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Snakelady's Dutch Tutorials
translated into English by Sonel
with permission from the creator, Snakelady
Original Tutorial here in Dutch
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Drag and Drop Script: © Dynamic Drive (http://www.dynamicdrive.com)
Download all the Supplies here.
The lovely tube is from Marif.
Place the mask (KL240.jpg) in the Masks folder in PSP, the brush (SG_script3.PspBrush)
and the Brushtip in the Brushes Folder and open the tubes in PSP.
Choose a light color from your tube as a foreground color (#d7e073)
and a dark color as your background color (#435e25).
Open a new Image : 700 x 500 transparent and Floodfil the layer with the dark background color.
Layers - New Raster Layer - Floodfill with your light foreground color.
Layers - Load/Save Mask - Load Mask from Disk - look for the mask KL240.
*Invert Transparency not ticked*
Effects - Edge Effects - Enhance.
Layers - Merge - Merge Group.
Copy the tube (Marif-octobre_2006_face0159.pspimage) and Paste as a New Layer.
The tube have a shadow layer already.
If you are using another tube or image, use an image/tube of 450 x 250 and
apply a Drop Shadow with the following settings : 2-2-75-8 Black and repeat with -2.
Copy the ringband (SnakeRingband.pspimage) and Paste as a New Layer.
Move to the left.
Copy the bow (JB_1xmas-bow009.psp) and Paste as a New Layer.
Move to the right top.
Effects - 3D Effects - Drop Shadow : 2-2-50-10 Black.
See example below :
Activate the background layer.
Activate the Brush Tool and look for the Brush : SG_script3.
With the light foreground color, apply the brush in the left top corner
and the right bottom corner.
Layers - Merge - Merge All (Flatten).
Image - Add Borders - 2 pixels with your light foreground color.
Place your watermark and name. Fonts used : Changeling Light or Babylon5 Credits, size 40.
This tutorial is perfect if you want to use your own photo's or images and for Christmas.
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