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Thursday, September 17, 2015

Psp tutorial: I Love Chocolate



 This tutorial is entirely my own idea. The female tube is created by Karine Dreams. You can find her website here.
 
http://www.karine-dreams.123.fr/
 
I've found the White Leaves tube on the internet, but I don't know from who the tube is. If it's yours, please leave a message at the end of this tutorial, so that I can give the credits back to you.
 
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:
Chocolate Candies 1 tube - here.
Leonidas Chocolate Box tube - here.
Abstract Cubes mask - here.
Woman tube - in zip.
Doodle - in zip.
Water Drops Background - in zip.
Text tube - in zip.
White cloth pattern - in zip.
White leaves tube - in zip.

Download the zip file here.

Plugins:
Greg's Factory Output Vol. II - Pool Shadow.
Unlimited 2.0.
Eye Candy 4000 - Drip.

You will also need Animation Shop.

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

Alright, let's get started!
  • Foreground colour: #381005
  • Background colour: #a97a7f
1) Open a transparent image of 800 x 600 px. Set the foreground colour to gradient and use the following settings:


2) Flood fill the layer with the gradient. Open the tube "Doodle". Copy and paste it as new layer on your image.
3) Go to the menu Selections ---> Select All. Add a new layer.
Open the "Water Drops" background. Copy the background by pressing on Ctrl-C on your keyboard. 

4) Go to Edit ---> Paste Into Selection. Remove the selection. Save your work as "Chocolate.pspimage".
5) Change the blend mode to Hard Light and change the opacity to 33%.
6) Go to Effects ---> Edge Effects ---> Enhance.
7) Go to Effects ---> Plugins ---> Greg's Factory Output Vol. II ---> Pool Shadow --- default.

8) Add a new raster layer and fill it with the background colour.
9) Go to Layers ---> Load/Save Mask ---> Load Mask From Disk and search for the mask "Abstract_Cubes-Nolver_11092015" and use the following settings:


10) Layers ---> Merge ---> Merge Group.
11) Effects ---> 3D Effects ---> Drop Shadow and use the following settings:

Offset Vertical: 1
Offset Horizontal: 1
Opacity: 100
Blur: 6,93
Colour: Black

12) Go to Effects ---> Plugins ---> Greg's Factory Output Vol. II ---> Pool Shadow ---- default, but change the Intensity to 80.
13) Effects ---> 3D Effects ---> Inner Bevel and use the following settings:


14) Layers ---> New Mask Layer ---> From Image ---> Search for your work "Chocolate.pspimage" in Source Window. Choose Source Luminance, Invert Mask Data unchecked ---> Ok.
15) Layers ---> Merge ---> Merge Group.
16) Repeat step 14 and 15.

17) Open the tube "Chocolate_Candies1-Nolver_13062015". Copy and paste it as new layer on your work. Move the layer to the top on the left side.
18) Go to Adjust ---> Hue and Saturation ---> Colorize and use the following settings:


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

Offset Vertical: 1
Offset Horizontal: -5
Opacity: 100
Blur: 19,80
Colour: #381005

20) Copy and paste the tube "Leonidas_Chocolate_Box-Nolver_28072015" as new layer on your image.
21) Resize the image with 55%. Image ---> Mirror.
22) Go to Adjust ---> Hue and Saturation ---> Colorize and use the following settings:


23) Move the layer to the left side.
24) Copy and paste the tube "K@rine_dreams_Woman_Hat_3218_Juin_2015" as new layer on your image. Resize this layer with 90%.
25) Go to Image ---> Mirror and place the woman on the right side.
26) Go to Effects ---> 3D Effects ---> Drop Shadow and use the following settings:

Vertical: 1
Horizontal: -5
Opacity: 47
Blur: 10,89
Colour: black

27) Repeat the Drop Shadow but change Vertical in -1 and Horizontal in 5.
28) Add your name/watermark on a new layer.
29) Add a border of 10px, white, symmetric checked (Go to Image ---> Add borders).
30) Set the background colour to Pattern and search for the "White cloth" pattern (Angle=0; Scale=100).
31) Activate your Magic Wand tool and use the following settings:


32) Select the border with your Magic Wand tool.
33) Fill the border with the "White cloth" pattern.
34) Go to Effects ---> Plugins ---> Greg's Factory Output Vol. II ---> Pool Shadow ---- default, but change the Intensity to 128.
35) Go to Effects ---> Edge Effects ---> Enhance More.
36) Effects ---> 3D Effects ---> Inner Bevel and use the following settings:


37) Go to Selections ---> Invert.
38) Go to Selections ---> Promote Selection to Layer.
39) Go to Effects ---> 3D Effects ---> Cutout and use the following settings:


40) Remove the selection.
41) Add a border of 3px, white, symmetric checked.
42) Add a border of 40px, yellow, symmetric checked.

43) Select the yellow border with your Magic Wand tool.
44) Fill the border with the gradient from step 1.
45) Go to Effects ---> Plugins ---> Greg's Factory Output Vol. II ---> Pool Shadow ---- default, but change the Intensity to 128.
46) Go to Effects ---> Plugins ---> I.C.Net Software ---> Filters Unlimited 2.0 ---> Paper Textures ---> Filter Paper and use the following settings:

Intensity: 128
Lightness: 74

47) Effects ---> 3D Effects ---> Inner Bevel and use the following settings:


48) Remove the selection.
49) Add a border of 1px, white, symmetric checked.
50) Copy and paste the tube "White leaves" as new layer on your image. Resize the layer with 50%.
Place it on the bottom right corner of your image. Add the following Drop Shadow:


51) Layers ---> Merge ---> Merge All.
  • Duplicate the image 2 times. You should now have 3 layers.
  • Copy and paste the Text tube as new layer on your image. Move the layer to the top on the left side of your image.
52) Duplicate the text layer two times. You now should have 3 text layers. Activate the bottom text layer.
53) Effects ---> Plugins ---> Eye Candy 4000 ---> Drip and use the following settings:


54) Activate the middle text layer. Effects ---> Plugins ---> Eye Candy 4000 ---> same settings, but click one time on Random Seed.
55) Activate the top text layer. Effects ---> Plugins ---> Eye Candy 4000 ---> same settings, but click one time on Random Seed.
56) Place the images and the text layers alternately. Start with the image. Your palette should look like this:


57) Merge down every text layer with a single image. The bottom text layer should be merged down with the first image. The second text layer with the second image. The third text layer with the third image.
58) Save your work as Animation Shop (.psp).

59) Open your work you just saved, in Animation Shop.
60) Go to menu Edit ---> Select All.
61) Go to Animation ---> Frame Properties ---> Display time: 25 ---> Ok.
62) Go to Animation ---> Resize Animation ---> Width: 650px; Maintain Aspect Ratio: checked ---> Ok.
63) File ---> Save ---> Save it as "Chocolate.gif"---> Click 3x on Next and then click on Finish.
64) Done!

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



This tutorial was written on September 17, 2015.


2 comments:

  1. May I congratulate you with your beautiful page and tutorials? This tutorial really blew my mind away...it's brilliant!

    Greetings from Accra, Ghana.

    Jane Bempong.

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    1. Thank you Jane for stopping by. Feel free to come around more often! :-)

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