Saturday, March 16, 2013

FTU Irish Ass

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

FTU Scrap kit by Lizquis Scraps
mask of choice or WSL_Mask219
use Fonts of your choice
Plugins Optional:
Xero - Radiance
VM Extravaganza - Transmission
Eyecandy 4000 - Gradient Glow
Alien Skin - Constellation - color dot
I am using the Ismael Rac
Find his tubes HERE

Let's open the scrap pieces, i used the st patty balloons, four leaf clover, cupcake, green feather, barrel, beer mug, orange flower, st patty hat with coins a clovers flowing out, rainbow, lantern, frame 2, harp and paper 6.
Now i opened the frame 2, resized down to 80% image>canvas size 600x600, now using your raster deform tool, This is like a hand held "rotate" option, it moves the frame kinda crooked off to the side using that little handle on the tool once you select this tool it will show on your frame, once you hoover your mouse over it you will see two arrows on the opposite side of each other, while left clicking your mouse, moving your mouse UP the frame will turn left. Of if that is too confusing, you can just go to image> rotate, free rotate and mess with the settings to move it....
Now using your magic wand clicking the inside of your frame, selections> modify> expand by 3, copy and paste your close up tube of choice, i did it about 3 times (copied and pasted tube 3 times) so the whole inside of the square was covered with tube, now invert> delete. selections none. drag each tube layer below the frame If you did it more than once. now hide the frame merge your tube layers (if you have more than one layer) now unhide your frame.

Now with your frame selected, once again using your magic wand tool, click on the inside of your frame selections> modify> expand by 3, now add a new raster layer and flood fill color of choice, i used a color green from my elements, now select none, drag your flood filled layer below your tube, and frame layers, now with your tube layer selected, adjust> hue and saturation, with both dials set at zero to turn black and white. now change your blend mode on the tube layer i think i used screen, adding your plugin radiance, then your plugin transmission both using settings of your choosing.

I then hid my frame layer once again, mergeing my tubes layer, flood fill together, i then duplicated this layer, click on the top layer now add your plugin constellation settings of choice but click "make selection transparent) you now have a perfect overlay of sparkles. once again merge this layer with the rest. Unhiding your frame layer, selecting your frame layer apply your color dot plugin settings of choice.
now applying your gradient glow to the frame. i used a different technique. but using your magic wand click on the glow parts on the inside and outside of the frame, now going to adjust> add/remove noise> add noise. using settings of choice. now add a drop shadow to the frame merging everything.

Now copy and paste the main tube you want to use, i used the half body tube, then i placed where i wanted it to go adding radiance plugin and drop shadow, i then took my selection tool set on rectangle and feather set at 5 to get rid of some of the excess tube, do this if you have the image i do, if you don't you can skip this step.
Now i just opened all of the scrap pieces resized them down, adding radiance, i clustered the elements around near the bottom of the tube hiding the end of the tube, but also showing off her butt tattoo... name of the tag but if you don't have this tube i'm sure you can add your own text and maybe a shamrock on the butt for the same effect. once i added the elements where i wanted i added drop shadows to them.

Now add your mask, 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 March 16th, 2013 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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