Sunday, March 25, 2018

Watching Over 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  Monte Moore. You need a license to use this tube.  The tube is can be purchased at CDO

I am using the PTU Kit IB Monte Moore 64-3  by Foxys Designz. This kit is sold at CDO





Open new image 600 x 600

Edit, copy Frame 2

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 1

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Layers, arrange, send to bottom

Selections, Invert

Edit, Clear

Edit, copy Ele 18

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Edit, Clear

Edit, copy Tube

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Image, resize 60%

Move over to the right and move around til you can still see the dragons eye at the bottom. See my tag for placement

Edit, Clear

Selections, Select None

Select Raster 2

Effects, 3D Effects, Drop Shadow, Settings of:
Vertical : 2
Horizontal: 2
Opacity: 65
Blur: 5
Color: Black
Shadow on new layer NOT Checked

Edit, Copy Element 19

Layers, arrange, send to bottom

Effects, 3D Effects, Drop Shadow, same Settings

Edit, copy Element 12

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Layers, arrange, send to bottom but than move about the mask

Move to the right side of the frame some

Effects, 3D Effects, Drop Shadow, Same Settings

Layers, Duplicate

Image, Mirror

Edit, copy Element 20

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Image, Mirror

Move to the right and move down til it is behind the rock

Effects, 3D Effects, Drop Shadow, Same Settings

Edit, copy Element 7

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Image, rotate free rotate, right 90

Image, Resize 80%

Move to the left placing in front of the rock wall and behind the frame

Effects, 3D Effects, Drop Shadow, Same Settings

Layers, Duplicate

Image, Mirror

Edit, copy Element 1

Edit, paste, paste as new layer

Layers, arrange, bring to top

Image, resize 65%

Move to the bottom of the frame and to the left some. See my tag for placement

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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