Monday, 26 November 2012

Kandy Kane

Kandy Kane
Tutorial written by and © to Bits N Bobs 26th November 2012.
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Supplies needed.
Font of choice for your name.
I am using Alex brush.
Tube of  choice.
I am using  Kandy Kane by Arthur Crowe
Although mine is from PTE (now closed) you can purchase
Arthur's work here 
Tube is not to be used without the correct licence
Frame 1 cluster from here
Christmas mask 5 by Vix available here
Plugins needed but not essential..
Penta.com dot and cross ( Garbage collection )


Note
This tutorial was written in PSP 9.
Open all supplies in paintshop except the font.
Double click on your font and minimize.
Install your plugins.
Open a new image, 600 w x 600 h at 72 dpi.

1. Flood fill your working image with a colour of choice
I am using #c90927
Effects/ Plugins/ Penta.com Dots and Cross
72 - 10 - 2
Layers/ new mask layer/ from image.
Scroll to the name of your mask and click ok.
Layers/ merge/ merge group.



2. Copy your cluster frame.
Paste as a new layer.
Image/ re-size to 450 pixels wide.
All layers un tabbed.

3. Copy your middle tube.
Paste as a new layer.
Layers/ arrange/ move down.
Position to your liking.
Add a drop shadow.
I used H3 V3 O80 B9 Colour #000000
Lower layer opacity to 85%
Using your eraser rub away any part
outside of the frame.

4. Copy your main tube.
Paste as a new layer.
Image/ mirror.
Add a drop shadow.
Layers/ Arrange/ Move up.
Position to your liking on the right hand side.

5. Layers/ Merge/ Merge Visible.
Add all copyright info, name and save as
a transparent png file.

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