miércoles, 1 de julio de 2009

Tut "Fall3n Angel"

I dedicate this tut to an special friend who made me a proud person in some things I didn't know about PSP, this tut is for you Yarrow!! thank you for all you did for me, your words and care...xxx...
For this tut you will need the following things:
First of all the beautiful scrap kit from Crimson Butterfly Scrapz called "Feathery Hugs and Butterfly Kisses", is a PTU and you can purchase in Digital Chaos Store HERE.
The tube is a ©Dark Yarrow art and you can purchase her tubes and a licence number from MPT HERE.
The zuzzana-heart mask you can download HERE. Scroll down to find it.
Let´s begin:
1.- Open a new raster layer of 500 x 500 pixels.
2.- Copy and paste as new layer Paper 8, now open your mask in your PSP, go to masks/new mask/from an image, and apply the mask to the paper layer. Then go to masks/invert and then mask/delete mask. Now resize the layer to 105%.
3.- Copy and paste as new layer frame 1.
4.- Copy and paste as new layer flower 1, resize to 50% twice, go to layers and duplicate.
5.- Copy and paste as new layer heartcharm 1 and starcharm1, resize to 50%, put them as you can see in my tag.
6.- Copy and paste as new layer Heart 1, resize to convenience.
7.- Copy and paste as new layer starcluster 1, resize to 40% or less, put as you can see in my tag.
8.- Copy and paste as new layer ©Dark Yarrow tube, resize to 75% or less, and move this layer below all the other elements, with your eraser tool delete all what exceed the frame.
9.- Apply drop shadow to the frame, and the flowers, and merge all visible layers. Then add your licence number.
10.- Write your name, I used font: French Script MT, size: 72, colour ouside: black, colour inside: #2E4464, and apply drop shadow as you used before.
11.- Save as png.
It's done.
I hope you like this tut.

I love to see all your results, if you want you can send me your tags with the results of my tuts to: newartisticdreams@gmail.com

Thank you for try this and the others tuts.

This tutorial was writting by me, Mariel - ©Artistic Dreams on 1st of july of 2009, any resemblance to any other tutorial is completely coincidental.

Mariel - ©Artistic Dreams

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