTU Kit:  I am using absolutely gorgeous kit call "Part of Your World created by ChocUkDesigns.  This kit can be purchased at Digi Diva's Store here.

Check out her blog here.  

Mask: WSL Mask 255.  You can download it from Weescotslass Creations here.

Font of choice for your name.

Plug in: None

I am using a drop shadow (D/S) of V/H 2, Opacity 50, blur 5, color black throughout the tutorial unless otherwise stated.

Let's get started.

Open a new 650x650 transparent image.

Open element 15, copy and close the original.  Select raster 1 and paste as a new layer.  Resize 85%, all layers not checked.  Using your magic wand, setting:  Mode - Add (Shift), Match Mode - RGB Value, Contiguous and Anti-Alias checked. Tolerance and Feather set to 0.  Click inside the frame.  Selections, modify, expand by 5.  Open paper of choice.  I am using paper 10, copy and close the original.  Select raster 1 and add a new layer.  Select all and paste into selections.  Selections, invert and standing on the paper layer hit delete on your keyboard.  Select none.

Copy your tube and select the frame layer.  Paste as a new layer and resize 70% all layers not checked move down slightly and D/S

Open element 63, copy and close the original.  Select raster 1 and paste.  Move to the bottom left so it looks like the mermaid is laying on it, duplicate and mirror.

Open element 177, copy and close the original.  Select the frame layer and paste.  Duplicate and move slightly to the right and down.

Open element 104, copy and close the original.  Select the frame layer and paste.  D/S.  Using your magic wand (same settings as above), click inside your frame.  Selections, invert.  Select the whale layer and using your eraser tool, erase the whale's tail that is sticking out from the frame.  Select none.  **Note**You may need to hide your tube layer so you can see the entire tail.  Select none.

Open element 184, copy and close the original.  Select the frame layer and paste.  Resize 50% and move to the bottom left corner of the frame.  Duplicate and mirror.

Open element 205, copy and close the original.  Select the mermaid layer and paste.  Resize 50% and move to the bottom so the turtle is  in front of her hips.  D/S

Open element 204, copy and close the original. Select the whale layer and paste.  Resize 40% and move to the bottom center.  D/S

Open element 202, copy and close the original.  Select the frame layer and paste.  Move to the left side of the frame.  D/S, duplicate and mirror.

Open element 173, copy and close the original.  Select the center rock layer and paste.  Resize 40% and move down to the right side of the rock, duplicate and move slightly to the left.

Open element 176, copy and close the original.  Select the seaweed layer and paste.  Resize 50% and move to the right side of the frame.

Open element 149, copy and close the original.  Select the paper layer and paste.  Resize 30% and mirror.  Move to the upper right corner and D/S.

Open element 102, copy and close the original.  Select the frame layer and paste.  D/S

Open element 21, copy and close the original.  Select the frame layer and paste.

Open element 31, copy and close the original.  Select the top rock layer and paste.  Resize 15% and move to the bottom left corner of the rock so it covers the gravel.  D/S, duplicate and mirror.

Open element 35, copy and close the original.  Select the top shell layer and paste.  Resize 15% and move to the bottom left in front of the first shell.  D/S, duplicate and mirror.

Open element 153, copy and close the original.  Select raster 1 and paste.  Move up and to the left side.  Duplicate and mirror.

Open element 181, copy and close the original.  Select raster 1 and paste.  Move up so it is peeking out from under the frame.

Open element 164, copy and close the original.  Select the mermaid layer and paste.  Resize 15% and mirror.  Move down and almost center, between the turtle and mermaid.  It should be just behind the turtle's flipper.  D/S

Select raster 1 and add a new raster layer.  Select all.

Open paper of choice.  I am using paper 12, copy and close the original.  Select your new raster layer, Edit, paste into selection.  Select none.  Apply WSL Mask 255 and merge group.

Open element 109, copy and close the original.  Select the mask layer and paste.  Move this up to the top so you see the bubbles in the mask area.

Now time to resize.  Select your crop tool and click on the merge opaque button.  Click ok

Image, resize and change the width to 600 pixels, the height will adjust itself.  All layers checked.  Click ok.

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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