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Tuesday, April 08, 2014

Psp tutorial: One Day I'll Be Stronger


I have seen the image on internet in 2011 and my guess it was ever created around 2007, 2008 or 2009 (by Tuts To Go), but I have not been able to see a tutorial from this image, so with good luck I assembled the whole tutorial alone by myself. Most tubes are created by me, so please leave all layers intact. The only tube that's not mine is the Flawed Glass Hearts  tube. This tube is made by Psp Roses. The tubes can always be used for personal stuff, you only have to ask permission first if you would like to use them in a tutorial.

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This tutorial will be written in English.

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I've written this tutorial in PSP X2, but can be made in other PSP versions as well. Don't forget to save your work from time to time.

Materials: 
Mane Attraction tube - here
Bow & Butterfly tube - here
Daisy tube - here
Download all other materials here.

Place the tubes, masks, etcetera in the right folders.

Plugins:
Carolaine and Sensibility - CS-LDots - here.
You will also need Animation Shop.

Ready? Let's begin!
  • Open a new image of 900 x 643px and use the colour black.


  • Go to menu Effects ---> Carolaine and Sensibility ---> CS-LDots and use the following settings:


  • Open the mask "sg_checkered.PspMask" in Paint Shop Pro by dragging the icon into the Paint Shop Pro program.
  • Go back to your work. Add a new raster layer and flood fill this layer with the colour white.
  • Go to Layers ---> New Mask Layer ---> From Image and search for the mask "sg_checkered". Use the following settings:

  • Layers ---> Merge ---> Merge Group.
  • Adjust ---> Sharpness ---> Sharpen More.
  • Open the tube "Stripes.pspimage" and paste as new layer on your work.
  • Lower the opacity of this layer to 40. If you don't know how to do that, you can do it by going to the Layers palette and change it manually to 40, see the example:


  • Or go to menu Layers ---> Properties and change the opacity into 40.
  • Image ---> Add borders, 3 pixels, colour white, Symmetric checked.
  • Image ---> Add borders, 20 pixels, colour black, symmetric checked.
  • Select the black border with your Magic Wand, Tolerance 0, Feather 0.
  • Open the tube "Border background.pspimage" and remove the credits layer.
  • Open the foreground colour and go to the tab Pattern. Choose the pattern "Border background" and use the following settings:


  • Go back to your work and flood fill the black border with the pattern. Remove the selection by going to menu Selections ---> Select None.
  • Image ---> Add borders, 3 pixels, colour white, Symmetric checked.
  • Open the tube "Flawed Glass Hearts.psp" and paste it as new layer on your work. Image ---> Resize, 115%, bicubic, Resize all layers unchecked.
  • Duplicate this layer. Image ---> Mirror. Place the duplicated layer a bit on the left. Example:

  • Open the tube "Bow&Butterfly-Nolver_17072013.pspimage". Copy the layer with the butterfly. Go back to your work and paste it as new layer on your work.
  • Go to Image ---> Negative Image.
  • Press on K on your keyboard and choose the following settings:

  • Open the tube "Daisy-Nolver_15072013.pspimage". Copy the tube and paste it as new layer on your work.
  • Image ---> Resize, 40%, bicubic, Resize all layers unchecked. 
  • Press on K and use the following settings:

  • Adjust ---> Sharpness ---> Sharpen.
  • Effects ---> 3D Effects ---> Drop Shadow and use the following settings:

  • Duplicate this layer. Image ---> Resize, 70%, bicubic, Resize all layers unchecked. Image ---> Mirror.
  • Press on K and use the following settings:

  •   Open the tube "Title.pspimage" and copy the tube. Paste it as new layer on your work. Press on K and use the following settings:

  • Open the tube "Bow&Butterfly-Nolver_17072013.pspimage". Copy the layer with the bow and paste it as new layer on your work.
  • Image ---> Resize, 70%, bicubic, Resize all layers unchecked.
  • Press on K and use the following settings:

  • Duplicate this layer. Image ---> Mirror. Press on M on your keyboard.
  • Open the mask "20-20.jpg" in Paint Shop Pro. Go back to your work.
  • Open the tube "Mane-Attraction-Nolver_30042012". Copy the "Tube 2" layer and paste it as new layer on your work.
  • Layers ---> New Mask Layer ---> From Image. Search for the mask "20-20", choose Source Luminance, Invert Mask Date unchecked.
  • Layers ---> Merge ---> Merge Group.
  • Image ---> Resize, 85%, bicubic, Resize all layers unchecked. Put the tube on the left. See the example.
  • Effects ---> Photo Effects ---> Black and White Film ---> Default ---> OK.
  • Add your name/watermark on a new layer.
  • Edit ---> Copy Special ---> Copy Merged.
  • Open Animation Shop. Go to menu Edit ---> Paste ---> As New Animation. Go back to your work in Paint Shop Pro.
  • Activate the layer with the butterfly.
  • Adjust ---> Add/Remove Noise ---> Add Noise. Use the following settings:

  • Activate the layer with the glass hearts (the original).
  • Adjust ---> Add/Remove Noise ---> Add Noise. Use the following settings:

  • Activate the duplicated layer with the glass hearts and repeat the previous action (adding the noise).
  • Go back to Animation Shop. Edit ---> Paste ---> After Current Frame.
  • Edit ---> Select All. Animation ---> Frame Properties: fill in 10 as Display Time. Ok.
  • Animation ---> Resize Animation: width 700px, Maintain aspect ratio checked. Ok.
  • View the aniimation by clicking on the film strip icon. If you're content, save the file as GIF.
  • Done!
I'd love to see your own creation from this tutorial. I'll post it here.


This tutorial was written on July 18, 2013.


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