Wednesday, March 5, 2014

CDO CT Tutorial- Monti Scraps-Sweet Treats

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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 March 5, 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 to know several things. Paint Shop Pro (I am using version X), and a good working knowledge of how to operate it, layer palettes and plug-in filters, masks, templates...etc. I will also assume that you add your desired drop shadows to each and every layer. :)

For this tutorial, you will need the following items:
DSB Flux - plug in filter
Kit by Monti
Tube by VeryMany
Millie's Template # 482
Mura's Meister - Copies
Vaybs Mask 89
Font of choice. I am using Bank Gothic and Cheri

Let's begin! :)

1) Open the template by Millie, duplicate (shift + D), close original. Click layer cr and delete. Unhide the background layer and click on layer 1.

2) Selections>select all>selections>float. Flood fill with color #f49ab6, add DSB Flux with setting of 30, mixed checked. 
3) Selections>Modify>Contract>5 and flood fill with paper 4 at 50%. Deselect.
4) Click layer 2, selections>select all>selections>float, flood fill with color #6f4334. Selections>modify>contract>5 pixels and flood fill with paper 1. Deselect.
5) Click layer 3, selections>select all>selections>float, flood fill with color#f5cdd2, add bright noise, selections>modify>contract and flood with color #915948. Continue this with each layer of the template until you have completed all of the layers. Don't forget to drop shadow each of them as well.
6) Click layer 3, the largest of the rectangles. Open your tube close-up and copy/paste as a new layer onto your canvas, resize to 50%. Use your magic wand to select the brown portion of the rectangle, selections>invert and making sure you're on your tube layer tap delete to crop off the overlapping pieces of the tube. Deselect. In the blend mode for the tube layer, choose Luminance (L). Click on layer 3 again.
7) Grab your text tool (I'm using Bank Gothic 14 pixels, VECTOR checked) and type out the word "Scrumptious" then click objects>align>center in canvas. Convert to raster layer and go to Muras copies with the drop down set on tiling, change the number beside "gap" to 2 and top "number" to 1, leave everything else, click ok. Now on layer 3, selections>select all>selections>float click the text layer, position inside the "marching ants" as desired, and tap delete on keyboard. Deselect.
8) Do this same procedure for any other layers you desire :)
9) Open Mini-Element 22 and copy/paste as new layer. Resize to 85%. Position at lower portion of frames. 
10) Open Mini-Element 27 and copy/paste as new layer. Resize to 50% and place over the layer 6(circle) I changed blend mode to Luminance (L).
11) Copy the full body portion of the tube and paste as a new layer, top layer. Resize to 50%.
12) Hide, or delete the white background layer. Open your mask. Open paper 6 copy/paste as bottom layer. Layers>new mask layer>from image and choose the name of the mask in drop down menu. Make sure that invert mask data is UNchecked, click ok. Layers>merge>group. Resize layer to 85%.
13) Open wordart, copy/paste as new top layer. Resize to 35%, sharpen and position top left. 

14) Add your copyright information. Add any other text you'd like to. I am using  Cheri font. Merge layers. Copy/paste as new image and flatten.
15) Save as and you are done!
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. :)

Other version using a tube by Markia :

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