Friday, July 10, 2009

Rainy Woodlands Tutorial

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SCRAPKIT: Woodlands by StephsGraphx

Mask: Of Choice

Artist © Daniel Esparza.
In order to use the image in this tutorial you MUST purchase it from CILM

Ok lets get started

New image 500 x 500, white background

Open stephg_wl_paper7
Copy and paste as new layer and apply your mask
Open your silver button and use Mura Meister filter to make a circle.
If you do not have this filter then just duplicate your button enough times to make a circle

Open your tube of choice
I'm using the wonderful work of Daniel Esparza
Position it in your frame
Duplicate it and put one tube on top of the frame and one on the bottom.
Get your eraser tool and select the top layer (on top of the frame)
Delete the bottom part that is touching the frame
Select your bottom tube layer and delete just the part of the tube
that is sticking out of the frame.
Add your drop shadow to your bottom tube

Open up your cottage and copy and paste it as a new layer
Put it in the background of your tube (see my for placement)
Add dropshadow

Open your three flowers of your choice and other elements
Resize them and place them on your tag
Add your text and copyright to your tag and your done.

You may continue on if you want to add the animated effect.


Close off your bg layer and mask layer and merge visible
Unhide your other layers and close off your main layer, merge visible
Now you should have two layers
Get your lasso tool and draw a circle
Follow your frame but don't go outside of your frame
Try to keep it where it doesn't show through the holes on your button frame
Duplicate your mask layer x2 for a total of 3 frames
Add noise to your first layer of 65, gaussian
Repeat the steps on the other two layers, each time going up x5
(ex. 65, 70, 75)
Now go back to the top layer and go to adjust-image-motion blur
Use the settings below for each layer
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Duplicate your top tube layer x2 and drag each one so that it's on top of the rain layer and merge each one down.

Save your document as a pspanimation file and open it up in animation shop.

All you really have to do is save your image in animation shop and your done.

Of course you can tweet the settings if you prefer but that's totally up to you.

I hope you enjoyed my tutorial.

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