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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

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This Tutorial was written on October 18th, 2011 by Ashly
It is of my own creation and any resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental.

Please do not copy and do not post elsewhere.
This tutorial is written as if you have a general knowledge on how to use the program.

***What you'll need***
Program of Choice.
I am using Photoshop CS5

Tube of choice.
I am using the artwork of KT Bryan
You must purchase a license to use his work and you can do so HERE

Kit of choice.
I am using a FTU kit called “The Goodies” by Mythical Desings
You can download this kit HERE
While you're there make sure to check out all her other kits she has avaliable.
You won't be disappointed.

Mask of Choice
I am using Mask10 by Weescotlass
You can Download that HERE

Filters Needed
Xero – Porcelain
Xero - Radiance

~*~*~ Let's Get Started~*~*~

Open up a new canvas
600px x 600px.
Flood fill with white

Open element20
Copy and past into your canvas
Scale down by 70%

Open up the preview
Copy and paste into your canvas
Using you magic wand tool select inside of your frame.
Select ---> Modify ---> Expand, by 5, okay.
Invert your selection, go to the preview layer and press delete.

Filter ---> Pixelate ---> Pointillize
I did a cell size of 5

Filter ---> Brush strokes ---> Sprayed Strokes
All set at default.

Open up your tube and copy and paste into your canvas.
Resize and position to your liking
Duplicate the layer
Drag the bottom tube layer below your frame.
On that layer erase the bits sticking out of the bottom.
Add a drop shadow of choice to this layer.

Now, on the top tube layer, erase the parts that you'd like to that are overlapping the frame.
Then:
Filter ---> Xero ---> Porcelain
All at default expect the blue channel, slide over to the left to 0.

Filter ---> Xero ---> Radience
Do something subtle that just brightens the tube back up a bit.

Filter ---> Sharpen ---> Unsharp Mask
All at default.

Now take a closer up of your tube and postion just about your frame background.
Erase any parts outside of your frame.
Change the blend mode to luminosity and the opacity to 70%

Open up Paper2
Resize to 600px x 600px
Copy and paste into your canvas
Drag this layer to just above the white background and apply your mask.

Now we're just going to embellish.
Do so to your liking.

I used the following in this order:
Below the frame background layer:
Element27
Element4

Above the frame layer but below the tube layer:
Element12
Element5
Element13
Element 11
Element 11

Add your name and any word art that you may like to.

Image ---> Trim
Top left pixel color, all boxes checked.

Resize if you'd like to.

*~*Most Important*~*
Add your copyright info!

Hide your background layer and save!

You're done!
I hope you liked this tutorial!!

Thank you for trying it out!!
I'd love to see any results and will post them to my blog!
Feel free to email me if you have any questions as well!

Huge Hugs!!
Ashly

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Hey everyone!! Thanks for stopping by! My name is Ashly and I'm a 27 y/o SAHM to 1 little girl. I love designing in my free time as a way to destress a bit and have been making tags and siggies for about 6 years now but, am still continually learning. You can email me at: garyswifey06@gmail.com

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