Monday, March 13, 2017

Pebbles Loves Dino



SUPPLIES NEEDED:

  PSP VERSION USED: XII

  PTU (Pay To Use) Tube used is called "Pebbles Dino" By: KiwiBG and can be purchased HERE

  PTU (Pay To Use) Scrap Kit used is called " Yebba Debba Exclusive" By:  Toxic Desirez KITS and can be purchased HERE

  (FTU)(FREE To Use) Font Used: is called: Bambiraptor
  (All my Name Text is highlighted with a slight White Gradient Glow to Highlight) 

**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 Filmstrip as a new layer
Resize 83%
Image, Free Rotate, Left 15
Tick the inside of each piece with your magic wand while holding down the shift key
Selections, Modify, Expand 2
Paste portions of your tubed image inside each piece as a new layer
Selections, Invert, Delete each layer
Selections, Select None
Now clean up the images in the pieces
Paste your tubed image as a new layer
Resize as needed
Place at the right
Paste Tracks as a new layer
Resize 76%
Place at the bottom
Send under everything
Paste Volcano as a new layer
Resize 62%
Place at the top of the film strip
Send under the film strip
Paste Baby Egg as a new layer
Resize 37%
Place at the bottom left
Paste Tree 1 as a new layer
Resize 51%
Place at the right side behind the film strip
Paste Dinosaur 4 as a new layer
Resize 41%
Image, Mirror
Place at the bottom left
Paste Plant 2 as a new layer
Resize 41%
Place at the bottom right behind Dino
Paste the Sun as a new layer
Resize 36%
Place at the top right
Paste the Bone 1 as a new layer
Resize 23%
Place at the bottom
Paste Dinosaur 6 as a new layer
Resize 51%
Place behind the film strip
Paste Cracked Egg as a new layer
Resize 28%
Place at the bottom behind the bone
Paste Sparkles as a new layer
Use your eraser tool to clean up
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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