Tuesday, April 7, 2009

New Tutorial " Blue Easter"

"Blue Easter"
I wrote this Tutorial on April 7th, 2009.
Any resemblance to another tutorial is purely coincidental.
Any version of Paint Shop Pro will work.
You must have a good knowledge working with masks.
My DD_Blue Easter scrap kit which you can get

Or you can use a Easter kit of your choice. I am using a mask from Sandie.
EssexGirl from, Sg_braided-star mask. or you can use mask of choice.
Tube of choice, Font of choice.
I am using the artwork of ©Anna Liwanag. you may find her tubes
Please do not use the same tube without the proper license.
'Ok, Let's Go"
Open a new 600x600 blank canvas and floodfill with white.
Copy and paste a paper of choice, open your mask and apply. Duplicate
The mask layer, and on the original, adjust, blur, gaussian blur of 20%, click ok.
Hide your white background, merge the mask layers visible.
Repeat the same steps above with a different paper.
Merge all the mask layers visible. unhide the white background.
Now with your preset shape tool set on eclipse, width 11,
Background closed/foreground with color or pattern of choice,
holding down your shift key, draw a circle. obejects, align, center in canvas.
With magic wand, click inside the circle, selections, modify, expand by 3,
Copy and paste paper of choice, selections invert, hit delete. select none.
Move the paper under the circle layer. add a drop shadow to the frame.
Back on the circle layer, select all, float, defloat, add noise, random of 25%.
And click ok, sharpen if needed.
Back on the circle layer, magic wand, expand by 3, add your tube,
And position where you want, selections invert, hit delete. select none. add
A drop shadow to your tube.
Add any embellishments of your choice, add drop shadows.
See my tag for placement, or place where you want.
Add your tube again above all other layers, move her down to the
Bottom right side, add a drop shadow to the tube.
Add your name in font of choice, add a drop shadow, sharpen.
Add your watermark and Artist copyright info.
Save tag as a .png file.
This Tutorial is copyrighted to me.
Please Do Not claim this Tutorial as your own.
©Donna's Designzs

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