martes, 14 de abril de 2009

Tut "Bleeding Love"

Hi all here is a new gothic tut, I love all the scrap kits with this theme. So I choose this one and it's very beautiful. Hope you like it too.
For this tut you will need the following things:
The beautiful super mega tagger scrap kit from Silent Dreamer called "Bleeding Love", is a PTU and you can purchase this kit HERE.
The tube is from the beautiful art of ©Bam Bam, and you need a licence number for use. You can purchase your licence and the tube HERE.
The masks # 29 and # 30 are HERE and HERE.
Let's begin:
1.- Open a new raster layer of 500 x 500 pixels.
2.- Copy and paste as new layer pptextureblk, resize to convenience. Open your mask #30 in PSP, go to masks/new mask/from an image and apply the mask to the paper layer. Go to masks/ delete mask.
3.- Copy and paste as new layer pptextpurp, resize as before. Open now you mask #29 in your psp, and do the same as step #2.
4.- Copy and paste as new layer bleedingbradblk, resize to 15%.
5.- Copy and paste as new layer bleedingstichred, resize to 15%, then go to layers/duplicate layer. Image/rotate 25 degrees to the right. If you need with your eraser tool delete the extrems of the sitch.
6.- Copy and paste as new layer bleedingheartrose, resize to 25%.
7.- Copy and paste as new layer bleedingdeadroseblk, resize to 10% then go to layers/duplicate and reflet one of this layers.
8.- Copy and paste as new layer bleedingbowred, resize to 10% and again to 50%. And put as you can see in my image.
9.- Copy and paste as new layer bleedingwableedinglove, resize to 15%.
10.- Merge all visible layers. Add your licence number.
11.- Write your name, I used font: Halloween blood of Dracula, size: 48. Colour outside: none. Inside: #8E0506. Add drop shadow of choice.
12.- Save as png.
It's done.
I hope you like it. I love to see all you result, if you want you can send me your tags with the results of my tuts to:
Thank you for try this and the others tuts.
This tutorial was writting by me, Mariel - Artistic Dreams© on 14 th of april of 2009, any resemblance to any other tutorial is completely coincidental.
Mariel - ©Artistic Dreams

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