Sunday, July 5, 2009

Rocker Chick Tut


To do this tutorial you must have some knowledge of PSP. This tut is very easy and not many steps.

This tut was written and copyright by Kali at Young at Heart Designs.
I used PSPX2 to create this tut.

-Incrediable Kit by Twinky Dezines called "Girlz Rock" and can be found HERE.
-Awesome artwork by Isamel Rac and this is a free tube made for the Creative Misfit Forum which can be found HERE. You must have permission to use his artwork. Please do not use without permission.
-Font: VTKS Distress
-Template by Aiya for the Creative Misfits Creations Template Challange #2: HERE
-Mask #5 by Ginas Gem: HERE

I have added a drop shadow to pretty much every layer and I also sharpened all elements if I resized them so they maintained the same
quality as the original one.

1 Open template and delete the copyright and background layer.
2 Click on the Thin Rectangles layer.
3 Open your choice of paper and click back on the Thin Rectangles layer.
4 Go to Selections>Select All>Float>Defloat.
5 Click on the newly added paper and go to Selections>Invert and hit delete on your keyboard.
6 Delete the original Thin Rectangles layer.
7 Repeat Steps #:2-6 for all included layers in the template..
8 Open your choice of tube.
9 Resize and position where desired.
10 Open desired elements from the kit.
11 Resize and position where desired.
Use my example for reference.
12 Go to your very first layer and open your choice of paper.
13 Move this layer to the bottom- making it the 1st layer.
14 Open the mask and minimize it.
15 Go to Layers>New Mask Layer>From Image.
16 In the drop down for Source select the mask and hit ok.
17 Go to Layers>Merge>Merge Group.
18 Resize the mask layer to be bigger.
19 Duplicate the mask layer and then go to Image>Mirror.
20 Then go to Image>Flip.
21 Merge the mask layers and then duplicate again.
22 Get your text tool and font of choice.
23 Type out any desired wording.
24 Add copyrights.
25 Resize and save as a png.
You are all done!!!

Thanks for doing my tut,

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