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Wednesday, April 19, 2017

PTU: A Mother's Love


This tutorial was written by me on April 19, 2017. The results are of my own imagination.  Any resemblance to another tutorial is purely coincidental.  

Please DO NOT claim this tutorial as your own.

This was written assuming you have working knowledge of PSP.

Please keep in mind that I write the tutorial as I am creating it.

Sometimes I may not explain properly where to place things so please see my example if you are ever in doubt :)

Supplies needed

I am using PSP X9 but this tutorial should work with any version.

PTU Tube:  I am using an awesome tube called "My Baby" created by Alex Prihodko.  Please do not use this tube with out a proper license.  You can purchase this at PFD's store here.  

PTU Kit:  I am using a beautiful scrapkit called "A Mothers Love" by Dance in the Rain.  You can purchase this kit here.

Mask:  Dee's floral mask created by Dee's Sign Depot.  You can download it from her blog here.  It is the second one.  Click it then right click and save as.  Open in PSP and minimize.

Font of choice for you name.  I am using Chopin Script.  This is a FTU font and can be downloaded from Dafont here.

I am using a drop shadow (D/S) of V/H 2, Opacity 50, blur 5, color black throughout the tutorial unless otherwise stated.

Let's get started.

Open a new 600x600 transparent image.

Copy your tube and paste as a new layer.  Resize 50% and again by  70%.  Adjust Sharpness, sharpen.  Add drop shadow.

Open paper 6, copy and close the original.  Select raster 1 and add a new raster layer.  Select all.  Edit, paste into selection.  Select none.  Go to Layers, new mask layer, from image and find DD_NFM2017_2 in the drop down.  Source luminance checked and click ok.  Layers, merge, merge group.  You now can close the mask as we will not be using it anymore.

Open frame 6, copy and close the original.  Select the mask layer and paste.  Resize 50% and move to the upper left side.  See mine for placement.  Using your magic wand, add(shift) mode, tolerance 0, click inside the frame.  Selections, modify, expand by 3.  Open paper of choice.  I am using paper 5.  Copy and close the original.  Select the mask layer and add a new raster layer,  edit, paste into selection.  Keep selected.  Copy your tube and paste as a new layer.  Image, mirror.  Move the faces into the selection.  Selection, invert and hit delete on your keyboard.  Select none.  Duplicate this layer.  Standing on the top layer change the blend mode to screen.  Merge down.  Lower the opacity to 80 on the merged layer.  Drop shadow the frame.

Open element 36, copy and close the original.  Select the mask layer and paste.  Resize 80% and move to the upper right side.  Drop shadow.

Open element 27, copy and close the original.  Select the frame layer and paste.  Resize 40% and move to the upper right side of the frame.  See mine for placement.  Drop shadow.

Open element 33, copy and close the original.  Select the frame layer and paste.  Resize 80% and move to the bottom.  Using your pick tool (deform tool) select the bottom center node and pull down until you get the height you like.  Select the top layer and paste again.  Resize 80% and move to the bottom so it looks like the toys are in the grass.

Open element 32, copy and close the original.  Select the frame layer and paste.  Resize 80% and move so it peeks up from behind the grass.  See mine for placement.  Drop shadow.

Open element 78, copy and close the original.  Select the top tube layer and paste.  Resize 50% and move to the bottom left corner so it looks like it is in the grass.  See mine for placement.  Drop shadow but change the color to white (#ffffff).

Open element 86, copy and close the original.  Select the bottom grass layer and paste.  Resize 40% and again by 80%.  Move to the bottom left close to the edge of the fence.  Drop shadow.  (remember to change your color back to black).

Open element 60, copy and close the original.  Select the tree layer and paste.  Resize 70% and move to the bottom left so you see the heart behind the fence.  Duplicate and move up.  Drop shadow.  Using your eraser tool, erase the ribbon that is sticking out from under the grass.

Open element 25, copy and close the original.  Select the bottom grass and paste.  Resize 40% and move to the bottom right.  Duplicate and mirror.  Duplicate one more time and move to the right side of the tube.  Drop shadow each grass cluster.

Open element 23, copy and close the original.  Select the top grass cluster and paste.  Resize 30% and again by 60%.  Move to the bottom right.  Duplicate and move this layer above your tube layer.  Move between the M and O of the word art.  Duplicate again and move between the O and M.  Drop shadow all the daisies.

Select your mask layer.  Select the eraser tool set to 50 round and erase the bottom portion of the mask that is sticking out from under the grass.

Add any other elements you like.

Once happy with your tag, add your copyright and name.

Save as png.

I hope you have enjoyed my tutorial.  I would love to see your results.

Hugs,

Gwils

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