Seduced Into Mischief (PTU)

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Seduced Into Mischief (PTU)

Post by ♦Aqua♦ on Fri Dec 11, 2009 1:00 am










What you will need:

Paintshop Pro - I used version 9, but this tut should work in any version.

4 tubes of choice - I used the awesome artwork of Keith Garvey, which I purchased from MPT. Please do not use if you have not purchased from MPT!!!

Scrapkit - I used the beautiful PTU kit by Sarah of Pimp My Tags, called Seduced. You can find Sarah's blog HERE. Thanks so much Hun!!

Template - I used template 90 by Nicole of Jbs2design. You can find Nicole's fab blog HERE. Supllied with Nicole's permission. Thanks bunches Hun!!

Mask - I used one by me.

Supplies HERE (template & mask)

Filters Used:

Eye Candy 4000 - Gradient Glow

Xero - Soft Mood

Penta com - Color Dot



Open Nicole's template 90, shift D to duplicate. Close original. Delete credit layer. Highlight bottom layer, add a raster layer. Arrange - send to bottome. Image - Canvas size - 600 X 600 centered. Floodfill white.

Highlight ribbon 1 - Selections - Select All - Float - Defloat - Copy and paste paper of choice, I used paper 10 - Selections - Invert - Hit delete on keyboard - Selections - Select None. Add a fat 3.00 gradient glow and drop shadow. Delete original ribbon layer.

Highlight ribbon 2 - Selections - Select All - Float - Defloat - Copy and paste paper of choice, I used paper 7 - Selections - Invert - Hit delete on keyboard - Selections - Select None. Add the same gradient glow and drop shadow. Delete original ribbon layer.

Highlight Large oval - Selections - Select All - Float - Defloat - Copy and paste paper of choice, I used paper 5 - Selections - Invert - Hit delete on keyboard - Selections - Select None. Add gradient glow and drop shadow. Delete original oval layer.

Highlight Small Oval - Selections - Select All - Float - Defloat - Copy and paste paper of choice, I used paper 6, Selections - Invert - Hit delete on keyboard - Selections - Select None. Open my mask 19 in PSP and minimize. Copy and paste paper 4 - Layers - New Mask Layer - From Image - choose mask 19 by me from dropdown list - Click ok. Merge group. Highlight small oval - Selections - Select All - Float - Defloat - Selections - Invert - highlight mask layer - Hit delete on keyboard. Selections - Select None. Add gradient glow and drop shadow to the paper layer of small oval. Delete original small oval.

Highlight top diamond layer - Selections - Select All - Float - Defloat - Copy and paste paper of choice - I used paper 2 - Selections - Invert - Hit delete on keyboard. Copy and paste tube of choice, resize if needed - hit delete on keyboard. Selections - Select None. Highlight paper layer, add a black halo 3.00 gradient glow and drop shadow. Delete original diamond layer.

Do bottom diamond the same way.

Highlight top tube layer, apply Xero - Soft Mood, settings below. Lower opacity to about 60%. Do bottom tube layer the same way.



Copy and paste ribbon 1, resize 60%. Image - Flip, drop shadow. I applied Penta.com - Color dot to mine, but that's optional.



Copy and paste flower1, resize 60% twice. Drop shadow. Duplicate layer - Image - Mirror. Merge flower layers together.

Copy and paste Wrap4. Drop shadow. Erase ends of ribbon.

Copy and paste button1, drop shadow. Apply penta.com - color dot (Optional)>

Copy and paste tube/s of choice, resize if needed and drop shadow.

Add Copyright info, watermark & Name. I used Black Chancery and added a fat gradient glow, drop shadow.

Crop, if needed, save as png or jpg.

Thank you for trying my tutorial!!

Written by AquaRebel315 on April 1, 2009. Any resemblance to another tutorial is purely unintentional. Registered with TWI.











Art by Keith Garvey
Kit by Pimp My Tags With Scraps
Code by Missy. Please do not remove!!

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