Saturday, 9 March 2013

Mermaid and Fish



Mermaid and Goldfish
Tutorial written by and © to Bits N Bobs 9th March 2013.
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Supplies needed.
Font of choice for your name.
I am using AR Decode
Tube of  choice.
I am using Goldfish Mermaid from package 21 by Rachel Anderson  available at CreativeDesignOutlet
Tube is not to be used without the correct licence.

Note
This tutorial was written in PSP 9.
Double click on your font and minimize.
Open all other supplies in paintshop.
Open a new image 600 wide X 250 high at 72 dpi

1. Flood fill your image with #ffffff
Copy your close up mermaid,
paste as a new layer on your working image.
Position to the left hand side.
Layers/ Duplicate, Image/ Mirror, image/flip.
Paste again as a new layer and position so
the face is in the middle.
Layers/ merge/ merge visible.
lower layer opacity to 70%
Effects/ image effects/ seamless tiling.


2. Copy the mermaid and fish tube.
Paste as a new layer.
Image/ mirror.
Layers/ merge/ merge down.
Layers/ duplicate, Layers/ merge/ merge down.
Layers/ properties, change blend mode to Lighten.

3. Copy your close up tube.
Paste as a new layer.
Image/ mirror.
Position on the right so the face is showing.
Layers/ properties/ Blend mode change to Luminance Legacy.

4. Copy the mermaid and fish tube.
Paste as a new layer.
Position to your liking.
Add a drops shadow of choice.
I am using...
V 0 - H 0 - O 100% - B 9.00 - Colour #000000
Layers/ duplicate layer.
Add a new raster layer.
Add all copyright info and your name.
File export as a png and save.

5. For a matching AV open a 180 x 180 new file.
Copy your image, paste as a new layer.
Position to your liking.
Layers/ add a new raster layer.
Add your copy right info and name.
File export as a png and save.

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