Saturday, July 10, 2010

All Access

For this tutorial you will need the following: Paint Shop Pro, I am using PSP X, you should be able to use any version. Tube of choice, I am using the artwork Ismael Rac, which you need a license to use. He's gone independent now, and you can purchase his work and get your license at his store HERE. Scrap kit of choice. I am using Rock Star by Juicy Bits. You can find it HERE. Font of choice, I am using Angelic War Mask of your choice Plugins: none used in this tutorial. Just remember that my choices of papers and elements is just a suggestion, change it up and make it yours! You don't have to follow mine exactly. Let's get started! Open frame 12, rotate to the right by 90%, make sure all layers is checked. Resize by 80% and then change the canvas size to 500x600. Click inside your frame with your magic wand, selections, modify, expand by 5, open paper 22, copy and paste as a new layer. Resize by 80%, selections, invert, make sure you are on your paper layer, and click delete on your keyboard. Selections, invert, modify, contract by 5 then invert again. Copy and paste your tube as a new layer, take your eraser tool and erase the bits that hang over on the bottom. Deselect and add a drop shadow. Using your preset shapes tool, on elipse, open paper 5, click on the background color and click on pattern, on the drop down box find your paper and select that. Change the angle to 0 and the scale to 50, click ok. Draw out a largish circle. Click on that layer in your layer palette, click arrange, send to bottom. Convert to raster layer. Selections, select all, float, modify, expand by 5, add a new raster layer, flood fill with #b7937d, deselect. Adjust, add/remove noise with the following settings: uniform, monochrome checked, percent at 50. Open paper 16, copy and paste as a new layer, drag to the bottom, resize by 75%, apply your mask. Make sure to delete the mask and merge the group together. Depending on the mask you use, you may have to resize. Add any elements you like, resizing as necessary. Add your copyright and credits as needed. Add your name and save.

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