Sunday, May 2

Lie To Me



Tube of choice,I am using Jay Trembly,which you can purchase here,do not use unless you have a license to do so.

Scrapkit is Purple Daze by Creations By Rain here. Thank you for the awesome kit!!

Template of choice,I am using template 7 by Von at Soaring Hawk's Nest here and check here for more awesome work by Von. Thank you for the template Von!!

Font of choice.
-This tutorial was written assuming you have working knowledge of PSP-

Dropshadow for tut:
Vertical 3
Horizonal 3
Opacity 48
Blur 4

Open template/hit shiftD to duplicate/close the orginal/delete credit layer.

Highlight raster 1 layer/flood fill white.

Highlight raster 7 layer/right click/arrange/move down/selections/select all/float/defloat/paste paper 2 into selection(edit)/deselect.

Repeat with raster layer 2 using paper 4/right click/merge/merge down/image/free rotate to the right 90 degrees/rotate raster 7 layer also.

Make sure raster 2 is highlighted/selections/select all/float/defloat/paste tube as a new layer/position/selections/invert/delete/dropshadow/right click on raster 7 layer(frame)/merge/merge down to paper layer/apply dropshadow/resize 7%.

Highlight and click on raster 4 layer with your magicwand/paste paper 2 into selection(edit)/deselect.

Repeat with raster 5 and 6 using same paper.

Repeat on raster 3 layer using paper 1.

Right click on raster 6 layer/merge/merge down to raster 4/resize 12%/same dropshadow we last used/position.

Paste vector flower 4 below raster 1 layer/resize 20%/layers/duplicate 3 times/position/dropshadow.

Paste heart frame/layers/duplicate/position/dropshadow.

Paste heart chair 4/resize 50%/position/dropshadow.

Repeat with bow 5.

Paste butterfly 4/resize 60%/layers/duplicate/position both layers/dropshadow.

Add copyrights.

Add name.

Layers/merge/merge visible.

Resize all layers 15%.

Save.
Hope you enjoyed my tut,would love to see your results and show it off in my gallery :)

Email me here

Hugs,Mary

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