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Wednesday, July 3, 2013

PTU Roxy Tut

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 this artwork and a license to use them HERE you MUST have a license to use her work (Head Music)

I am using the font: New Rocker
I am using “Roxy” From Wicked Princess Scraps which you can purchase it here
I am using a mask of your choice
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 3
Paper 9

Frame 3

Skull 1
Skull 4
Music Note
Rock On
Heart Cherries

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 3, Apply mask and resize to your liking, Merge Group

c/p Frame 3, resize and place to your liking,use magic wand, select inside of the frame, selections, expand 5 pixels, new layer, flood fill with Paper 9.

Paste Close up Tube between Paper 9 and Frame 3.  Select paper layer, select all, float, invert, Delete, Duplicate.  On the original apply gaussian Blur 3.0 and Jeans. Drop Shadow. On the copy set to soft light

Paste full tube, resize and place to your liking,  drop shadow

Castle, Resize and place, to your liking, drop Shadow
Clock 1,resize to your liking, drop shadow
Grass 1, Resize and Place to your liking, Shadow
Pandora's Box resize and place to your liking, Drop Shadow
Hat, Mirror, resize, Place to your liking, drop shadow
Owl,resize, place to your liking, Drop Shadow
Candles 2,resize, place to your liking, Drop Shadow
Perfume,resize, place to your liking, Drop Shadow
Butterflies & Sparkles, resize, place to your liking, Drop Shadow

Resize the signature if needed

The name:.  Using New Rocker size 24  Colors #000000,then Drop Shadow

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