Sunday, 13 November 2011

Autumn Splendour

Autumn splendour

Tutorial written by and © to Bits N Bobs 13th November 2011.
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Supplies needed.
Font of choice for your name.
I am using BickleyScriptPlain
Tube of  choice.
I am using  one  by Susan Justice
Mine is SU0078 - Panacea and available at UpYourArt
Tube is not to be used without the correct licence.
Scrap kit Fall about by Bits N Bobs
Items I have used from this kit are...
FA-67, paper 5, Fa-66,
Plugin - dot and cross ( Garbage collection )

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.

1.Open FA67, image rotate 90 clockwise.
Re-size 85% all layers un-tabbed.
Image re-size 100% but change the resoloution to 72 pizels per inch all layers tabbed.

2.Copy paper 5, with your magic wand select the center of each part of the frame.
Select/modify/expand and expand by 7.
Add a new raster layer, paste into selection.
Selections/ select none.
Layers/ arrange/ send to bottom.
Effects/ and cross.
amount: 72, cross distance: 10, cross width:2

3.Copy and paste FA66 as a new layer,
position to your liking.
Copy and paste your tube as a new layer, image/mirror.
Add a drop shadow of choice.
I use V3, H3, O100, B9.0, Colour black.
Using your freehand selection tool, selection type point to point
 select the bottom of your tube and hit delete on your keyboard.
We want it to look like your tube is popping out of your frame.

4.Add all copyright info, your name and save.

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