Sunday, July 21, 2013

Sexy Captain - 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 Designs By Sarah
Click Here
Fonts of your choice
Plugins Optional:
xero - porcelain
eyecandy 4000- gradient - color dot
mura meister - copies
I am using the art of Pinup Toons
You can find his artwork Here

Let's up your frame or port hole. increase the size by 120x120. Image- canvas size set at  600x600. using your magic wand click  on the inside of your frame, modify- expand by 4 copy and paste paper of choice, selections- invert- delete. select- none. drag below frame layer, choose the tube you want to use, Image- mirror your tube. copy and paste on your canvas, Using mura's copies settings of choice. but set on wallpaper. now select your paper layer again the one below your frame. selecting this layer. selections all- float- deloat.

While the marching ants are around this layer, select your copies tube layer, selections-  invert- delete. select none. drag this layer below your frame. Adjust- hue and saturation- colorize- both dials on zero. change blend mode to screen or which ever you want. now apply - color dots. settings of choice. add a slight drop shadow to the frame layer and  merge all. Now grab your main tube resize if you need too, copy and paste off to the side  adding a slght drop shadow and porcelain settings of choice.

Now it's time for your elements. i used the captain hat, bird, smooth sailing wordart, and  life perserver, port hole frame, wave, paper 1 and 2. resize the elements down adding slight  drop shadow. 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 July 21st, 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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