Friday, October 8, 2010

Diamonds R 4 Ever ♥

Supplies Needed
Tube or Image of choice.
Scrap kit I am using a great kit called Diamonds Are 4 Ever by Pspgirl Place,
you can find it here.
Font: ArtermiasNF
Drop Shadow of choice.
Mask_185 by Weescotslass
Remember to Save Often!!!

Let's begin

Open new image 700 x 600. 
We will be making our own frames for this tut..
Using your Ellipse Tool draw out a circle not to big. I used white for frame 
but you can use any color you like.Duplicate 
position both out from the center, see tag.Click inside circle with Magic Wand-selections
 Modify-Expand by 4 copy paste Pspgirl Dimonds Are4Ever_P12 
Selections-Invert - hit Delete.
 Then duplicate and move below frames.
Using your Rectangle tool draw out a square position between the 2 circle frames.
 Selections-Modify-Expand by 4 then copy paste 
Pspgirl Dimonds Are4Ever_P8 Selections-Invert-Delete, move below frame.
Give all frames A Drop Shadow 2/2/5/10 change color -#610004, then -2/-2/5/10.
X-out your background layer then Merge group.
Select Pspgirl Dimonds Are4Ever_ele 7 copy paste resize 45 perent place on bottom of frames..
Select Pspgirl Dimonds Are4Ever_ele 3 copy paste resize 75 percent place at center frame.
Select Pspgirl Dimonds Are4Ever_doll4 copy paste reszie 65 percent , see tag.
Select Pspgirl Dimonds Are4Ever_ele4 copy paste resize 55 percent, duplicate-Mirror
 position them on the edge of circle frame.
Select Pspgirl Dimonds Are4Ever_ele 10 copy paste resize 45 percent plact near top of frames, 
see tag. Duplicate-Mirror.
Select Pspgirl Dimonds Are4Ever_ele 22 copy paste Image -Flip-Duplicate-Mirror,
 move them around til you are happy with position.
I used Pspgirl Dimonds Are4Ever_ele11 and 29 copy paste resize as needed,
 pleae feel free to use any element you wish to use.
Click on Background layer, add a new layer Selections-select all copy paste into s
election Pspgirl Dimonds Are4Ever_P9, apply 

Mask. Duplicate, then on orignal layer Adjust-Blur-Guasian Blur-Radius 10.

Add your Artist © and your name then crop and save.
This is only a guide and feel free to use any other element you wish.
Most of all have fun creating.

This tutorial was written by Maree (aka Falcon) on 9 October 2010
Any similarities to this tutorial are purely coincidental

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