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Sunday, September 9, 2012

OH SO GLAM





Supplies needed:

I am using the amazing art from Akkasshaa for this tutorial, which you can find here

Scrapkit: I am using the matching Ghoulina kit from JRB Scraps called "Ghoulina". Unfortunately, this kit was only available at PTE and is currently unavailable.

Collab Template by Tonya and Rosey which can be found here

Dead Sexy Mask by Candy Treats, which I think you can still grab here or Mask of choice

Plugins used: Eyecandy 4000 - Glass, PhotoEffex - Scanlines, Xero-Radiance, Xero-Bad Dream, Lokas 3D Shadow
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This tutorial is written for those who have working knowledge of PSPX2 (any version will do).

This tutorial was written by me on September 9, 2012. Please do not copy or paste on any other forum, website or blog provide link back to tut only. Please do not claim as your own. This tutorial is copyrighted to me. Any resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental.

Ok - let's start and remember to save often.

Open the template and using your shortcut keys on your keyboard (SHIFT+D) duplicate the template as a new image. Close the original and delete the copywrite layer.

Select Wordart layer

Apply Eyecandy Gradient Glow at fat default settings

Select Heart1 layer

Select all, float, defloat

Add new raster layer and flood-fill with color of choice

Select none

Apply Eyecandy - Glass at default settings

Delete/Hide original heart layer

Select Heart 2 layer

Repeat above steps/settings

Select Stripe layer

Select all, float, defloat

Add new raster layer and flood-fill with color of choice

Apply Effect, Texture Effects, Blinds (Width 2, Opactity 15, Horizontal and Light from left/top checked)

Select none

Delete/Hide original strip layer

Select Octagon shape layer

Select all, float, defloat

Paste Paper 6

Select all, invert, delete, select none

Delete/Hide original octagon layer

Select Thin Strip layer

Select all, float, defloat

Add new raster layer and flood-fill with color of choice

Select none

Apply Photoeffex - Scanlines with the following settings:


Delete/Hide original strip layer

Select Rectangle 2 layer

Select all, float, defloat

Paste Paper 5

Select all, invert, delete, select none

Delete/Hide original rectangle layer

Select Rectangle 1 layer

Select all, float, defloat

Paste Paper 8

Select all, invert, delete, select none

Delete/Hide original rectangle layer

Select Large Octagon layer

Select all, float, defloat

Paste Paper 3

Select all, invert, delete, select none

Delete/Hide original octagon layer

Select Circle 1 layer

Select all, float, defloat

Add new raster layer and flood fill with gradient of choice (Linear style, Angle 45, Repeat 2)

Paste close-up tube of choice on top of gradient, invert delete, select none

Change closeup's to Hard Light

Apply Xero Bad Dream at default settings

Drop the opacity on close-ups down to about 70%

Apply dropshadow and merge down on top of gradient layer

Apply Effect, Texture Effects, Blinds (Width 2, Opactity 25, Horizontal and Light from left/top checked)

Hide/Delete original circle layer

Select Circle 2 layer

Repeat above steps/settings

Select Dotted Circles 1 and 2 layers and delete

Select element 20 - resize by 85%

Paste and reposition on the right side under circles layer

Duplicate, mirror and flip

Copy and paste tube of choice and position where desired

Apply Xero Radiance at setting of choice

Apply Lokas 3D Shadow

Select New raster layer and flood fill with color or gradient of choice

Move layer to the bottom of the template

Apply Dead Sexy Mask or Mask of choice

Merge group and move to the bottom

Add any additional elements you like.

Add any dropshadows you like

Crop and resize as desired

Add copyright info, license number and name

You're done! Thanks for trying my tutorial!

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