Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Golden Road - PTU

 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

PTU Scrap kit by Polkadot Scraps
"Wizard Of Oz" Click Here

If you'd like to use it instead

Fonts of your choice

Plugins Optional:
Xero - radiance

I am using the art of Jasmine Becket-Griffth
I got this tube while she was with CILM. but
You can find her tubes Here


Let's open the window like frame. then paper, on your frame resize by 80% image> canvas size 600x600, now i used my drag tool and i dragged the frame up alil bit. you can do this at the end to see where you like it. now click on the inside of your frame selections modify> expand by maybe 4, now add a new raster layer. on this raster layer paste into selection. used paper 3. with a meadow and clouds in the background. selections none. drag below frame. add drop shadow to frame. now open the emerald city and place in the background, maybe erase some of the bottom off to kinda blend in wth the background but we'll be covering most of it up anyways. close out of the emerald city and merge the rest. so you can always edit it later where you want the city to go.

Now open your tube, use the one i used.. or another one. or the popeyewong one i supplied for you. resize if needed and place off to the side of your frame. add a drop shadow and slight radiance. now time to open some of your oz elements. like the lion, scarecrow, yellow bricks, tin can, scatter of hearts 1, flowers 1,2,3,4. and paper 6. now resize them down where you like. add the flowers around the bottom of your tube if you'd like. adding drop shadow to all your pices. you can place them where you want or use my tag as a guide

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.


This tutorial was written on May 29th, 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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