Saturday, January 28, 2017

CT PTU Angel In Mask 3 Tutorial

Written on the January 28, 2017 by Debbie Priest

This tutorial was written in PSP X but can be done in any version. This was written assuming you have working knowledge of PSP. Any resemblance is purely coincidental.

My tutorials are only meant as a guide.

Supplies Needed:

Font of Choice.

PTU Fabulous Scrap Kit  "Angel Mask" by Tag Catz Designs. You can get it Here

Tube of your choice - I am using the great artwork of ©Alehandra Vanhek. You need a license to use this tube, please do not use this tube without a proper license.
You can get it Here

Mask: LLM_473 by Lori's PSP Graphics. Jan. 26th post. 2nd one down. You can get it Here

Plugins:  Xero Porcelain
          Eye Candy 3.1 Glow

Drop Shadow throughout is 1, 1, 50, 4.00 Black.

On to the Tut!!

* Open up a New Image 700 x 700. You can resize later. Flood fill white.

* Copy and paste paper 1. Layers, load mask from disk. Apply LLM_Mask 473. Layers, merge group. Merge down.

* Add a new raster layer. Copy and paste paper 2. Layers, load mask from disk. Apply LLM_Mask 473. Layers, merge group. Merge down.

* Copy and paste tube. Resize to your liking. Drop shadow. Adjust sharpness, sharpen.

* Copy and paste elements of choice. DS all. I used:

Element 8
  Element 12
  Element 26
  Element 22
              Element 14. Duplicate mirror. Merge down.        
         Element 56. Duplicate mirror. Merge down.   
 Element 57
  Element 67
  Element 79
  Element 65
  Element 27
Element 6
 Element 46
 Element 32

* Add any other elements you wish anywhere along the way.

* Close out the background and mask layers, merge visible. Keep closed. Rezize 96%.

* Effects, plugins, xero, porcelain 50, 80, 128. Ok.

* Adjust sharpness, sharpen.

* Crop if desired.

* Resize all layers checked to 650 x 650 or desired size. I always resize before adding the copyright. It makes the copyright clearer.

* Add your name, copyright info.,  proper license # (if needed), and watermark.

* Merge visible and save as PNG file.

I hope you enjoyed my tutorial.

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