Friday, November 22, 2013

MELT MY ICICLE



This tutorial assumes you have
working knowledge of PSP.
I am using PSP 9 but I'm sure
all versions would work.
This tutorial is owned by me,
from my own creativity and no one else's.
Do not copy or claim as your own.
Any similarity to any other tutorial is simply coincidence
and not done purposely.

SUPPLIES
Scrap kit of choice
I am using "Dark Side of the Icicle" by Alika's Scraps.
There are tons of great kits there, I have several of them.
Tube of choice
I used a gorgeous tube by Tony Tzanoukakis
You must have a license to use his art.
You can purchase this and other great tubes
Font of choice
I used
PR8 London Ads
HERE
Plugins used
Xero-Fritillary and Radiance

Lets begin,
start by making a 750x650 px transparent canvas
you can always resize later.
Copy and paste as new layer element 65
drop shadow of choice
I used
-1V 1H 70O 5B
copy and paste as new layer element 58
resize 60%
move to left side of circle layer
drop shadow
copy and paste as new layer element 59
resize 60%
move to right side of circle layer
drop shadow
use magic wand and click inside circle frame
modify, expand by 8
copy and paste as new layer paper 13
resize by 65%
arrange to your liking
invert, delete
select none
move this layer beneath circle frame layer
effects, plugins, xero-fritillary

use magic wand and click inside all 3 frames of the black frame layer
modify, expand by 10
copy and paste as new layer paper 2
resize by 60%
invert, delete
select none
repeat the same steps to the blue frame layer but use paper 1
see tag for placement
on both paper layers
effects, texture effects, blinds
first 8 width 30 opacity
horizontal and light from top both checked
color #ffffff
second use blinds again with same settings except uncheck the horizontal box
copy and paste as new layer element 53
resize 50%
place bottom right of tag
duplicate, mirror, merge down
duplicate, flip, merge down
move this layer to bottom of tag
copy and paste as new layer element 54
resize 50%
free rotate right 90 degrees
place bottom left of tag
duplicate, flip, merge down
duplicate, mirror, merge down
copy and paste as new layer element 23
place on bottom left of tag
duplicate, mirror, merge down
duplicate, mirror, merge down
move this layer to just above bottom layer of tag
copy and paste as new layer element 21
resize 65%
drop shadow
copy and paste as new layer element 80
resize 75%
drop shadow
use magic wand, click inside circle frame layer
modify, expand by 6
copy and paste as new layer close up of tube of choice
resize to your liking
invert, delete
select none
xero-radiance, default settings
change blend mode to luminance legacy
drop shadow
use magic wand click inside all frames of black frame layer
modify expand by 8
copy and paste body length tube
resize 60%
arrange to your liking
invert, delete
select none
xero-radiance, leave blend mode normal
drop shadow
use magic wand click inside all frames of blue frame layer
modify, expand by 8
copy and paste body length tube mirrored
resize 60%
arrange to your liking
invert, delete
select none
xero-radiance
change blend mode to luminance
drop shadow
copy and paste full tube
arrange to your liking
I resized mine 80%
drop shadow
copy and paste as new layer element 1
resize 30%
place on bottom right of blue frame
see tag for placement of all elements
or choose your own place for them
drop shadow
copy and paste as new layer element 29
resize 30%
drop shadow
copy and paste as new layer element 66
resize 25%
drop shadow
copy and paste as new layer element 71
resize 50%
drop shadow
copy and paste as new layer element 68
resize 50%
place over bow on black frame layer
drop shadow
copy and paste as new layer element 69
resize 50%
place over bow on blue frame layer
drop shadow
copy and paste as new layer element 62
resize 50%
place on top left of black frame layer
duplicate, mirror
drop shadow both layers
copy and place as new layer element 30
resize 30%
place over star layer
drop shadow
add artist copyrights, add name
merge visible, save as png
you are done.

Thank you for trying my tutorial.

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