Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Rock 'N the Tropics

Any resemblance to any other tutorial or signature is merely coincidental and is not intended

I am using the beautiful artwork of Jamie Kidd.  You can  purchase his artwork and a license to use it HERE at CDO
I am using Vix Mask 387.  You can down load the mask from her blog HERE
The font I used is Indonesiana Serif
The kit I am using is a PTU kit from Rebellious Scraps called Rock It.  You can purchase this kit HERE at Lollipops 'N Gumdrops

Pieces from the kit used in this tutorial are
tribal hearts
pick 3
music notes
guitar 3
frame 2
paper 1
paper 4

You must have a working knowledge of PSP to complete this tutorial.  This tutorial was written using PSPXI

Open a new 600x600 image and flood fill white.
Open paper 4 and resize to 600x600.  Go to Layers/LoadSave Mask and apply your Mask.  Go to Layers/Merge/Merge Group to merge the mask layers together.
Open Paper 1 and resize to 600x600.
Open frame 2 and resize to your liking.  Using your magic wand select the inside of the 3 frames.  Go to Selections/Modify/Expand 4.  Selections Invert.  Using the layers pallet select Paper 1 Layer.  Press your delete key to delete the extra paper around the frame. Selections/Select None.  Add a drop shadow of 2 to Frame 2 Layer.  Merge Frame 2 Layer and Paper 1 Layer together
Open Music Notes and resize to your liking.  Place Music Notes Layer over merged Frame 2 Layer.  Using your erase tool, erase the part of the element that covers the middle panel of Frame 2 Layer.  Add a drop shadow of 1 to Music Notes Layer
Open guitar 3 and pick 3 resizing to your liking.  On guitar 3 layer go to Image/Mirror.  Add a drop shadow of 2 to both the guitar 3 and pick 3 Layers.
Open tribal hearts and add your text on top of the element.  Merge your text Layer and tribal hearts Layer.  Go to Image/Rotate/Free Rotate 25 percent left.
Open you tube.  Place a drop shadow of 3 on your tube.
Resize the signature to your liking
Remember to add your copyright information before saving

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