Thursday, March 8, 2012

October Rust tut...

Supplies Used:
October tube by Screaming Demons available at SATC.
October Kit by Pimp'd Designs. You can buy this kit individual or get the bundle HERE (I have written a tut for November before :)
Fonts: Pixelette and Sanctuary
Filter: EyeCandy 4000 Gradient Glow & Mura's Meister Copies

Open a new image size 500 by 500.
C/P Frame 3. Resize by 55%.
Use your magic wand tool to select inside the frame. Selections, Modify, Expand by 5.
Add a new raster layer.
C/P Paper 5 into selection.
Type out your text with the pixelette font size 10. 
Apply Mura's Meister copies with these settings...

 Use your selection tool and select around the frame. Selections Invert, Delete on the copies layer.
Add Gradient Glow of 3.
Add dropshadow to words.
Dropshadow frame.
C/P Thorns. Resize by 65%. Image, Rotate, 90 Degrees. Make sure all layer is unchecked.
Position so the thorns run up the side of the frame. Use your eraser or lasso tool to remove the 2 vines that are separate from the rest. Remove anything that goes past the frame as well. Add dropshadow.
C/P Tombstone. Resize by 35%. Add dropshadow. Position about halfway up the left side of the frame. Duplicate and use your deform tool to position.
C/P Candles. Resize by 35%. Add dropshadow. Duplicate, Mirror and move to position.
C/P Skull. Duplicate and change the layer property to multiply. Merge down. Resize by 25%. Dropshadow. Duplicate, Mirror, And position.
C/P Leaf. Resize by 15%. Duplicate a few times and position around the skulls. For the darker leaves duplicate the leave you want dark and change the layer property to multiply.
C/P Flower 3. Resize by 15%. Duplicate several times and position along the bottom of the frame.
C/P Flower 2. Resize by 15%. Duplicate a few times and position over the black flowers.
Type out your text for the top of the frame using the pixelette font.Add Gradient Glow of 3 and drop shadow.
Type out your name with the Sanctuary font. Repeat Gradient glow and drop shadow.
Don't forget you copyright and watermark.

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