Sunday, May 10, 2015

Ptu - Hot Chola

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

Paid Scrap kit by Joy Designs
"In The Hood" Purchase at Smiley Creations

Font of choice

Plugins Optional:
xero - moodlight - jeans

Tutorial shortcut index:
"Delete" on your keyboard under Insert.
"C/P" copy and paste as new layer.
Remove "O/L" Remove original layer.
"D/S" Drop shadow located in 3D effects.
"R/S" Resize layer located in Image.
New "R/L" Raster layer, in Layers.
"outer glow" Gradient glow from eye candy
Or my method on my blog under "How to dos"

Good D/S settings:
0, 0, 57, 6, color black

Good add noise settings:
Uniform- 70-90 % noise monochrome
Random- 10-34% noise monochrome

I used the artwork of Keith Garvey
You can find his artwork Here
Tube i used Here

Open element 9, image-canvas size 600x600
Select magic wand, click inside frame, selections-
modify-expand by 8, open paper8, R/S to 60%, C/P onto canvas
selections- invert, delet. select none drag below frame layer.

Select your paper layer, selections-all- float- defloat
open close up tube of choice, C/P onto canvas, selections invert- delet
select none drag below frame layer. blend mode to overlay
opacity set to 62% i changed tube to greyscale so it pops out more
apply - jeans, settings of choice

Open your tube, R/S place off to the side a little bit, drop shadow
on tube apply xero - moodlight, just change original color to 185

Now it's element time

Elements i used and the resized %
Using this drop shadow: 0, 0, 56, 5, color black
Element10 - 60%
Element16 - 40%
Element45 - 30%
Element35 - 80%
Element34 - 25%
Element64 - 30%
Element23 - 25%
Element2 - 25%
Element21 - 30%
Element62 - 35%
Element30 - 25%

I drew out a rectangle out to look like a pole dropping
down behind the telephone, to look like a telephone pole
you can do this, i just used grey color and a bevel

place elements where you want, or use my tag as a guide.

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

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

This tutorial was written on May 10th, 2015 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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