Saturday, June 19, 2010

Teachers Pet


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.

Supplies Needed:
Tube of choice/close up
Super Huge Scrap by Sarah
Buy her “Her HighSchool Years” Here
Fonts of choice & Mask of choice
I used Becky_Mask022
Brick pattern & chalkboard of choice
Plugins needed are Optional:
Mura’s meister-copies

I am using the artwork of Scott Blair
You buy his tubes here

Open a 550x550 canvas use a brick pattern of choice, copy and paste your pattern on your canvas then apply your mask to your pattern now add your chalk board resize if needed now add drop shadow, now let’s open your tube of choice resize place where you want it and add drop shadow. Bring out your text tool and type out “Teachers Pet” use your copies plugin set on “tiling” cut off any access you don’t want showing. Drag below your tube layer add drop shadow Now open up one of the frames, resize if needed place on your chalk board click the inside of your frame using your magic wand, selections modify> expand by 3, copy and paste your paper of choice invert>delete select none, now do the same and copy and paste your tube inside this time, change blend mode to your tube, to “luminance legacy”

Now let’s just start adding your elements, I used the wordarts whatever, like omg, whatever, and I places them on the brick mask just place them any where, merge just your wordarts together and you can see them alil bit on the brick, now I also used the bored wordart, clip, piece of paper, sharpies and paper clip, use my tag as a reference and just place them where you want them, also add drop shadows, now resize your tag add your copyrights, add your name and 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!
This tutorial was written on June 19, 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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