Monday, 9 November 2009

Wrapped for Christmas


Wrapped for Christmas

Tutorial written by and © to Bits N Bobs 9th November.
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Supplies needed.
Font of choice for your name.
I am using Santas big secret
Tube of  choice.
I am using sexy gift by Ismael Rac 
This tube is not to be used without an AMI license
Scrap kit Christmas is coming by Bits N Bobs at AMI,
not to be used without an AMI license
Items I am using from this kit are ....
Frame 1,  Paper 1,

Note
This tutorial was written in PSP 9
Open all the supplies in paintshop except the font.
Double click on your font and minimize.

1. Re-size frame 1 to 400 pixels wide, copy and paste as a new layer onto your new image.

2. Re-size paper 1 to 330 pixels wide, copy, paste as a new layer, layers/ arrange, move down.

3. Re-size your tube to 400 pixels high, copy, paste as a new layer.
Selections/ select all, Selections/ float, Selections/ defloat.
Activate your frame layer and erase the parts over your tubes head and extended leg so it pops out of the frame.
Selections/ select none.
Activate tube layer and erase any part hanging out the bottom of the frame.

4. Re-size element 22 to 420 pixels wide, copy, paste as a new layer.
Add a drop shadow of your choice.
I use V 2, H 3, O 100, B 5.00, Colour #000000

5. Activate tube layer and add drop shadow.
I use V 2, H 3, O 100, B 5.00, Colour #000000
Activate frame layer and add drop shadow.
I use V 2, H 3, O 100, B 5.00, Colour #000000

6. Layers/ merge/ merge visible.
Add your copyright info and name and export as a png for transparent background or jpg for a white background .

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