Sunday, March 10, 2013

Step Up

  PTU  kit called "Cerulean Dreams" by Tiny Turtle Designs which can be found at SATC
  PTU Tube is by Barbara Jensen
  Template Step Ya Game Up By Dee you can find it HERE
  Font Used is Janda Elehand Hand (FTU)
**This tutorial is written with the understanding that the user has a good working knowledge of psp and the usage of it's various tools.**

Let's Begin:

Open your new work space 700 X 600
Flood fill white
Open your template
Check all layers
Resize 89%
First either paste a paper of choice or floodfill the various shapes to match your tube
Tick the inside of the white squares with your magic wand
Selections, Modify, Expand 2
Paste a portion of your tube choice in each square
Invert, Delete
Do this until you have a portion of your tube within each square
Use your eraser tool to remove any unwanted portions of your tube that remain
X out all of the word art and the white background
Merge everything else
Copy this merged image and paste into your black workspace
Resize 85%
Now Unx the word art in the template workspace
Merge it as a new layer
Copy and paste it into the new workspace
Delete the template workspace now you don't need it anymore
Paste your tubed image as a new layer
Place to the left
Paste Elem. 110 as a new layer
Resize 34%
Place at the top center of the template
Paste Elem. 124 as a new layer
Resize 95%
Send under everything
Paste Elem. 80 as a new layer
Resize 37%
Place to the far right
Paste Elem. 28 as a new layer
Resize 21%
Place at the bottom left
Paste Elem. 134 as a new layer
Resize 15%
Place next to the glass
Paste Elem. 101 as a new layer
Resize 21%
Place next to the flower
Paste Elem. 23 as a new layer
Resize 76%
Send under everything and move to the top right corner
Paste the Nailpolish as a new layer
Resize 14%
Place next to the phone
Paste the lipstick as a new layer
Resize 14%
Place next to the nailpolish
Paste Elem. 92 as a new layer
Resize 17%
Place at the top right corner
X out the white background
Merge Everything
Adjust, Sharpen
Apply the appropriate © and watermark as desired

I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial, if you have any questions please feel free to email me

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