Wednesday, May 19, 2010

VIP Groupie

This tutorial was written in PSP 9 and can be used with any other version.

I assume that you have a working knowledge of PSP.





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Supplies Needed:

Tube of choice/close up

Badass Scrapkit by TammyKat & Sarah

You can buy “Scream My Name” HERE

Using Sara's Template36 get it HERE

font of choice i used Brody


I am using the artwork of Pinup Toons

You buy his tubes here www.cilm.com

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easy tutorial



let’s open your scrap pieces papers and elements, and your template, select your template circle, selections all>float> defloat> copy and paste paper of choice, invert>delete select none. Now click on your back circle layer, do the same thing selections all float> defloat> add a new raster layer, flood fill color of choice, selections none add noise to this layer. Now lets go to your small squares back layers of the quares do the same select them and all that, flood fill color of choice and add noise, I did the same color. Select the inner frame selections all> float> defloat> copy and paste paper of choice, do this to both squares. Add drop shadows to your squares, drag tube layers below frame if they are above.




Now do the same to the other layers of the template selections all> float> defloat> copy and paste your papers of choice to each layer, add your tubes inside the squares, inside the cicle all by doing the same thing as the paper selections all> float> defloat> copy and paste tubes of choice invert>delete select none. Add your main tube in front add drop shadows to everything that needs it, add your elements of choice and give those a drop shadow, I used the vip necklace, glitter smear and the razor blade keychain.





Add your copyright & your name, Now save as a PNG and you're done!





Thanks for trying my tutorial.

Now lets see those results,

I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial!



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This tutorial was written on May 19th, 2010 by Melissa.

In no way may this tutorial be copied to another

website without the creators permission. Any resemblance

to this tutorial is purely coincidental.


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