Friday, September 26, 2014

In Your Dreams - FTU

 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

FTU Scrap kit by Jessica
"Dream Girl" At Scraps by Jessica

Template3 by Brutal Designs
Get it from her blog Here
From pack 11

Font of choice
LDJ Jilly Nilly

Mask of choice

Plugins Optional:
eye candy- gradient glow
xenofex 2 - constellation - jeans
photoeffex - scan lines
xero - radiance

PSP effects:
texture effects - mosaic antique

Tutorial shortcut index:
"Delete" on your keyboard under Insert.
"C/P" copy and paste as new layer
"D/P" drop shadow
"R/S" resize layer

I used the artwork of Armando Huerta
Unfortunately He no longer sells tubes,
Though you can find his art HERE
*Warning his website has extreme nudity*

*May be difficult- working with lots of layers*

Open temp R/S 80%
Image- canvas size 600x600
remove credits, dark grey left circle
and remove the background.

Step 2) Now we'll be doing this step on all of your layers
Hide all of your layers but the last layer  "purple circle left"
Selections- all- float- defloat C/P paper of choice
paste as a new layer, selections- invert- delete. select none
delete the original template layer. Now add gradient glow
Once you're done. hide this layer and go onto the next.

Step3) Do this for all of your layers, until you reach "dark grey right circle"
You will then selections- all- float- defloat. add a new raster layer
floor fill color black. Open close up tube C/P as new layer
Selections-invert- delete. select none. now Adjust- hue/sat-
colorize. saturation dial put at zero. now apply scalines settings of choice
Also apply constellation settings of choice. add your gradiant glow.
Once you're done. hide this layer and go onto the next.

On to the next layers, please continue with step 2. once you'e reached
"right pink circle". Do this one the same as you did step 3.
Once you're done. hide this layer and go onto the next.

Now move onto the rest of the layers following step 2.
Then once you reach "white rec frame & pink rec"
While pink rec is selected. selections- all- float- defloat C/P
paper of choice, i used one with texture, paper 12
Paste as new layer, invert- delete select none. Open the same close up
of your choosing. or use a different one. C/P as new layer onto your canvas
Drag your tube inside the frame where you'd like for it to go
selections- invert- delete select none. now change blend mode
Add noise and D/S to white rec frame

Unhide the last 4 layers. these should be the film layers
Open your tubes you'd like to use ready.
On each frame background layer "purple rec left"
Selections- all- float- defloat C/P tube of choice
Selections- invert- delete- select none. now do this
for the rest of the layers. I choose to change the  purple to black
You may do this, an easy way is just selecting the purple layers
Adjust- brightness/contrast- brightness set at -255 and this turns it black

Once you've got your tubes in their places. Adjust- hue/sat- colorize
sat dial set at zero. this changes tube to black/white. turn down opacity
now add your - jeans plugin. settings of choice. add radiance
again settings of choice, I don't remember the ones i used.

Now add a gradient glow around your frame. add noise and D/S
Unhide all of your layers. go by adding D/S's if they need it. or by
adding noise to your glow if you'd like it.

Now it's time to add your main tube. I choose one that's sitting down
I placed her in the center, looking as if she's sitting on the frame
add D/S and radiance settings of choice. Since she was topless
I took one of the labels "in your dreams" resized and censored her breasts

Now it's time to add the other elements.
I used: bow 7, dragonfly 1, flowers 3 & 4
butterflies 2 & 3,  labels 1 & 2, lace black
Papers 12, 20, 2, 19, - Resize elements down
Place them where you want, or use my tag as a guide

After i merged my whole tag. i duplicated, blurred
the copied layer, then i added mosaic antique

Add your copyrights, add your name, save as a PNG
You're done!

Thanks for trying my tutorial.
Now lets see those results.

This tutorial was written on Sept. 26th, 2014 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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