Monday, 13 August 2012

CHRISTMAS CHEER

This tutorial was written by me on 14th December 2010 It assumes you have working knowledge of PSP and Animation Shop and it's tools, was written in Version 9, feel free to merge layers as when needed, unless otherwise stated

You will need:

Scrap kit 'Christmas Cheer' which you can download here
tube of choie I am using the work of Sheila Craig which you can download from here
mask of choice

Open a new transparent image 600 x 600 and flood fill white
open frame1 > image > resize > 55% and paste as a new layer > resize 70%
activate the magic wand and click inside all 3 frames > make sure to click inside the little white parts also > modify > expand 3
open paper8 and paste as a new layer > selections > invert and hit delete > drag the paper below the frame layer
again activate the magic wand and click inside all parts og the first frame > open close up tube and paste as a new layer > invert and hit delete > select none > drag below the frame layer and change blend mode to luminance legacy and lower the opacity
repeat the above steps with the other 2 frames usinf the same tube
merge visible the tube layers and add a drop shadow of choice to the frame
open sleigh element and resize 55% > copy and paste as a new layer > resize > 75% and position to the left of the image
open element bow6 and resize 55% > copy and paste as a new layer > add a drop shadow and drag to the bottom below the frame
click on the bottom layer and add a new layer > select all > open a paper of choice and paste into selection > apply mask of choice > merge group
open the main tube and paste as a new layer > drop shadow of choice
add the copyrights and your mark and any text you like > delete the white background if u wish > merge visible layers > save as a .png
If you have any questions or comments regarding this tutorial , please leave me a comment below or write a message
in my Chat Box, alternatively you can email me at clare_33@live.co.uk

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