Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Down on the Farm 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
PTU kit Country Corner by Nette's Night Owl Works found here
Thank you Nette!
Tube of choice I am using Pin up Toons and you need a license for his work found here 
Mask of choice  I am using Mask 211 by Insatiable Dreams found here 
Font used is A&S Snapper script
Add Drop Shadow as you go with your settings at 2, 2, 65, 15 

Let's Begin!


Open up a new image I like to use a tagger size of 460 x 460
Flood fill white
Open up vellum frame element, right click copy and then right click paste as new layer. Resize to your liking, place in the middle, then click inside the frame using your magic wand then go to Selections-Modify-Expand by 5, then open up paper 27, then right click copy, right click paste as new layer and place below the frame layer, then with the paper layer still active go up to Selections-Invert-hit delete on your keyboard then deselect. Okay so now using your magic wand again click inside the frame, then go up to Selections-Modify-Expand by 5, now open the barn element and right click copy, then right click paste as new layer, and place above the paper layer, resize so the doors of the barn are in the middle of the frame, see my example above, then with the barn layer still active, go up to Selections-Invert-hit delete on your keyboard, deselect. Now open the country cow element and right click copy, then right click paste as new layer, place the cow in front of the doors in the barn, see example above.
Now open up the rose swag element and place above the frame layer, I had to erase some of the roses to get it to fit right on the frame, then duplicate-then go to Image-Mirror 
Now open up any other elements you want making sure you copy and paste each one as a new layer.
Then open up your tubes of choice and place them on top of the hay
Open up paper 26 and then right click copy and then right click paste as new layer, add your mask-invert your mask
Add your name and copyright and you are done! 
 

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