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Monday, August 31, 2015

Psp tutorial: Bloom Perfume


This tutorial is entirely my own idea. The scenery tube was created by Beatríz. Click here to go to her website.


The other tubes are created by me, so please leave the layers intact. 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.



This tutorial will be written in English.

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This tutorial is made with Paint Shop Pro X3, but can be made with other Psp versions as well.

Materials:
Stylish In Black Clothes tube - here.
Blocks (misted) tube - here.
Bloom Perfume - here
Blocks mask - here.
401-california-LB TUBES - in zip.
Black cloth - in zip.
mask_02 - in zip. 
Purple flood - in zip.

Download the zip file here.

Place the Black cloth image in the Patterns folder. Place the other tubes, masks, etcetera in the right folders.


Alright, let's get started!

1) Set your foreground colour on #000000 and the background colour on #9539be.
2) Open a new transparent image of 750 x 750px.

3) Make a linear gradient with your foreground colour by clicking on the foreground colour on the Materials palette and use the following settings:


4) Flood fill your image with this gradient.

5) Duplicate this layer. Go to the menu Adjust ---> Hue & Saturation ---> Hue/Saturation/Lightness and change the value of Lightness in 100.
6) Layers ---> Load/Save Mask ---> Load Mask from disk and search for the mask "Blocks-Nolver_02062014" and use the following settings:


 Apply the mask by clicking on "Load". Layers ---> Merge ---> Merge group.

7) Effects ---> Edge Effects ---> Enhance. Now duplicate this layer. Rename this layer with "duplicate". We'll continue with this layer later.
8) Add a new layer. Fill the layer with your background colour. Change the Lightness in 100, as in step 5.

9) Layers ---> Load/Save Mask ---> Load Mask from disk and search for the mask "mask_02" and use the following settings:


Apply the mask. Layers ---> Merge ---> Merge group. Rename the layer with "swirl".
10)  Open the tube "401-california-LB TUBES". Copy and paste it as new layer on your image. Move the layer to the top on the right side. See the example below:


11) Open the tube "Purple Flood". Copy and paste it as new layer on your image. Move the layer to the right. Duplicate the layer and mirror it. Layers ---> Merge ---> Merge Down.
12) Move the merged layer under the scenery layer on the right side. See the example below:
 

13) Activate the top layer. Layers ---> Arrange ---> Move Down.
14) Activate the layer you named "duplicate". Layers ---> Arrange ---> Move up. Repeat one more time.

15) Make sure the layer with the name "duplicate" is still activated. Activate your Eraser tool and use the following settings:


16) Erase everything within the blue area, see the example below.


17) Activate the top layer. Open the tube "Stylish_In_Black_Clothes-Nolver_25062015". Copy and paste the tube as new layer on your image.  Image ---> Mirror.
18) Image ---> Resize ---- Resize with 115%, bicubic, Resize All Layers unchecked. Move the layer to the bottom on the left side.

19) Activate the Eraser tool. Erase some parts of the woman on the right side by clicking with the mouse in steps. Don't press down the mouse button continuously to erase. See the example:


20) Effects ---> 3D Effects ---> Drop shadow and use the following settings:


21) Open the tube "BloomPerfume-Nolver_06052015". Copy and paste the tube as new layer on your image.
22) Image ---> Resize ---- Resize with 50%, bicubic, Resize All Layers unchecked.

23) Adjust ---> Hue & Saturation ---> Colorize and use the following settings:


24) Move the layer to the bottom on the right side, next to the woman.

25) Effects ---> 3D Effects ---> Drop Shadow and use the following settings:


26) Activate the layer "swirl". Layers ---> Arrange ---> Move up. Put your name or watermark on a new layer.

27) Layers ---> Merge ---> Merge Visible.
28) Duplicate the layer. Effects ---> 3D Effects ---> Cutout and use the following settings:


29) Add a border of 15px with a bright yellow colour, symmetric checked. Click on the background colour on your Materials palette and go to the tab Pattern. Search for the "Black Coth" pattern, angle = 45, scale = 100 ---> Ok.
30) Select with your Magic Wand tool the yellow border (tolerance = 0, feather = 0).

31) Fill the selected border with the "Black Coth" pattern. Keep the selection.
32) Effects ---> 3D Effects ---> Inner Bevel and use the following settings:


33) Remove the selection. Add a border of 25px with the background colour, symmetric checked.
34) Repeat step 29 to 32. Remove the selection.

35) Select with your Magic Wand the purple border (tolerance = 0, feather = 0). Repeat step 28.
36) Remove the selection.

37) Resize your image to 650px wide and save your image as JPEG.
38) Done!

I'd love to see your own creation from this tutorial. I'll post it here.


This tutorial was written on August 31, 2015.


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