Thursday, March 10, 2011

Fading Away

This Tutorial was written by me on March 10, 2011.Any tutorial similar to this is coincidental and by no means is associated with such tutorial. “Fading Away” was written assuming its followers have working knowledge of PSP and its functions. All supplies used are credited to the artist/copyright owner with a link to their products and no supplies are provided by this site/me. If you follow this tut please give credit to BSD, Broken Sky Dezine, or Either one of the three options are acceptable.

Supplies used for this Tutorial are credited to:
Program: PSP9
Font: Versal
Mask by: Shadymedusa Mask_2D054 (I’m sorry…I don’t have the link)

"Thanks Foxy for letting me work with your beautiful kit!!!"

Let’s Play!!!!

(remember to use drop shadows on all your elements)
Open paper #1, duplicate the paper (shift/D on your keyboard) and close the original; now resize your paper 500x500. Go to Layers>Load/save mask>Load mask from dick>(select mask)>OK. Go to Layers>Merge>Group.
Go to Layers>New Raster Layer. A box will pop up, select “Normal” for blend mode and click OK.  The new layer should automatically read “Raster2”Activate your flood fill tool, in the color palette select black. Flood Fill the raster 2 layer black.
Open element 46 (glitter), apply to canvas, and resize 70%.
Open element 19 (sparkles), apply to canvas resize 80%., and move to the right.
Open element 16 (frame), apply to canvas, and resize 60%.
Open element 22(black rose), apply to canvas, and resize 35%. Move to the top layer and place on bottom right of your frame element.
Open element 25 (cloud), apply to canvas, and resize 75%. Move below frame element towards the bottom of canvas.  
Open element 12 (bow), apply to canvas, and resize 25%. Place the bow on the upper right corner of frame. Activate your deform tool to slightly tilt your bow to the right.
Open element 17, apply to canvas resize %, and place on the upper left of your canvas (just above the corner of your frame).
Activate your magic wand tool and Select inside your frame element. Go to Selections>Expand>15>OK. Go to Selections>Invert. Open your tube and apply inside the highlighted area. Use your move tool to position it to your liking then press the delete key on your keyboard. Go to Layers>New Layer Group>Luminance (Legacy)>OK, and then Merge group.
Using your chosen font apply your name and copyright info.
All Done!!!
Thanks for trying my tut!!!

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