Saturday, September 29, 2012

Dragon Tattoo tut...

Supplies Used:
Dragon tube By Orkus Art. Get it at PFD.
Hilda Spooklicious kit by Bibi's Collection. Get it at PFD.
Eyecandy 4000 Gradient Glow (Font Only)
Mack of choice
Font: Selfish

Open a new image size 500 by 500.
C/P Element 64.
Go to Adjust, Color Balance, Negative image.
Select the inside of the frame using your magic wand.
Selections, Modify, Expand by 3.
C/P Elements. (It is right before the papers in the kit)
Move this under the frame layer.
Resize by 50%.
Go to Selections, Invert, Delete.
Dropshadow your frame layer.
C/P your tube. Dropshadow.
C/P Element 61. Dropshadow.
Position oer the right side of the frame.
C/P Element 8. Resize by 75%. Dropshadow.
Use your deform tool to position along the right side of the frame.
C/P Element 12. Resize by 50%. Dropshadow.
Position just below the top of the swirl.
C/P Element 7. Resize by 30%. Dropshadow.
Position so the swirl kinda frames the large rose.
C/P Element 9. Resize by 30%. Dropshadow.
Position near the bottom right of the frame.
C/P Element 46. Resize by 60%. Dropshadow.
Position at the bottom of the frame.
C/P Element 47. Resize by 30%. Dropshadow.
Use your deform tool to position on a slight angle at the top of the skull of the bat.
Duplicate butterfly & Mirror.
Position just under the bottom of the wing on the original butterfly.
C/P Element 32. Resize by 40%. Dropshadow.
Position under the space left by the butterflies.
Select the color you will be using for your font as the background in your color palette.
Draw out a circle over the center of the frame, DO NOT convert to raster.
Select your font and hover near the edge of the circle. You should see an A with a curve under it.
Type out your font.
Promote the selection to layer and deselect.
Apply Inner bevel.
Add Eyecandy Gradient Glow of 3 in a contrasting color.
Delete your circle layer.
Select your background layer.
C/P Papers (It is the last paper) as a new layer.
Apply you mask of choice & Merge group.
Don't forget to add your copyright & Watermark!

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