Monday, March 14, 2011

Wild One

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
Awesome scrapkit by Lori
Kit no longer available sorry.

fonts of choice, mask of choice

Plugins Needed Optional:
optikVerve Labs – Virtual Photgrapher
settings hollywood, and halo

I am using the artwork of Elias Chatzoudis, This tube was bought while
he was with MPT, You can buy his tubes now a PTE

Let’s open a new canvas 550x550, open the pink and silver frame, resize at 80% copy and paste frame onto your canvas, use your magic wand, click the inside of your frame, selections all float>defloat>expand by 3 copy and paste your blue paper invert>delete. Select none. Drag paper below frame, do the same thing but this time copy and paste close up of your tube, invert>delete. Select none. Drag tube layer below your frame, now change your blend mode, highlight tube layer, turn tube black and white for deeper effect, selections all, float>defloat now open optikverve labs plugin, click on the drop down menu click on hollywood click ok, now go back into the plugin and pick halo. (selecting the whole tube makes it so the plugin ads the effects to the tube only, without doing this step it leaves a black background around your tube) If you don’t have this plugin, just mess with your blend mode settings and skip plugin effect.

Now let’s open the chrome skull I used the one with the blue ribbon on it’s head, pink bow, resize down if needed and place around the frame, open your main tube place where you want, give a drop down shadow to tube, and your elements. Now let’s open the wordart “wild one” resize if needed place in the front of your tube or behind a leg, open two ribbons, pink and blue, resize if needed, place on the bottom of your wordart, mirror the second ribbon. add your mask, resize tag down if you want, now add your copyrights then add your name 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 March 14th, 2011 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.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for the tut! I loved my result!