October 15, 2011

Tangled PTU Tutorial

This tutorial was written by me, any resemblance to any other tutorial is completely unintentional. 
PSP version used: PSP X2

Tube- I'm using an awesome artwork tube of Elias Chatzoudis, you can purchase that and his other artwork at PSP Tubes Emporium
Scrap Kit of choice- I used the kit Tangled- which is a PTU kit from Melissa's Inspirational Scraps, which I CT for! You can find that and her other fabby kits HERE!
Font-  Witched FTU

Filters- Xero> Porcelain
                   dsb flux> Bright Noise
Eye Candy 4000> Gradient Glow

Okay let's get started! 
Open up a new image 600 x 600. 
Open up Frame 6, resize 70% Copy and paste. 
Resize tube as needed, copy and paste. 
Open paper 2, resize 80, copy and paste. Magic wand on the inside of the frame. 
Selections> Modify> Expand 10. Invert. Click on paper layer, delete. 
Carriage, resize 60%, copy and paste. Erase, the horses reins. 
Castle, resize 80%, copy and paste.
Stone Path1, resize 70%, copy and paste. 
Vines2, resize 70%, copy and paste, erase extra that is over the frame on the bottom, to make it look like it's growing out of the frame. :) 
Tiara, resize 30%, copy and paste. 
Butterfly2, resize 15%, copy and paste. 
Lizard 1, resize 20%, copy and paste, position on the tower. 
Doodle, resize 60%, copy and paste behind everything. 
Flower 3, resize 15%, copy and paste. Duplicate twice, so you have 3 of the same layer. Position on the vine, and mirror one of the layers. 
Flowers3, resize 10%, copy and paste. 
Flowers 5, resize 30%, copy and paste, position behind the tower. 
Sparkle 2, copy and paste.
Now go back to your tube. Apply Xero> Porcelain, with these settings: 

Now for the font- I used Witched, it's a FTU font. 
I used size 140, with the Foreground #c000c0 and BG #ffec27, and made the foreground Null for now. 
Put your name with the BG color on only, and convert to raster layer. 
Apply dsb flux> Bright Noise- Mix, 50. Do this 4 times. 
Layers> New Raster Layer. position behind the font layer. 
Go back to font layer. 
Selections> Select All, float. 
Selections> Modify> Expand, 2.
Bucket Fill the blank layer inside the selected area. 
Selections> Select None. 
Merge the font layer down onto the bucket fill layer. 
Use the filter Eye Candy 4000 with the these settings, leave the original color:

Drop Shadow. 

Now add your copyright and license info, and 


You're done! 
Hope you enjoyed my tutorial! Thanks for stopping by my blog, and don't forget to leave me some love!!! 


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