Friday, November 18, 2016

Douchka



SUPPLIES:

  PSP XII

  PTU tube used is called "Douchka" By Lysisange and can be purchased HERE

  PTU scrap kit used is called "Douchka" By Whisper In The Wind and can be purchased HERE

  Mask used is Mask 421 by Weescottlass and can be found HERE

  Font Used is Curlz MT (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 work space 700 X 500
Flood fill white
Paste Paper 8 as a new layer
Apply your mask of choice
Duplicate your mask layer
X out your white background 
Merge the mask layers
Un X your white back ground layer
Paste Elem.23 as a new layer
Resize 60%
Place at the left
Duplicate
Image, Mirror
Paste Elem.40 as a new layer
Resize 61%
Place at the top left
Paste your tubed image of choice as a new layer
Resize as needed and place to the right
Paste Elem.30 as a new layer
Resize 46%
Place at the right under the tubed image
Paste Elem.41 as a new layer
Resize 45%
Image,Mirror
Place at the right behind the fence 
Paste Elem.60 as a new layer
Resize 20%
Place on the fence
Paste Elem.83 as a new layer
Resize 21%
Place at the bottom right
Paste Elem.47 as a new layer
Resize 31%
Place at the bottom in front of the tubed image
Paste Elem.59 as a new layer
Resize 24%
Place at the bottom left behind tubed image
Paste Elem.81 as a new layer
Resize 28%
Place at the bottom behind the bag
Paste Elem.79 as a new layer
Resize 9%
Place at the top right
Duplicate 3 X's and resize and place as desired   
Paste Elem.57 as a new layer
Resize 47%
Place at the bottom left
Paste Elem.92 as a new layer
Resize 23%
Image, Mirror
Place at the bottom left
Paste Elem.80 as a new layer
Resize 21%
Place at the bottom left
Paste Elem.86 as a new layer
Resize 18%
Place at the bottom right
Paste Elem.84 as a new layer
Resize 84%
Place at the bottom left behind the glass
Paste Elem.18 as a new layer
Resize 68%
Image, Flip
Place at the bottom
Send under everything
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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