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Sunday, April 14, 2013

Hell on Heels - PTU

 
This tutorial is written for those with knowledge of PSP
Supplies Needed:
Tube of choice: Im using the wonderful art work of Barbara Jensen
Which you must obtain a license to use at her store HERE
PTU Scrap Kit by Jen from Sweet Temptations called "A Real Punk"
You an purchase this awesome kit HERE
Hell on Heels template by Beth from Blissfully Beth HERE
Don't forget to leave a thank you when downloading

Plugins Used:
Xero Radiance
 
Ok Lets get Started:
Open template - Shift D to duplicate then close out original
Canvas size 700x670
delete copyright & small black stars
 
Click on large black box selections,select all, float,defloat
paste a paper of choice from the kit - I used paper6
selection invert delete
select none delete the original
 
Click on large white box selections,select all, float,defloat
paste a paper of choice from the kit - I used paper9
selection invert delete
select none delete the original
 
Click on black rectangle 1&2 selections,select all, float,defloat
add a new layer and flood fill with a solid color
select none delete the original
add noise with settings of choice
 
Click on red rectangle 1&2 selections,select all, float,defloat
paste a paper of choice from the kit - I used glitter 6
selection invert delete
select none delete the original
 
Grab the magik wand and click on the black part of the oval frame
fllod fill with gradient of choice
add noise with settings of choice
 
Click on large black star selections,select all, float,defloat
add a new layer and flood fill with a solid color
select none delete the original
apply Xero Fritillary with settings of choice

Add closeup of tube in star
apply Xero Radiance with settings of choice
 
Place your main tube
Xero Radiance with settings of choice
 
Now time to add our elements
I used the following:
Bubblegum
Cupcake
Gift
Lollipop
Perfume
 
Merge your layers
Add mask if desired
 
Place your name where you like it
Add the Copyright and your License Number for the tube
Resize to your liking and save as PNG
This tutorial was created on October 27, 2012 by Rhonda
Any resemblance to another Tag or Tutorial is purely coincidental photo rhondaSiggyApr2013.png

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