Saturday, 4 December 2010

Crime Scene

Crime Scene
Tutorial written by and © to Bits N Bobs 4th December 2010.
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Supplies needed.
Font of choice for your name and text.
I am using Agatha Regular
Tube of  choice.
I am using Gaga by Elias Chatzoudis
Tubes are not to be used without an MPT
Mask of choice.
I am using Vix_Mask363 which you can download here
Scrap kit Crime Scene by Bits N Bobs 
Scraps I am using from this kit are
Paper 10,  Elements 5, 11, 18 and 41

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

1.Re-size your paper to 600 pixels wide,
Layers/ promote background layer,
Layers/ New mask layer/ from image,
Find your mask image,
Source luminance tabbed, Invert mask data untabbed.
Ok.
Layers/ merge group, Layers/ duplicate layer, Merge/ Merge visible.

2.Copy Element 18,  paste onto your image as a new layer,
Copy your tube, paste onto your image as a new layer,
Position to your liking.

3.Activate your frame layer,
Selections/ select all/ float/ defloat,
Activate your tube layer.
Using your eraser rub away the bottom of your tube over the bottom part of the frame.
We want her to look like she is popping out of the frame.
Selections/ select none.
Rub away the remaining bottom of your tube,
Activate your frame layer,
Add a drop shadow of choice.
I am using V3, H3, O100, B9, #000000
Now activate your tube layer and add the same drop shadow.

4.Copy element 5, paste as a new layer.
We only want the top part of this element so erase the bottom part.
Position to your liking towards the bottom of your frame.
Use your raster deform tool to align the sides with your frame.
Add a drop shadow of choice.

5.Re-size Element 11 to 200 pixels wide,
Copy, paste onto your image as a new layer,
position to your liking and add a drop shadow of choice.

6.Re-size Element 41 to 300 pixels high,
Copy, paste onto your image as a new layer,
position to your liking.
Duplicate layer, image/ mirror.
Duplicate layer, image/ flip, layers/ merge/ merge down
Layers/ arrange/ send to bottom
and add a drop shadow of choice.

7.  Layers/ merge/ merge visible.
Add all copyright info, name and save.

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