Thursday, October 20, 2016

Sleepy Hollow



Supplies:

  PSP XII

  PTU tube used is called "Burning Magic" By Tony Tzanoukakis and can be purchased HERE

  PTU scrap kit used is called "Into The Woods" By Diamond Designs and can be purchased HERE

  Font Used is One Starry Night (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 a new workspace 700 X 500
Flood fill white
Paste Elem.14 as a new layer
Resize 68%
Use your selection tool with the feather set about 28
Select the bottom of the element
Hit delete a couple of times
Place at the bottom left
Duplicate this image
Move to the right
use your eraser tool to remove the tree portion (you want to only see the bottom under your tubed image)
Paste your tubed image as a new layer
Resize as needed
Place at the bottom right
Paste Elem.78 as a new layer
Resize 18%
Place at the bottom left
Paste Elem.97 as a new layer
Resize 31%
Place at the bottom right
Paste Elem.139 as a new layer
Resize 87%
Place at the top under everything
Paste Elem.138 as a new layer
Resize 89%
Image, Mirror
Place at the bottom right under everything
Paste Elem.128 as a new layer
Resize 17%
Place at the top right under the tubed image
Lower the opasity in your layer palette to 78
Paste Elem.105 as a new layer
Resize 11%
Place at the bottom left
Paste Elem.104 as a new layer
Resize 9%
Place at the bottom left
Paste Elem.96 as a new layer
Resize 29%
Place at the right under the tubed image layer
Erase the bottom showing by the cat
Paste Elem.86 as a new layer
Resize 17%
Place at the bottom left of the tubed image
Paste Elem.10 as a new layer
Resize 118%
Place at the bottom left under the books
Paste Elem.37 as a new layer
Resize 68%
Place at the bottom center
Paste Elem.80 as a new layer
Resize 17%
Place at the bottom center
X out the white background
Merge Everything
Adjust, Sharpen
Apply the appropriate © and watermark as desired
Save as a png for a transparent background


I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial, if you have any questions please feel free to email me
mrs.sasingleton@gmail.com

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