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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Tube of choice/close up
Scrap kit by Eileen's Design
It's the one on the bottom right
Font used - allura
Plugins needed Optional:
Xero - radiance
PhotoEffex - scanlines
I am using the artwork of Ellie_Milk
You get buy her tubes HERE
Let's open our brown frame resize it down to 80% place where you want, i placed it off to the side alittle bit, i then opened my tube i wanted and placed it beside the frame, i added a radiance to the frame and the tube, gave the tube a drop shadow, i then used my magic wand clicked inside the frame, selections selectall>modify>expand by 9 add a new raster and flood fill black, selections none. now drag your black layer below the frame layer.
Now i want you to highlight the black layer, selections all>float>defloat copy and paste your tube of choice in there place her face where you want it, selections>invert hit delete on your keyboard, then go to adjust>hue and saturation>colorize make sure both is set on 0. Now add some radiance and scalines to this layer, close out of the frame and your main tube layer and merge these together. now unhide your frame add a drop shadow and merge this as well.
Now unhide your tube layer and open up some of your elements, i used the yellowish grass and the green, the pumpkins in the wheel barrel, the brownish yellow leaves, and the bright orange leaves (the clustered ones) then i also used the leaves flowing down. and used some of the mushrooms, resize them if needed and place them infront of your main tube and your frame, once you have everything placed you can use your eraser tool and remove the excess of your tube showing from under the leaves. give your elements drop shadows if needed.
So now you can add your mask, copyrights then your font, 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 November 10th, 2012 by Melissa.
In no way may this tutorial be copied to another
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