Back again with another tut. :)
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You must have a working knowledge of PSP.
I am using the beautuful artwork of Carlos Cartogena.
You must purchase a license to use this art.
You may do so at MPT
1 tube of choice & Font of choice.
I used A&S Snapper Script
Mask of choice.
Awesome Freebie Called
From: Flower Scraps
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Thank You Deanna!
Open your supplies in PSP. Open a new
canvas 700x700, you may resize/crop later.
Floodfill white. Add a new raster layer. Selections,
select all. Resize & Copy and paste a paper
from the kit into selection.
Always resize scraps using Smartsize!
Select none. Apply the mask, and on your
layers pallette merge mask group.
Next resize the frame and add as a new layer.
Image>rotate & Free rotate 90% to the left.
Hold down the shift key and Click inside
all open areas of the frame with your magic wand.
Paste another paper of choice as a new layer.
Drag paper layer under frame.
Resize the ribbon and paste as a new layer.
Erase any parts hanging over the sides.
Dropshadow all as you go.
Next resize the pinned ribbon.
Paste as a new layer at the top.
I mirrored mine. :)
Now simply resize and add the
tag, the flowers, the clip and other elements.
Rotate using your deformation tool.
Place all to your liking.
Now simply add your tube of
choice just under the flower layers.
See mine above or make it your own!
As always mine is just a guide. Now X out the
bottom layer and your mask layers. Merge visable
the remaining layers. Un X the hidden layers.
Position all layers nicely. Image Resize 87%
Bicubic resample all layers checked.
Hint: You can X out the bottom white layer
before saving to have a transparent bkg for forums..
Save as PNG.
Add your Artist © and your Name and
WooT!! You Are Done!
Hope you enjoyed my tutorial & thanks for trying it!
Until next time!
Written by Beaches September 9, 2009
Any resemblance to another tutorial is purely coincidental.