Friday, January 6, 2012

Colour Fusion Tutorial

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I created this tut in PSPX1 (11) but it can be done
with any version of PSP. This is an easy tutorial
with not much to do, just take your time.

You will need:

A tube - I used one of Misticheskaya tubes.
You need to be a registered member of
to purchase her tubes, but any tube will do.
Scrapkit called 'Colour Fusion' from Pookers Creations/Elegant Inspirations
Font 'Pea MelodyShay' from Fonts For Peas
Mask #363 from Vixpsp-Masks
2nd mask from top

Open up the tube you are going to use.
New white canvas 800x900

Select All - New raster layer - copy & paste a paper from scrapkit into Selection.
New Mask Layer-From Image with these settings

Merge Group - Image-Mirror.
Copy & paste one of the frames from scrapkit as a new layer.
Resize 85% Bicubic-all layers unchecked. Move down slightly.
Magic Wand - click inside frame - Selections-Modify-Expand 5
Copy & paste a paper from scrapkit as a new layer - Selections-Invert, hit delete.
Keep selected. Move the paper layer below the frame layer. Make frame layer actions.

Copy & paste your tube as a new layer, placing it centre of frame.
Eraser Tool - erase bottom of tube protruding from frame

Copy & paste one of the Double Frames as a new layer. Move this below your tube layer.
Magic Wand, click inside both top & bottom frames - Selections-Modify-Expand 5.
Copy & paste a paper from scrapkit as a new layer - Selections-Invert, hit delete.
Keep seleceted - copy & paste your tube once more positioning it centre of both frames.
hit delete when you are happy with position of tube.

Copy & paste a bow from scrapkit as a new layer - you may have to resize the bow.
Place the bow over the top of the double frame.

Add this drop shadow to big frame, double frame & bow layers

Add your name & correct copyright.
Cross out eyes on bottom layer (white) Merge Visible all other layers. Copy & paste as a New Image
on your work space. Resize to your liking. I resized mine 70% Bicubic-all layers checked.
Save as a *Png

This tutorial was written by ©Kate on 6th January 2012
Any resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental.
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