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Dancer Forum Set
« on: February 19, 2012, 02:38:03 pm »

I've created this in PSP9 and I would assume it can be created in all versions.

Supplies needed:
A tube of choice. I'm using one by Joanne Schempp, that I purchased while she was licensed through My Tag Art. 
You may now purchase her tubes from CDO.
Do not use the same tube without the appropriate license.
Font of choice. I'm using Windsong.

Mura’s Meister – Copies
Disort - Turn Your Inside Out (you may find this under Toadies, as it is actually part of the Toadies filter set)
Roshack Filters - Ripleyer
AAA Frames – Foto Frame
Eye Candy Impact – Gradient Glow (optional)

1.  Open a new transparent image 600 x 250 pixels.  Floodfill with white.

2.  Copy and paste your tube as a new layer.

3.  Apply Mura Meister Copies with the default settings for Wallpaper (Rotate)

4.  Adjust – Blur – Radial Blur with the following settings:

5.  Duplicate this layer.  Image - Mirror.  Lower opacity to 70%.

6.  Merge visible.

7.  Duplicate this layer.  Apply Distort Turn Your Inside Out with the following settings:

8.  Change the blend mode on your Distort layer to Soft Light (or one that suits your tag).  Merge visible.

9.  Duplicate this layer.  Apply Rorshack Filters Ripleyer with the following settings:

Drop the opacity down to 40% (or whatever suits your tag)

10.  Paste your tube as a new layer and add a blurry drop shadow of choice (I've used 2, 2, 50, 15)

11.  Merge visible and apply AAA Foto Frame with the following settings:

12.  Add your name, applying Gradient Glow if necessary.  Add a drop shadow of choice.

13.  Add copyright and license number (if necessary).
And you’re done :)

Here's another example created by kasha over at The Zone Groups:

And another example by SherriBabe, also from The Zone Groups

I'd love to see the results from any of my tutorials - just email me at

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