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Friday, November 25, 2011


Any resemblance to any other tutorial or signature is merely coincidental and is not intended.

I am using the artwork of Arthur Crowe  You can purchase his artwork and a license to use them HERE you MUST have a license to her her work

I am using Wicked Princess Scraps PTU kit “Deputy Brad”  You can purchase that here

I am using the font: 28 Days Later
I am using plugins: Lokas 3-D
I am using Mask #72 from Vaybs, you can get it here

Pieces of the kit used in this tutorial are
Bullet hole Spray
Evidence label 2
Baton 2

You must have working knowledge of PSP to complete this tutorial.  This tutorial was written using PSPXII

Open new Canvas 600*600

Open PP8 and resize to 600*600.  Paste apply mask and resize to your liking, Merge Group,
Open Jaildoor c/p to canvas, resize to your liking. 
Open PP9, resize to 600*600. Paste under the jail door, use your selection tool and go around the outside of the bars, invert selection and delete leaving the inside of the door with your paper.

Take the close up of the tube and put it under the jail door.  Use the wand to select the outside of PP9, Invert, Delete, apply Hard Light.  Take the full tube and paste it and move it to the right side of the siggy, apply Lokas 3-D

Bullet Hole Spray, resize to your liking and place on top of Mask
Bullets, Resize and set over the bottom of your tube
Evidence label Two, Resize and rotate to your liking, place under bullets to the Right
Alcohol, resize and place on the left side over the jail door
Baton 2, flip, resize and place over the alcohol bottles
Cuffs 1 Resize and place behind the Alcohol bottles
Brush, Resize and place on top of the other elements

Apply drop shadow to your taste.  Mine are all 2*2’s
Resize the signature if needed
The name.  28 Days Later size 28  Color #000000, apply Eye Candy 3.1 Glow color FFFFF, Fat, Pixels 3
Drop Shadow to your liking
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