Monday, June 20, 2011

Celebrations ♥

For this Tutorial you will need.

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

Elements and Papers are from a scrap kit called A 4th Celebration by *Scrappin With Lori Kay*you can purchase it Here.

Drop Shadow of choice.

Remember to Save Often!!!

Let's create

Open new image 700 x 700 transparent background.
Select A4thCelebrationPaper7 minimize then in your Material Palette FG: select it in your Pattern section.Angle 0/Scale 100.
Select Preset Shapes-Basic shapes-Globe, draw out a large circle-Line width set at 5.
Right click convert to Raster.Effects/Lokas/3D Shadow with these settings/apply twice.

With Magic wand click inside all parts of Globe/Selections/Modify/Expand by 4.
Select A4thCelebrationPaper4 resize 50% twice all layers ticked. Paste as New layer.
Selections/Invert/hit Delete, move below globe layer, click on globe layer/Merge/ Merge Down.
Add your tube selection I used a closeup give it a drop shadow.
Select A4thCelebrationBalloons copy paste resize 12% move to right of layer, add drop shadow.
Select A4thCelebrationStar copy paste resize 10%move to left of globe then duplicate/Image/Mirror/add drop shadow.
Select A4thCelebrationFireworks1,2 and 3 copy paste below Globe layer resize all layers 50% twice then arrange to your liking.
Select A4thCelebrationBanner copy paste resize 19% move below tube layer.
Select A4thCelebrationFlag cop paste below globe layer then resize 35% position to left of globe.

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 20th June 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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