Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Ftu - Ghosts

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

Free Scrap kit by HPStudio
"Little Ghosts" Grab scrapkit Here
Scroll down near the bottom, there is two kits

Font of choice

Plugins Optional:
red paw media - beautifier

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


Open element23 R/S to 80% canvas size 600x600
Open element6, R/S to 80% C/P onto canvas in center

Open element 19, R/S to 50%, Select your frame layer
Click inside frame- modify- expand by5 C/P element 19 onto canvas
Drag below your pumpkin, then where you'd like behind it
selections invert, delete. select none

Open paper8, R/S to 40%, select your pumpkin selections
all float defloat, C/P paper onto canvas, invert delete select none
Change blend mode on your paper layer to soft light
erase paper off of your stem. i also colorized that green

Open element 11. R/S to 80% erase off the stick, C/P
onto canvas, mirror and place off to the right side
Select frame layer, apply outer glow, add noise, D/S

Open element1, R/S to 30% C/P onto canvas
Open element 15, R/S to 15% C/P onto canvas

Open element21 R/S to 15% using selection tool
to seperate them i used both of them

place elements where you want, or use my tag as a guide.
Apply your mask, copyrights,  add your name save as a PNG
You're done!

Thanks for trying my tutorial.

This tutorial was written on October 13th, 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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