Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Hey Jinx Tutorial

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I created this tut in PSPX4 (14) but it can be done
with any version of PSP. This is an easy tutorial
with not much to do, just take your time.
We will be using mostly the built-in texture effects of your PSP
with this tutorial.

You will need:

A tube - I used one of Brigid Ashwoods cute tubes.
You need to be a registered member of CDO
to purchase her tubes, but any tube will do.
Template #7 from Sylly Creationz Blogspot
Font I used is called 'Day Poster Black'
Plugin Filter - Eyecandy4000-Gradient Glow

Open up the tube you are going to use.
Open up template #7 - Shift D to duplicate it - delete original template.
Make bottom layer (dots) of the template active - add a new Raster layer. Flood fill that
layer with white - move down to bottom.

While still on the white bottom layer, go to Image-Canvas Size with these settings

Flood Fill once more with white.
Delete the very top layer (watermark)
Make the Oval layer active on the template - select 2 colours from your tube. Foreground a light
colour, Background a darker colour. In your materials palette use this gradient

Still on the Oval layer - Select All-Float-Defloat-new Raster Layer, Flood Fill with your gradient.
Keep selected - go to Effects-Texture Effects-Soft Plastic with these settings

Keep selected - new Raster Layer - Selections-Modify-Select Selection Borders with these settings

Flood Fill with your dark colour. Selections-None - Adjust-Add Noise-Uniform-35-Monochrome ticked
Add this drop shadow

Make Pink Rectangle layer active - Select All-Float-Defloat - new Raster Layer, Flood Fill with your dark colour. Add drop

shadow
Make Black Rectangle-bigger layer active - Select All-Float-Defloat - new Raster Layer, Flood Fill with your gradient
Keep selected - add same texture effect s before (soft Plastic)
Add drop shadow - then again using V-2 & H-3.

Make white rectangle layer active - Select All-Float-Defloat - new Raster Layer, flood fill with your dark colour.
Add the Noise effect once more. Selections-None. Add drop shadow V2 & H3.

Make Black Rectangle-Small layer active - Select All-Float-Defloat - nnew Raster layer, flood fill with your gradient
Keep selected - Effects-Texture Effects-Blinds with these settings (use a dark colour from your tube)

Add drop shadow & then use the V-2 & H-3 once more

At this stage we will add your tube - copy & paste tube as a new layer - placing the tube where it will look nice.
Add drop shadow, remembering to change your V2 & H3.

Make the Text layer active (matters) - Select All-Float-Defloat - new Raster Layer, Flood Fill to your liking.
I used EyeCandy4000-Gradient Glow with these settings & then moved the Text down a bit

Add drop shadow

Make top layet active (text) - Select All-Float-Defloat, using your Brush Tool set on a large circle colour text
with a very light colour from your tube. I then added the EyeCandy4000-Gradient Glow. Add drop shadow.

At this stage we will add our name & Copyright.
When you have done that - make bottom layer (white) active - cross out eye - Merge Visible all other layers.
Click COPY on your merged layer & paste as a New Image on your work space.
Your merged image should now have a transparent back ground. Resize your image to your liking. I resized mine
84% Bicubic-all layers checked. Save as a *Png.

This tutorial was written by ©Kate on 7th December 2011.
Any resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental.
You may Link to this tutorial, and/or print for your personal use only.
Please do not copy, rewrite, translate, place it (or Zip files)
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