Sunday, May 5, 2013

Little Red Apple - 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
"Apple Orchard" Click Here
Fonts of your choice
Plugins Optional:
Xero - radiance
xero - porcelain - color dot

I am using the art of Suzanne woolcott
Unfortunately she isn't selling her tubes anymore
So use tubes you already have or use something else

*easy tutorial*

Let's open the a frame. resize down to 80% i picked the twine frame from the kit. depending on what you used using your select tool set on free hand selection. selection type set on point to point. click around the frame since mine is a circle. if you have a frame with cleaner edges just click the inside and expand. But for this i didnt need too. once you connect your ants together copy and paste of choice. invert> delete. select none.

Drag paper layer below frame. while paper layer is highlighted selections all> float> defloat copy and paste your tube of choice,invert>delete on tube layer. select none. drag tube layer below frame. change blend mode. i also changed it to black and white.
Adjust> hue and saturation> colorize both dials set at zero. add a slight radiance, add a drop shadow to the frame now merge all layers together. now open your main tube place where you'd like to go, add porcelain effect then drop shadow. now let's open up the elements. i used the basket, apple, leaves 2, flower 2 and flower 4, frame6, paper 6, paper13, ribbon 2 and ribbon 3. resize downn where you'd like adding drop shadow place where you want or use my tag as a guide.
Now add your mask and apply color dot plugin if you want, 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 May 5th, 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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