Tuesday, November 16, 2010

A Pinup Harvest November PTU

This tutorial was written for those who have a working knowledge of PSP. Any similarity to another tutorial is purely coincidental.

:Supplies Needed: 
PSP X3 but any version will work
 Scrap kit November Harvest by Ginas Gems Scraps found here 
Thanks Gina!
Tube of choice I am using Pinup Toons and you need a license for his work which you can find here
Template StalkerAutumnTemplate2 from Paradise Designs found here 
You will need to scroll down to the holiday templates
Font of choice I am using Reklame Script Regular DEMO
Add Drop Shadow as you go with your settings at 2, 2, 65, 15  
Let's Begin!
Open up template and Duplicate (shift key +D) close the original, now resize the template to whatever size you like. Delete the copyright, doodle and leaf group layer. Flood fill your bottom raster layer white
Now on the Oval layer bring the transparency down to 80. 
Now on the oval frame go to Selections-Float-Defloat-and flood fill with this color #ff8300, then go to Adjust-Add/Remove Noise-Add noise-Gaussian checked, monochrome, checked and noise at 100%.
Then on the 3 squares, go to Selections-Float-Defloat, then open up paper 38, copy and paste as new layer, and then go to Selections-Invert-Delete-Deselect. Then using your rectangle tool making sure your foreground and stroke is on the color black, and your background and fill is closed and with your width setting set at 6, draw out a rectangle around one of the 3 frames, convert to raster, and position the frame so it fits nicely on top, then go to Adjust-Add/Remove Noise-Add Noise-Gaussian checked, monochrome checked and noise at 100%, repeat this process for the other 2 frames.

On the small leaves layer go to Selections-Float-Defloat-flood fill with the same color as the oval frame #ff8300, and then go Adjust-Add/Remove Noise-Add Noise- Gaussian checked, monochrome checked, and noise at 100%

On your Oval frame using your magic wand click inside the oval frame and then go to Selections-Modify-Expand by 5, Open up your tube, copy and paste as new layer and place her under the Oval Frame, then duplicate and move the duplicate above the oval frame, close off the duplicate layer. On your original layer go to Selections-Invert-Delete-Deselect. Then open up your duplicate tube, and erase the parts that are sticking out of the frame.
Now on your top square frame of the 3 squares, go to Selections-Float-Defloat. Open up your tube again and copy and paste as new layer, resize her so her head fits on the square then go to Selections-Invert-Delete-Deselect, change the blend mode to Hard Light. Do the same on the 2 other square frames moving the tube down a little, like mine above, so the middle square has her chest area, and the bottom frame, has her hands.
Add any elements you want making sure you copy and paste each as a new layer
Add your name and copyright info 
And you are done!
Hope you liked my tut!

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