Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Slayer



Supplies Needed

1 tube of choice – I used the amazing artwork of Ariane Soares which can be purchased from My Tubed Art.  You must have a license to use. 

Font of choice – I used Black Adder II here

JWY Mask here

My template 168 here

Plug Ins used:
Xenofex 2: Burnt Edges
Eyecandy 5: Nature – Fire
Eyecandy 5: Textures – Stone Wall and Wood

“Enchanted Warrior” is a PTU tagger size scrap kit created by Tracey of Scrapz n Pleasure and can be purchased from Mystical Scraps.  You can visit her blog here.  Thank you Tracey for a wonderful kit! 
  
This tutorial was written assuming you have working knowledge of PSP. 

~~ Let’s get started ~~

Open up the template.
Shift + D.
Close out the original.
Delete the credit layer, Raster layers 9, 6, 4, 3, and 1.
Highlight the background layer.  
Image/Canvas Size:
700 x 600
OK
Flood fill white.

Highlight Raster 2 template layer.
Click on it with your Magic Wand.
New Raster layer.
Copy and paste Paper 1 Into Selection.
Deselect.
Apply Xenofex 2: Burnt Edges:
Match your settings to mine:

OK
Delete the template layer.
Duplicate the burnt paper.
Tap the letter K on your keyboard to activate your Pick Tool and push the side in until you have a very thin strip.  Center it over the burnt paper – see my tag for reference.

Highlight Raster 5 template layer.
Click on it with your Magic Wand.
New Raster layer.
Copy and paste Paper 4 Into Selection.
Copy and paste Element 63 as a new layer (it’s very large, you won’t see it)
Resize 20%
Move into a position you like over the circle paper layer.
Right click on the element in your layer’s pallet.  Choose “Promote Section to Layer” from the sub menu.
Close out the original element layer.
Selections/Modify/Expand by 4.
New Raster layer below the paper layer.
Copy and paste Paper 1 Into Selection.
Deselect.
Give it a slight Inner Bevel:
Delete the template layer.

Highlight Raster 8 template layer.
Repeat the above step.
At this step you can also delete the original element layer.

Highlight Raster 7 template layer.
Click on it with your Magic Wand.
Apply Eyecandy 5: Textures – Wood
Settings Tab:
Choose Pine Floor

Basic Tab:

Grain Tab:

Panel Tab:

OK
Deselect.

Move Raster 11 template layer just below Raster 13 layer in your Layers Pallet.
We’ll come back to these in a bit.

Highlight Raster 10 layer.
Click on it with your Magic Wand.
Copy and paste element 41 as a new layer.
Resize 130%
Move into position over the template layer so that only the rock floor and background are seen – see my tag for reference.
In your layers pallet, right click on the element and choose “Promote Section to Layer”
Deselect.
Delete the template layer.

Move the original element about Raster 12 template layer.
Repeat the above step.
Once you’ve completed the step, delete the original element layer.
Merge Visible both of the promoted layers.

Highlight Raster 11 layer.
Click on it with your Magic Wand.
Apply Eyecandy 5: Texture – Stone Wall.
Settings Tab:
Cobble Stone

Basic Tab:

DO NOT deselect yet.

Selections/Modify/Select Selections Border:
Both and Anti Alias checked
Border Width: 2
Selections/Modify/Inside Outside Feather:
Both checked
Feather Amount: 2
OK
Press Shift + B on your keyboard.
Your Brightness/Contrast box will appear:
Brightness: -100
Contrast: -30
OK
Select None.

Highlight Raster 13 template layer.
Repeat the above step.

Merge Visible both stone frame layers.

Copy and paste your tube below the frame layers.
Change the Opacity to Soft Light and Lower the Opacity to about 48.
Move into position beneath the left frame.
Highlight the merged frame layer.
Use your Magic Wand and click just inside the left frame.
Selections/Modify/Expand by 4.
Selections/Invert
Tap the delete key.
Deselect.

Add your elements below the frames.  I used:
(Don’t worry about what overhangs the frames.  We’ll clean that up in a bit)
Element 46:  Resize 30%
Element 11:  Resize 25%
Element 58:  Resize 5%
Element 62:  Resize 5% and 25%/Duplicate as many times as you like.
Element 6:  Resize 45%

Highlight the merged stone frames layer.
Click inside each one with your Magic Wand.
Selections/Modify/Expand by 4.
Selections/Invert
Highlight and tap the delete key of each element that overhangs the frames.
Deselect.

Copy and paste Element 30 as a new layer.
Resize 40%
Give it a drop shadow.
Make your Freehand Selection Tool active.
Section off an area where you’d like the fire to be:

Apply Eyecandy 5: Nature – Fire:
Settings Tab:
Medium – Torch

Basic Tab:

Click the Random Seed button until you have a flame you like.
OK
Deselect.

Copy and paste your tube as a new layer.

Add your elements.  I used:
EL6:  Resize 45%
EL 37:  Resize 65%
EL55:  Resize 70%/Flip/Duplicate/Mirror
EL27:  Resize 70%
EL60:  Resize 25%
EL28:  Resize 25%
EL7:  Resize 60%/Free rotate Left 7 degrees/Duplicate/Mirror
EL10:  Resize 8%/Duplicate 3x’s
EL15:  Resize 30%/Use Target Tool to change the color to #a67f4b

Add your copyrights.

Add your name:
Open up Paper 1 and 4
Color Pallet:
Foreground and Background:  Pattern/Paper 4
Make your Text Tool active
Type your name
Give it a slight Inner Bevel:

Select All/Float/Defloat
Selections/Modify/Expand by 2.
New Raster layer below your name.
Flood fill with Paper 1.

Open up the mask.
Rotate the mask right:

Highlight your white background.
New Raster layer.
Select All.
Copy and paste Paper 1 Into Selection.
Deselect.
Apply the mask.
Merge Group.

I’d love to see your results.
Email me!
Hugs,
Bev

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