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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Mystical Ocean PTU Tut

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

I am using the artwork of Eugene Rzhevskii–.  You can purchase this artwork and a license to use them HERE you MUST have a license to use his work (Mermaid 3)

I am using the font: Michelle
I am using plugins: Alien Eye Candy 5 Impact, Gradient Glow, Lokas 3-D Shadow
I am using “Mystical Ocean” From Ditzy Designs which you can purchase here
I am using a mask by Vix, here
I am using Drop Shadow -3 Vert, 3 Hori, Opacity 74, Blur 5.8 Color #202020

Pieces of the kit used in this tutorial are
Paper 11
Paper 10
Frame 2

Water 1
Sand 2
Life Preserver 2
Water Bubbles
Sea Weed 2
Octopus 1

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

Open new Canvas 600*600

New Layer, flood fill with paper 11 c/p, Apply mask and resize to your liking, Merge Group

c/p Frame 2, resize and place to your liking,use magic wand, select inside of the frame, selections, expand 3 pixels, new layer, flood fill with Paper 10.

Paste Close up Tube between Paper 10 and frame.  Select paper layer, select all, float, invert, select tube, tap delete leaving only the tube.  Apply Luminance, drop shadow

C/p Tube, resize to your liking, Lokas 3-D shadow

Water 1, Place between the CU tube and the paper, Resize and place to your liking,
Sand 2, place over the water, resize to your liking, drop shadow
Life Preserver2, Resize and Place to your liking, Shadow
Water Bubbles, resize and place to your liking, Drop Shadow
Sea Weed 2, resize, and Place to your liking
Grass, resize, place to your liking, Drop Shadow
Octopus 1,resize, place to your liking, Drop Shadow
Resize the signature if needed

The name:.  Using Michelle size 30  Colors #ea6bea, Alien Eye Candy 5 Impact, Gradient Glow #ebd936, then Drop Shadow

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