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1 tube of choice - I used the artwork of PinUpToons which can now be purchased from CDO. You must use a license to use.
Font of Choice - I used Chicken Basket
Becky Mask 22 here
Eyecandy 3.1 - Glow
“Seasons” is a massive collaboration put together by many many designers in the scrapping and tagging community to help with the devastation in New Zealand caused by the tragic earthquake. This collaboration is FTU after a donation of $10 USD to the Salavation Army of NZ is made. Please visit Taggers Together for New Zealand to read more on how these talented designers are helping with this cause and to make your donation. This portion of the collaboration was created by Julie of Whispy‘s D‘zines. Please visit her blog here.
This tutorial was written assuming you have a working knowledge of PSP.
~♥~ Let’s get started ~♥~
Open up a 700 x 700 blank canvas.
Flood fill white.
Copy and paste 28 as a new layer.
Free rotate Right 40 degrees
Copy and paste your tube as a new layer.
Position at the left side of the frame - see my tag for reference.
You can either move the frame into the position you want over the duplicated tube layer OR you can move the tube left or right.
Once you’ve done that Highlight the frame layer.
Click inside each square with your Magic Wand.
Selections/Modify/Expand by 4.
New raster layer below the frame.
Copy and paste Paper 6 Into Selection below the duplicated tube layer.
Highlight the tube layer.
Tap the delete key.
Lower the Opacity to about 55 or so.
Add your embellishments. I used:
4: Resize 25% and 90%/Duplicate
3: Resize 25% and 70%/Duplicate
5 & 6: Resize 50%
1: Resize 25%
19: Resize 70%/Duplicate
7: Resize 80%
Highlight the white background layer.
New Raster layer.
Copy and paste Paper 1 Into Selection.
Apply the mask.
Copy and paste 27 as anew layer.
Move into position just over the mask layer.
Apply the mask.
Change the Properties to Hard Light.
Add your copyrights.
Add your name.
Apply Eyecandy 3.1 - Glow
Opacity Dropoff: Fat
Resize all layers 80%.
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial.
I’d love to see your results and show it off in my gallery.