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Monday, June 27, 2011

SUPPLIES NEEDED

TUBE OF CHOICE: I used the awesome artwork of Keith Garvey. 
The tube I used came with three different sizes
including two Close Ups.
I used all three sizes.
You must have a license to use this art.
You can find Keith's art and get a license HERE.


SCRAPKIT:  Tickled Pink by TammyKat Designs.
This is a PTU kit.
You can find it HERE.

FONT OF CHOICE: I used Some Weatz Swashes.

I used Photoshop for this tut.
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Let's have some fun!
Open a new canvas, 700x700.
Transparent background.
Use my taggie as a guide for placement of elements.

Open grungypaper 5.
Center on canvas.

Open rippedframe.
Center toward top of canvas.
Open frame 4.
Place toward bottom of canvas.
Open halftonpaper2.
Place this behind rippedframe.
With this paper layer highlighted
Go to the upper left corner of the Layer Palette.
Click the down arrow next to the word Normal.
Select Pin Light.
Grab an eraser.
Erase paper so none shows outside of rippedframe.

Behind frame4, place these elements:
bg1
brickbg-pink, resize to 75%
In upper right corner of Layer Palette
Set Opacity for brickbg-pink to 50%.
Center these layers inside frame4.
On top of frame4
I placed splash, resized to 50%.

These elements I used on top of rippedframe layer:
skullcharm2, resize to 75%
bowblack, resize to 50%
(duplicate this layer and flip Horizontally)
lollypink1
lollyblack2, resize to 75%
lollypink1, resize to 50%
hotword, duplicate and rotate second layer
sexyword
(hotword and sexyword layers are on top of all layers)

Open your regular sized tube.
Position where you like.
You may have to resize your tube to fit.
I resized mine to 80%.
Place this on top of rippedframe.
I also placed it behind hotwords & sexyword layers.

Ok. Ya ready to play?
We're going to be playing with your Close Up tubes.
It may look messy for a bit
but we'll clean it up so it looks good.
Open your Close Up tubes.
Make sure all Close Ups are behind rippedframe.
Play around with placement
and the different sized Close Ups.
Get them positioned as you like.
If you're having trouble visualizing the end result,
just hide the Close Up layers you're not playing with.
When you get them where you want them
you'll want to grab a soft edged eraser.
Layer by layer, one at a time,
erase the parts of each tube
that overlaps onto another.
Start with the bottom tube layer
and work your way up through all the layers of tubes.
Like this:
Highlight the bottom tube layer.
Hide all tube layers except bottom and next tube layer.
With the bottom tube layer highlighted
erase the part of that tube that is covered
by the second tube layer
and any part that goes outside rippedframe layer.
Unhide the next tube layer.
Highlight your second tube layer.
Again, erase the part of tube layer2
that is covered by tube layer 3
and extends outside rippedframe layer.
Keep repeating these steps until all tube layers are done.

Now for Blending Options.
I will tell you the Blending Options
I used on each Close Up layer.
To find these options,
go to the upper left corner of the Layer Palette.
Click the down arrow next to the word Normal.
For the lower left corner tube – Soft Light
Upper left corner tube – Screen
Upper center tube – Screen
Upper right corner tube – Darken, Opacity 75%
Lower center tube – Screen
Opacity setting for all Close Up layers
is set at 100% except the Darken layer.
Opacity settings are located
in the upper right corner of the Layer Palette.

Highlight grungypaper5 layer.
Grab a soft edged eraser.
Erase paper around the edges
creating a soft edge around your entire tag.

Place drop shadows on your taggie.
Resize your taggie to your liking.

Make a new layer.
Type your name.
I used White.
Stroke, Outside, 3, color fd06c6 .

MOST IMPORTANT!!
You must now do this:
Put the artist's name, website, and your license number
of the tube you used on the siggy!!
Add your name (ie: Designed by Your Name) behind this info.
Make sure this info is legible and clearly seen.

Save as PSD to maintain layers.
Then save as PNG, remembering to use a number behind your sig title.
YOU'RE DONE!!
I hope you had fun with this tut!
HUGS!♥

*This tut was created by me, Redneck Tuts by Savage. 
Any resemblance to any other is purely coincidental.*
Artist: ©Keith Garvey www.garvgraphx.com PTE0041

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