Monday, July 25, 2011

A Moment In Time


This tutorial assumes you have a working knowledge of PSP
It was written using PSP 8 but can be done in other versions

Supplies:
Image and Tube of Choice
*This uses the gorgeous artwork of Zindy S.D. Nielsen. You must have a license to use the same art.*

A Moment In Time Scrapkit
*This is a fantastic kit by Dark Yarrow. You can find ALL of her gorgeous kits at Digital Chaos*

EI_Template54_pooker
*This is a great template by Elegant Inspirations. Please visit her blog to download this and all her other goodies. Leave her some love if you download*

WSL_Mask330 (or mask of choice)
*The mask I used is from WeeScotLass Creations. Please visit her blog if you wish to use the same mask*

Lets Get Started:
1). Open up all your supplies
Shift +D to duplicate your template
Close the original
Delete the copyright layer on your template

2). Make Raster 1 active
Copy and paste your paper of choice as a new layer
Layers
New Mask Layer
Choose your mask from the drop down menu
Source Luminance Checked
Invert Data unchecked

3). Make your GreyRect layer active
Select All
Float
Defloat
Copy and paste your paper as a new layer
Invert
Delete
Select None
*Do these same steps for all of your shapes layers except your LtPinkSquare layer*

4). Make your LtPinkSquare layer active
Select All
Float
Defloat
Copy and paste your image of choice as a new layer
Invert
Delete
Select None

5). Duplicate your image
On the duplicate add:
Xero ~ Porcelin
*Use the factory settings*
Change the settings to Luminance Legacy
On your original image layer change the blend mode to Multiply or whatever looks good with your image

6). Copy and paste your tube as a new layer
Duplicate
On the duplicate add:
Xero ~ Porcelin
*Use factory settings*
Change the settings to Multiply or what looks good with your tube

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

8). Resize if you feel necessary

9). Add your copyright information and any license information that you need

10). Add your name
Save in your desired format

All Done!

This tutorial was written by Carrie's Concoctions on July 25, 2011
Any resemblance to any other tutorial is purely unintentional


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