Friday, September 16, 2011

Flirting with Fall

This Tutorial was written by me on September 16, 2011.Any tutorial similar to this is coincidental and by no means is associated with such tutorial. "Flirting with Fall" 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: PSP X3 (any version will do)
PTU Kit: Flirting with Fall By: Dark Moon's Dream Sold @ LNG
PTU Tube by: Anna Marine @ CDO
FTU Mask By: DBV #111
Font : Giddy Up Std
OK...Lets make a tag:
Open a new canvas 600x600/72dpi
Flood fill your canvas white
Copy & Paste paper 1 to your canvas as a new layer,apply your mask and merge layer >group.
Apply the fence element to your canvas and leave it where it is.
Apply your full tube to the center of the fence element.
Apply the mushroom element to your canvas, re-size 70%, and place on the left side of fence.
Apply flowerpot, re-size 70%, and place to the right side of the fence.
Apply the acorn element to your canvas, re-size 45%, and place to the left of the mushroom element.
Apply the deco 07 element & place it on top of merged mask layer.
Apply corn element , re-size 45% and place in front of the flowerpot element.
Apply the butterfly element, re-size 30%, and place it on your canvas just above the fence on the left.
Apply the bird element, re-size 30%, and place it on the fence on the right side.
Apply name using text box. Go to your layers pallet and right click on the text layer. Then click "convert to raster layer". Go to Effects>artistic effects>glowing effects>choose settings>ok.
Apply copyright and license # for the tube used using your text box and apply to tag.
Go to layers>merge visible. Then save your tag to your PC.
Thanks for trying my tut!

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