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Golden Seduction
« on: May 03, 2012, 02:06:54 pm »

I've used PSP9 for this tutorial, however you should be able to create this tag in all versions. 
I am assuming you have some knowledge of how PSP works, including applying masks.

Supplies needed:
A tube choice, preferably one that is lying down.  I'm using one by Charlie, available from The PSP Project.
Please do not use the same tube without the appropriate license.
Scrap kit of choice.  I'm using a FTU kit, Golden Nights by Wicked Princess Scraps
Font of choice.  I've used Quilted Butterfly
Mask of choice.  I've used TreseMasks0074 by Trese Tags & Tuts

Plugin: Eye Candy Impact - Gradient Glow (optional)

I've written this so you can twist your result to suit your tube and scrapkit choice - Hope you enjoy it.
I have resized pretty much all the elements to suit my tag - please do the same as necessary

1.  Open a new image 600x600 pixels.   

2.  Copy and paste frame of choice from your scrapkit.  I've used the Window.

3.  Copy and paste an element of your choice for your tube to peek out from - I used the Curtain.

4.  Paste your tube as a new layer and resize it to suit.  Move it into position below your curtain or other element.
Add a drop shadow of your choice.

5.  Add any elements around your tube or frame.  Add drop shadows as required.
I've used Flowerswag, Glass, Cello, Strawberry and Starwand in my example.

6.  Select a paper from your kit - I've used Paper 4.  Copy and paste as a new layer and move it below your frame.
Apply mask of choice to this layer and merge group.

7.  Crop your tag and resize if necessary.

8.  Add your name, using a font of choice.  I also added a gradient glow and dropshadow.
My Gradient Glow settings are below:

9.  Add the appropriate copyright and license number if necessary.  I've also credited the scrapkit maker.
And you're done :)

Here's another example created by the amazing Serena, using the same kit, with a tube by Jessica Galbreth, now available from CDO:
« Last Edit: January 13, 2013, 10:49:40 am by Sezy »

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