Sunday, May 22, 2011

Girl Rockers ♥

For this Tutorial you will need.

A Tube of your choice I am using the awesome artwork of ©Lix ,
which you must have a license to use you can get one at PTE.

Elements and Papers are from a scrap kit called Rocker Girl by *Connie's Creative Chaos * you can purchase it Here.
Font: Metalic Avacodo
Drop Shadow of choice.
Remember to Save Often!!!

Let's create

Open new image 700 x 700.
Select Journal Template1 paste resize50%/add drop shadow.
Effects/Illumination/apply these settings:

Select GirlzRock paste/resize 45%/apply these settings using
EyeCandy-Gradient Glow:

Then add drop shadow.
Select DrumsWild paste resize 43% move to lower part of layer/
add drop shadow.
Select Rocker BooBoo paste resize 28% move position on drums/
add drop shadow.
Select Hearpink3 paste position on right of layer resize 65%/
add drop shadow.
Select HeartBlue2 resize 19% position on left of layer/
add drop shadow.
Open Preset Tool/Shapes/Star3/Width 10. I used FG:6ca4cc/BG:
ff80ff then find the Forground Gradient.
Draw out a good size star/add drop shadow.Click inside star with Magic Wand.
Selections/Modify/Expand by4 copy paste Rockpaper8.
Selections/Invert/Delete/move below star layer.

Add your tube/s add drop shadow.

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


Open your animation shop then click back to Psp.
Select star layer apply these settings:Adjust/Add Noise-50.
Edit/Copy special/copy merged paste as new animation in AS.

Back in Psp click undo then repeat above this twice more using 55 then 60.
Check your animation if happy save as a Gif.

If you wish to show off your creations.Email me your creation and I will place it
on my show off Page. Thank you for using my tutorial.

Written and copyrighted to Maree (aka Falcon) on 22nd May 2011.
Under no uncertain terms are you allowed to make money from anything
produced from this tut, this is against my TOU's.

Any similarities to this tutorial are purely coincidental.

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