Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Vision In Blue ♥

For this Tutorial you will need.

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

Elements and Papers are from a scrap kit called Blossom Blues by Shell *Shells Scraps*
you can purchase it Here.

Font: Ekaterina Velikaya Two

Drop Shadow of choice.

Mask *Designs By Vaybs*, it's #DVB111 you can download it Here
Remember to Save Often!!!

Let's create

Open new image 650 x 650.
Select frame 1/Magic wand select inside frame/Selections/Modify/Expand by 6
/pastepaper5/Selections/Invert/Delete/move below frame.

Add a Drop Shadow to frame, then duplicate your frame and paper move up and to the left.
Select flower 15 resize 35% move to back frame duplicate and move to right of frame/
add drop shadow.

Add your closeup tube to the front frame,add drop shadow.
Select flower13 resize 65% position between the frames, add drop shadow.
Select flower24 resize 75% move to left of front frame.

Select flower14/Image/Mirror/place in center of flower24, add drop shadow.
Select bird1 resize 42% move to left corner of front frame, add drop shadow.

Select butterfly2 resize 26% place on right side of front frame, add drop shadow.
Select doodle3 paste behind 2nd frame on left/add drop shadow.
Duplicate/Image/Flip position on right of frame.

Select bear1 resize 22% position in front of flowers on the left, add drop shadow.
New layer select all paste into selection paper1 apply mask/merge group.
Adjust/Blur/Guassin blur--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.

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 16th 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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