Tuesday, May 3, 2011

WannBe Princess ♥

For this Tutorial you will need.Add Image
A Tube of your choice I am using the awesome artwork of © Misticheskaya ,
which you must have a license to use you can get one at PFD

Elements and Papers are from a scrap kit called Cherry Blossom by Jen *Sleek n Sassy*
you can purchase at Here
Font: Amazone
Drop Shadow of choice.
Mask by *HorsePlays Pasture*,it's #21 you can download it Here

Remember to Save Often!!!

Let's create
Open new image 700 x700.
Select picture holder resize 85%. Click inside left frame (3 sections) with Magic

Wand/selections/Modify/Expand by 6/select paper 3 paste/Selections/
Invert/hit Delete/move below frame layer.
Using dbs Flux-Bubbles apply these settings/duplicate/Image/Mirror.

Select center frame using Magic wand paste paper 3/selections/Invert/Delete/
move below frame.
Then using Tramages-Tow The Line-default setting,click ok.
I used the closeup tube copy paste into selection then lower Opacity to 60/
apply Luminance(L)/Deselect.

Select Flowers an Ribbons2 resize 45% place on center left frame/duplicate/Image/Mirror.
Add your main tube resize if needed place on right of layer.
Select Flower Branch paste below framepaper move bottom right/duplicate/
Select Fan resize 65% move to lowerleft of frame.Angle slightly to left
using your Pick Tool.
Select Butterfly resize 35% place on left top of layer.

New layer select all paste into selection paper4, apply mask/merge group.
Duplicate layer/Adjust/Blur/Gaussian blur 50/ok.
Give all a Drop Shadow I used 2/2/55/4.
Font FG:c54a7a BG:f88eb8 with Inner Bevel:

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.

Email me your creation, so I can show off your creations on my blog.
Thank you for using my tutorial.

Written and copyrighted to Maree (aka Falcon) on 4th 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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