Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Smell The Roses Forum Set Tutorial


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At the time I created this tutorial, all tubes, scrapkits, etc were
in working links. Sorry if the links no longer work
With scrapkits, if the link or site is missing, choose a similar scrapkit

I created this tut in PSPX4 (14) but it can be done
with any version of PSP. You need to have a good understanding of
your PSP program to do this tutorial

You will need:
A  tube plus a close up tube - I used a tube from Angela Newman
You need to be a registered member of PSP Tubes Emporium (PTE)
to purchase her tubes, but any tubes will do.
Mask #TimeLine3 from Moonbeams & Spiderwebs
Font I used is called 'KellyBrown' from Dafont.com
Plugin Filters:
Eyecandy4000-Gradient Glow & MotionTrail


New white canvas 550x250

(Open up & minimise Mask #TimeLine3)
New raster layer - Flood Fill with a colour from your tube
New Mask Layer-From Image with these settings

Merge Group. Copy & paste your tube as a new layer. Resize so the
tube fills half of the canvas if you don't have a close-up tube.
Effects/ edge effects/enhance.  Lower opacity to 35. Copy and paste smaller tube,
placing it the opposite side of main tube. Add this drop shadow

Add your wording - I have 'Take The Time To Smell The Roses' but you can use any
wording you like. Place the wording top left side of canvas. Effects-Plugins-Eyecandy4000,
MotionTrail with these settings

Add your name & correct copyright. Add a new raster layer - SElections-Select All - Flood Fill with
a dark colour from your tube - Selections-Modify-Contract-4, hit delete. Selections-None. Adjust-
Add&RemoveNoise-Add Noise with these settings

Merge Visible - Save as a *Png image

You can aslo make a  Avatar by just using your Selection Tool-Rectangle - draw out a small rectangle
Copy & paste as a New Image on your workspace. Resize 150x150 pixels-Lock aspects, unchecked.
 Add your first name or initial.
Add the frame as for the main tag image - Merge Visible & save as a *Png image also


This tutorial was written by ©Kate on 11th April 2012
Any resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental.
You may link to this tutorial, and/or print out for your personal use only.
Please do not copy, rewrite, translate, place it (or Zip files)
anywhere on the web, send via email, or claim it as your own.

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