26 September, 2012

FTU- Boobylicious

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This tutorial is borne from my own manipulated lil' mind. 
Any similarity to any other tutorial(s) is purely coincidental.
This tutorial was written for those who have a working 
knowledge of PSP and was written using PSP XI, 
tho' any version should work.
Supplies Needed: 
Scrapkit: I'm using a wonderful FTU kit named 
Check Your Chi Chis from Tasha's Playground. This is part 
of an awesome FTU collab. for Breast Cancer Awareness.
Find the kit here on her blog.
Tube: I'm using the beautiful art work of Arthur Crowe.
This tube was available for those who donated for the 
Taking Back PSP fundraiser earlier this year.
Do NOT use this artwork unless you have a license to do so 
& had donated for the tube.
Template: bc-3 from Tamie on the Addictive Addicts blog, here.
* Leave some love when downloading the kit & template.=)
Filters: Xero- Bad Dream
Xero- Porcelain
Eye Candy 4000- HSB Noise
Eye Candy 4000- Gradient Glow 

Font: Pussycat

Drop shadow: 3 3 50 4, black.
Save your progress often.;)
Let's do this! =)
Open up the template. Duplicate it & close original. 
Delete the credit layer at the top.
Working from the bottom layer of the template, up:
Raster 7- Select all- float. 
Defloat- Invert. Delete this layer & paste paper4, resized 70%.
Hit delete & select none. Add a drop shadow.
Raster 8- Select all- float. 
Defloat- Invert. Delete this layer & paste paper2, resized 80%.
Hit delete & select none. Add a drop shadow.
Raster 4- Select all- float. Defloat- Invert.
Delete this layer & paste paper8. 
Hit delete & select none. Crop to canvas. Add a drop shadow.
Raster 5- Add noise: Uniform/ 60% (Monochrome unticked).
Drop shadow.
Raster 6- Select all- float. Defloat. Add a new layer. 
Flood fill with a gradient: Angle- 45/ Repeats- 2.
#d57799 & #d8d8d8 for the colours. Select none.
Next Effects- Texture Effects- Weave at these settings:
Raster 2- Select all- float. Defloat- Invert.
Delete this layer & paste paper6, resized 80%. 
(Move the paper up a bit.) Hit delete & keep selected.
On the left side, add your closeup ot tube, resized as needed.
Hit delete. Add your tube or closeup again on the right side. 
Hit delete & select none. Crop to canvas. 
Erase any excess of the tubes that overlap into the boxes.
Merge the right side down onto the left side. Duplicate. 
On the bottom one, change the blend mode 
to Luminance (L) at 50%. 
On the top one, add a Gaussian blur of 3. 
Change the blend mode to Soft Light.
Add a drop shadow to the bottom layer.
Next, add your main tube, resizing as needed.
Apply Xero- Bad Dream at these settings:
Then apply Xero- Porcelain at default settings.
Add your drop shadow.
Duplicate Raster 1. On the bottom one, add a gradient glow:
Then add your drop shadow.
On the top one, add HSB Noise at default settings.
Next we'll add some elements.
For each one I added, I sharpened & added 
a drop shadow to, unless specified otherwise.
flower2- 65%. Place in the lower left corner.
heart- 55%. Place near the bottom right corner.
corner- 45%. Place in the bottom right corner.
Duplicate & flip. Position this one in the top right corner.
clip- 75%. Rotate 12 left. Place near the top left corner.
hearts- 70%. Place to the right of tag.
discoball- 50%. Place behind your main tube in the top right.
butterfly- 50%. Place in center of the flowers in the bottom left corner.
cupcake- 45%. Place to the right of your main tube.
deco- 55%. Place on the left of the tag.
cup- 55%. Place to the right & behind the cupcake.
charm- 70%. Place on the right side of the tag.
lips- 55%. Mirror. Rotate 8 left. Place in top left corner of tag.
Add any other elements, if you prefer at this time.
Now, crop/ resize your tag to your own preferences.
Then, add your proper copyrights & watermarks.
Now add your name. Duplicate.
On the top one, add a bevel:
On the bottom one, add a gradient glow:
Then add some noise- Uniform/ Monochrome/ 65%
followed by a drop shadow.
Last, delete the white background layer. 
Merge visible & save as a PNG. 
Enjoy your new tag.=)
*hugz*

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