Tuesday, August 11, 2015

TEA TIME FOR ALICE




This tutorial assumes you have
working knowledge of PSP.
I am using PSPX7,  all versions
should  be pretty much the same.
This tutorial is owned by me,
from my own creativity and ideas.
Do not steal and copy as your own.
Any similarity to any other tutorial is simply coincidence
and not done purposely.

Supplies
Scrap kit “Wonderland” by Ginnibug Designz
HERE
Tube pair by Arthur Crowe,
You must have a license to use his art.
Fonts I used are
 Haettenschweiler and Angelique
Drop shadow
10V 10H 40op 10B
Plugins used
Xero-Radiance
Eye Candy 5000 Impact-Gradient Glow

Signature/Banner Tag:
Open  750x250 transparent canvas
copy and paste paper 2
copy and paste paper 4
resize 85%
copy and paste paper 1
resize 80%
copy and paste tube of choice
resize and arrange as desired
or see  tag for placement of this and all following elements
I changed the opacity to 60
Copy and paste another tube like shown on tag
With the following variations:
Duplicate layers
Tube layer one
Adjust, blur, guassian blur, 3.0
Change blend mode to dodge
Change opacity to 85
Tube layer two
Xero-Radiance, default settings
Change blend mode to multiply
Change opacity to 60
Copy and paste element 9
Resize 50%
Duplicate, mirror
Copy and paste element 43
Resize 70%
Duplicate, mirror
Copy and paste element 112
Resize 40%
Copy and paste element 68
Resize 30%
Copy and paste element 7
Resize 15%
Copy and paste element 64
Resize 25%
Add tube of your liking
Then finish up with all drop shadows
Add borders
6 symmetric, #000000 color
Add b orders
4 symmetric, #ffffff color
Add borders
6 symmetric, #000000 color
add artists copyrights, add your name
merge visible, save as a png

 Avatar:
Open 150x150 transparent canvas
Copy and paste merged version of banner/signature tag
Resize and arrange to your liking
Add borders
4 symmetric, #000000 color
Add b orders
2 symmetric, #ffffff color
Add borders
4 symmetric, #000000 color
add artists copyrights, add name or initial
merge visible, save as a png
you are done

Thank you for trying my tutorial

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