Sunday, June 25, 2017

Blondie



SUPPLIES NEEDED:

  PSP VERSION USED: XII

  PTU (Pay To Use) Tube used is called "Blonde" By:The Hunter and can be purchased HERE

  PTU (Pay To Use) Scrap Kit used is called "Blonde" By:BiBi and can be purchased HERE

  
  Eye Candy Gradient Glow
  (FTU)(FREE To Use) Font Used: is called: GinaBinaRegular
  (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 Elem.11 as a new layer
Select the center of this element with your freehand selection tool
Paste the face of your tubed image as a new layer in the left side and in the right
Selections, Invert, Delete both face layers
Selections, Select None
Change the effect of each image in the layer palette to luminance legacy
Paste your tubed image of choice as a new layer
Resize as needed
Place at the center
Paste Elem.70 as a new layer
Paste Elem.25 as a new layer
Resize 68%
Place at the right under the tubed image
Duplicate
Image, Mirror
Paste Elem.58 as a new layer
Place at the right under the tubed image
Duplicate
Image, Mirror
Paste Elem.119 as a new layer
Resize 37%
Place at the bottom left under the tubed image
Duplicate
Image, Mirror 
Paste Elem.45 as a new layer
Resize 45%
Place at the bottom left under the flower layer
Paste Elem.110 as a new layer
Resize 23%
Place at the bottom under the flower later
Duplicate
Image, Mirror
Paste Elem.113 as a new layer
Resize 31%
Place at the bottom right
Paste Elem.29 as a new layer
Resize 51%
Image, Flip
Image, Free Rotate, Right 15
Place at the right under the flower layers
Paste Elem.83 as a new layer
Resize 68%
Place at the left
Change to Luminance Legacy in your layer palette
Duplicate
Image, Mirror
Use 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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