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Ona K.

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Sunday, November 01, 2015

Psp tutorial: New Year


I know that the original tutorial was written by Yvonne in Dutch around 2009/2010 (Psp Plezier Met Yvonne), but unfortunately she had deleted it, so I wasn't able to retrieve the original tutorial. That's why I assembled the whole tutorial alone by myself.

The champage tube is from Filly. Click on the banner to go to her website.
 
http://dreamintheforest.altervista.org/

The clock tube was made by Bodhi-creations. It seems that the website name has been taken over by someone else. The website could  be found here.

All other tubes are created by me so please leave all layers intact. My 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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I've made this tutorial in PSP X4, but can be made in other PSP versions as well. Don't forget to save your work from time to time. I assume you know how to work with the Mirror and Flip script in PSP X4.

Materials: 
Woman With Fur Hat tube - here.
Red Christmas Balls In Snow (misted) tube - here.
Lily (misted) tube - here.
Abstract 2 mask - here.
Download all other materials here.

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

Plugins:
Graphics Plus - Cross Shadow
Xero - Porcelain
  • Foreground colour: #fdcdb6
  • Background colour: #fad1cb
 Alright, let's get started!

Step 1
Open a new transparent image of 800 x 571 px.
Flood fill the layer with the background colour.
Add a new raster layer.
Fill the layer with the foreground colour.
Effects ---> Plugins ---> Graphics Plus ---> Cross Shadow:


Repeat the Cross Shadow plugin. Change the opacity to 83%.

Step 2
Go to the menu Layers ---> Load/Save Mask ---> Load Mask From Disc and search for the mask
"Abstract2-Nolver_09052014". Use the following settings:


Layers ---> Merge ---> Merge Group.

Step 3
Copy and paste the tube "Lily(misted)-Nolver_28122014" as new layer on your image.
Go to Image ---> Resize and use the following settings:


Move the layer to the top on the right side.
Change the blend mode of this layer into Luminance (L).
Change the opacity into 34%.
Go to Effects ---> Edge Effects ---> Enhance.
Your image should now look like this:


Step 4
Open the tube "Misted_filly _champagne".
Copy and paste it as new layer on your image.
Move the champagne layer to the bottom on the right side.
Change the blend mode of this layer into Luminance (L).
Change the opacity into 59%.
Go to Effects ---> Edge Effects ---> Enhance.

Step 5
Copy and paste the tube "klok" as new layer on your image.
Resize the image with 110%, bicubic, Resize All layers unchecked.
Put this layer next to the champagne on the left side.
Change the blend mode of this layer into Luminance (L).
Change the opacity into 71%.

Step 6
Copy and paste the tube "Red_Christmas_Balls_In_Snow-Nolver_01122014" as new layer on  your image.
Resize the image with 71%, bicubic, Resize All layers unchecked.
Change the blend mode of this layer into Luminance (L).
Move the layer to the bottom, under the clock tube.
Your image should now look like this:


Step 7
Copy and paste the tube "Woman_With_Fur_Hat-Nolver_29112014" as new layer on your image.
Go to Effects ---> Plugins ---> Xero ---> Porcelain:


Place the woman entirely on the left side.
Effects ---> 3D Effects ---> Drop Shadow:


Step 8
Open the tube "Butterfly-Nolver_28122014". Copy and paste it as new layer on your image.
Resize the image with 32%, bicubic, Resize All Layers unchecked.
Move the layer to the top on the left side, next to the woman's fur hat.
Change the blend mode of this layer into Luminance (L).
Change the opacity into 77%.

Step 9
Go to Layers ---> Merge ---> Merge All.
Go to Selections ---> Select All.
Layers ---> Duplicate
Effects ---> 3D Effects ---> Cutout:


Step 10
Duplicate the cutout-layer.
Selections ---> Select None.
Image ---> Add Borders ---> 4px, symmetric checked, black colour.
Set the foreground colour to Pattern and search for the pattern "Pink Beads" and click on OK.
Select the black border with your Magic Wand tool (Tolerance = 0; Feather = 0).
Fill the border with the "Pink Beads" pattern.
Go to Adjust ---> Sharpness ---> Sharpen More.
Selections ---> Select None.

Step 11
Image ---> Add Borders ---> 41px, symmetric checked, black colour.
Select the black border with your Magic Wand tool (Tolerance = 0; Feather = 0).
Fill the border with the background colour.
Effects ---> Plugins ---> Graphics Plus ---> Cross Shadow:


Step 12
Effects ---> Texture Effects ---> Mosaic - Glass:


Selections ---> Select None.
Image ---> Add Borders ---> 4px, symmetric checked, black colour.
Select the black border with your Magic Wand tool (Tolerance = 0; Feather = 0).
Fill the border with the "Pink Beads" pattern.
Go to Adjust ---> Sharpness ---> Sharpen More.
Selections ---> Select None.

Step 13
Add on a new layer your name or watermark.
Save the image as JPG.

Step 14
Done!

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

This tutorial was written on December 28, 2014.


Thanks Halima for testing the tutorial!




4 comments:

  1. Wow, that's very pretty! Thank you for sharing your tutorials with us :)

    Valery Ankenbauer
    Canada

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  2. Way to go girl!

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