Sunday, October 15, 2017

Changing Seasons PTU Tutorial

This tutorial was written by me. Any resemblance to any other tutorial is pure coincidence. Please DO NOT claim this tutorial as your own. It was written in PSP 9 but should be compatible with any version of PSP.



I am using the artwork of Anna Liwanag. You need a license to use this tube. You can buy this tube at CDO

I am using the PTU kit Changing Seasons by Tasha's Playground. You can find this kit at CDO




Open new image 600 x 600

Edit, Copy Frame 02

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Image, resize 70%

With your magic wand click inside of the frame

Selections, Modify, Expand by 8

Edit, copy Paper 07

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Layers, arrange, send to bottom

Selections, Invert

Edit, Clear

Selections, Select None

Select Raster 2

Effects, 3D Effects, Drop Shadow, Settings of:
Vertical : 2
Horizontal: 2
Opacity: 50
Blur: 6
Color: Black
Shadow on new layer NOT Checked

Edit, copy e13

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Move to the left side of the frame

Image, resize 50%

Effects, 3D Effects, Drop Shadow, same Settings

Layers, Duplicate

Image, Mirror

Edit, Copy e30

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Move to the bottom of the frame

Effects, 3D Effects, Drop Shadow, Same Settings

Layers, Duplicate

Image, Mirror

Edit, copy Tube

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Image, Resize to fit your tag

Effects, 3D Effects, Drop Shadow, same settings

Edit, copy e59

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Image, resize 70%

Move to the right side of the frame behind the tube and over

Effects, 3D Effects, Drop Shadow, same Settings

Edit, Copy e45

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Move to place at the bottom of the cut off legs of the tube

Image, resize 60%

Effects, 3D Effects, Drop Shadow, Same Settings

Layers, Duplicate

Image, Mirror

Edit, copy e46

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Image, resize 40%

Move to the right side of the leaf at the bottom of the tubes legs

Effects, 3D Effects, Drop Shadow, same settings

Layers, Duplicate

Image, Mirror

Edit, copy e05

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Image, resize 50%

Move to place at the bottom of the tree

Effects, 3D Effects, Drop Shadow Same Settings

Edit, copy e28

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Place in the next

Image, resize 40%

Effects,3D Effects, Drop Shadow, Same settings

Edit, copy e34

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Move behind the tube putting on the grass layer

Image, Resize 60%

Effects, 3D Effects, Drop Shadow, Same settings

Edit, copy e04

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Image, resize 50%

Move to the left side and move behind the bench

Effects, 3D Effects, Drop Shadow, Same settings

Layers, Duplicate

Image, Mirror
Select Raster 2

Edit, copy e36

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Move to the far right of the frame

Image, resize 50%

Effects, 3D Effects, Drop Shadow, Same settings

Layers, Duplicate

Image, Mirror

Select Raster 2

Edit, copy e48

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Image, resize 50%

Move to the top left of the frame

Effects, 3D Effects, Drop Shadow, Same settings

Edit, copy e61

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Image, resize 50%

Image, Flip

Move to the top left of the frame

Effects, 3D Effects, Drop Shadow, Same settings

Edit, copy e26

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Move to the top left of the frame

Image, resize 80%

Layers, arrange, send to bottom

Effects, 3D Effects, Drop Shadow, Same settings

Edit, copy e51

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Layers, arrange, bring to top

Image, resize 50%

Move to the bottom left of the frame

Effects, 3D Effects, Drop Shadow, Same Settings

Edit, copy e38

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Image, resize 50%

Move to place in front of the leaves at the bottom of the tubes legs

Effects, 3D Effects, Drop Shadow, Same settings

Edit, copy e03

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Image, resize 30%

Move to the top left placing on the flowers

Effects, 3D Effects, Drop Shadow, same settings

Remember to add your copyright info. Make sure it is plain and legible

Add your name to the tag

Save as PNG

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