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Saturday, June 23, 2012

PTU Summer tutorial





Supplies

Kit: The pretty PTU kit Bottoms Up by Amy Marie available at Artistic Reality Talent
Tube: Sweetheart Adeline by Zlata M available at Pics For Design
Mask: EMB_Mask2_ByElla available at Creative Misfits Creations here, or mask of choice
Template: Collab Tempz1 Temp3_Dwana_Stef available here:
Font: Sverige Script Decorated or font of choice
Program of choice (this tutorial was written specifically for Photoshop users)

Don't forget to save frequently!

1. Open template, change image size to 550 x 471 px (Alt+Ctrl+I), then change canvas size to 600x600 px (Alt+Ctrl+C).

2. Delete copyright layer.

3. Open sun, resize 50% copy and paste above background layer. Position in the upper left.

4. Open BU_PalmTree, resize 50% copy and paste above previous layer. Position on the upper left.

5. Open sandAM12, copy and paste above previous layer, flip vertically (Edit->Transform->Flip Vertical). Position on the bottom.

6. Open pp7, resize to 600 x 600 px, copy and paste to canvas above back rectangle layer. Create clipping mask. (Right-click layer and select "Create Clipping Mask".)

7. Open pp4, resize to 600 x 600 px, copy and paste to canvas above small oval left layer. Create clipping mask.

8. Open pp4, resize to 600 x 600 px, copy and paste to canvas above small oval right layer. Create clipping mask.

9. Open pp3, resize to 600 x 600 px, copy and paste to canvas above top rectangle layer. Create clipping mask.

10. Open pp3, resize to 600 x 600 px, copy and paste to canvas above top rectangle layer. Create clipping mask.

11. Open pp022, resize to 600 x 600 px, copy and paste to canvas above top rectangle layer. Create clipping mask.

12. Create new layer above dotted rectangle layer, flood fill black, then create clipping mask.

13. Create new layer above swirl layer, flood fill #ff1ec1, then create clipping mask.

14. Create new layer above doodle layer, flood fill black, then create clipping mask.

15. Create new layer above large oval layer, flood fill #8b0546, then create clipping mask.

16. Create new layer above tiny wordart layer, flood fill black, then create clipping mask.

17. Open pp012, resize to 600 x 600 px, copy and paste to canvas above top rectangle layer. Create clipping mask. Should look like this so far:



18. Open tube, copy and paste above previous layer. Resize as desired. Create clipping mask.

19. Duplicate tube layer, do not create clipping mask with this one. Use your eraser tool to erase any part of the tube that hangs over the bottom.

20. On the right side, I placed these elements (below the duplicated tube layer):

BU_Mask2, resized 50%
BU_Crab, resized 25%

21. On the left side, I placed these elements (below the duplicated tube layer):

BU_Surfboard2, resized 80%
BU_Slice1, resized 25%
BU_SkullyLilly3, resized 25%
BU_SkullyLilly2, resized 25%
starfishs, resized 75%
flower, resized 25%
cocktail 1, resized 20%

22. Add name above all other layers. I used Sverige Script Decorated, size 72 #fe1ec0, with 2px stroke white.

23. Add drop shadow to all elements if desired.

24. Open pp021, resize 600 x 600 px, copy and paste to canvas.

25. Drag previous layer all the way to the bottom of layers. Add mask of choice (I used EMB_Mask2_ByElla) to layer {Press "Q" while on layer to enter quickmask selection, copy mask and paste, resize to fit canvas (Ctrl-T and then drag each side to edge of canvas, press enter to accept selection), Press "Q" again, then click on the button at the bottom of the layers that is a rectangle with a circle in the middle. Resize as desired and use eraser tool around edges.

26. Be sure to delete white background layer before saving.

27. Add your watermark, save as .png and you are finished!



*Note* I always save my tags as a .psd file in case I make mistakes and to offer to others.


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