Monday, June 25, 2012

Summer Lovin' 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 Summerlovin by Jenny's Wonderland found here  
Tube of choice I used Keith Garvey and you need a license for his work found here
Mask of choice, I used mask 211 by insatiable dreams found here 
Font of choice I am using Miss Stanfort
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 500 x 500
 
Flood fill white
Open up paper 1 and resize to the size of your tag, 500 x 500,  and right click copy, and right click paste as new layer, add your mask, then duplicate the mask layer.

Then open up element 24 and resize to your liking and then right click copy, then right click paste as new layer.

Now open up element14 the sand, and resize to your liking and right click copy, then right click paste as new layer, it should be on top of the water but move it to the bottom of your tag.

Now open up element 1 and right click copy, then right click paste and place on your tag where I have mine, see example above.

Now open frame 6 right click copy and right click paste as new layer, go up to Image
 -Mirror. Now resize to the size you want. Now using your magic wand click inside the frame and and then go to Selections-Modify-expand by 6, then open up paper 2 and right click copy, then right click paste as new layer and place it below the frame. Now making sure you are still on the paper layer go up to Selections-Invert hit delete on your keyboard and then deselect. Your paper should now be inside the frame.
Now the tube I chose came with 3 different sizes, you are going to use the face tube. So right click copy and right click paste as new layer and place her below the frame but above the paper you just added. Resize if you need to or want to. Now click on the frame layer and once again using your magic wand click inside the frame, then go up to Selections-Modify-Expand by 6 and then click the tube layer and then go up to Selections-Invert-hit delete on your keyboard then deselect. The tube should now be in your frame. Now go to your Blend mode and change it to Luminance.
Now open up your tube again and click the full body tube and right click copy, right click paste as new layer and place her where I have mine, see example above.
Now you can add any other elements you want just make sure you copy and paste each one as a new layer.
Add your name and copyright info and you are done!
I hope you enjoyed my tut! 

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