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Sunday, July 17, 2011

Darker Side of Heaven

This tutorial assumes you have a working knowledge of PSP
This tutorial was written using PSP 8

Image or Tube of Choice
*I am using the stunning artwork of Zindy S.D. Nielsen. You MUST have a license to use this artwork*

Darker Side of Heaven PTU
*This is a gorgeous scrapkit by Pink Princess Scraps. You can find all of her kits for sale at Digital Chaos*

Lets Get Started:

1). Open 650*550 blank image
Open up 5 papers of choice from the kit

2). Draw a large circle in the middle of your canvas
Convert to raster layer
Select All
Copy and paste your paper of choice as a new layer
Select None
*Draw out shapes using my tag as a reference. Use a different paper for each shape*

3). On the smaller circle in the middle of the big circle
Select All
Copy and paste your image or tube of choice as a new layer
Select None

4). Duplicate your Image/Tube layer
Guassian Blur
Change the blend mode to something you like

5). Now is the time to make the tag your own
Add any elements you want

6). Resize if you feel necessary

7). Add the copyright information and any license information needed

8). Add your name
Save in your preferred format

All Done!

This tutorial was written by Carrie's Concoctions on July 17, 2011
Any resemblance to any other tutorial is completely unintentional