Sunday, February 9, 2014

This Is Love

You can click the image to see it in full size :)
Thank you for taking the time to do my tutorial. I hope you enjoy it, and would love to see your results, and receive your feedback! This tutorial was written by Mellie on February 9, 2014 and is copyright to me, the way I word thing's and the images that I use. All other images are copyright to their respective owners, including tubes/art, font, scrapkits and templates and should not be used without purchasing or written permission, nor without reading their terms of use. This tutorial is for education purposes only and is in no way intended to be used as any other purpose. This tutorial was written with the tube and kit in mind that is being shown, therefore, you may have to adjust your setting's should you choose to use images not suggested here, in this tutorial. For this tutorial, you will need several things. Paint Shop Pro (I am using version X), and a good working knowledge of how to operate it, masks, layer palettes, custom selections and plug-in filters.

For this tutorial you will need the following:
PSP X (or similar version)
Tube by PinupToons

Scrapkit by Rebel Dezigns - What Love Is - Mini Kit
Font of choice. I am using - Pussycat
Vix Valentine Mask 2
Distort - Radial Zigzag filter

Open paper of choice, I am using paper 1. Shift + D, close original. Apply Vix Valentine mask 2, layers>merge>group. Image>resize>85%. 
Copy/paste element 6, the heart, as new layer. Change your blend mode to hard light. Add drop shadow of choice. Copy/paste your tube as a new layer. Add drop shadow of choice. Move to left. Duplicate this layer, add distort radial zigzag with these settings: 0, 122, 124. Click ok. Drag beneath your top tube layer, set your blend mode to soft light. Move the top tube down and to the left just a bit.
Add elements 2, 8,10, 24, 27 and the wordart. Resize according to preference and drop shadow each layer. Use my tag above as a guide on placement and sizing :)

Thank you for doing this tutorial. I'm glad you stopped by. I hope to have more tutorials in the near future, so keep checking back. :)

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