Friday, July 12, 2013

PTU - Twilight Steampunk 2

This tutorial is of my own creation. Any similarities to any other tutorial is purely coincidental.

SUPPLIES

Kit of choice:I am using the very awesome, very steampunk kit called Steampunk Twilight by Pink Paradox Productions. You can find all her great kits here.
Tube of choice: I am using the artwork of Myka Jelina. You must have a license to use this artwork.
Mask of choice: I am using mask 404 by Vix. You can download them here.
Animation of choice: I am using animation 237 by Simone from Scrappy Bit Of Fun. You can download here.
Font of choice: I am using Motion Picture
Template: I am using template 59 by Kandi Kissez. You can download here.
Eye Candy 4000 Gradient Glow Fat

ELEMENTS FROM KIT

2
31
43
48
90 - duplicate-mirror-flip
94
135

PAPERS FROM KIT

4
5
10
11
13
15
17

DOWNSIZE ELEMENTS TO YOUR LIKING
ADD YOUR DROP SHADOWS AS YOU GO

Let's Get Started

Open you template
Delete the credits, heart, wordart and small wording layers
Increase your canvas size 800x800
Flood fill white
Highlight black squares layer 
Selections Float Defloat
Open paper 7
C/P to workspace
Selections Invert
Hit delete
Delete template layer

Highlight light pink circles layer
Selections Float Defloat
Open paper 11
C/P to workspace
Selections Invert
Hit Delete
Selections None
Delete template layer

Highlight light pink rectangle
Open paper 13
C/P to workspace
Selections Invert
Hit delete
Delete template layer

Highlight black stripes
Selections Float Defloat
Open paper 17
C/P to workspace
Selections Invert
Hit Delete 
Selections None
Delete template layer

Highlight pink gradient strips
Selections Float Defloat
New raster layer
Flood fill with color of choice
Selections None
Delete template layer

Highlight dark pink squares
Selections Float Defloat
Open paper 4
C/P to workspace
Selections Invert
Hit delete
Selections None
Delete template layer

Highlight frame backs
Selections Float Defloat
New raster layer
Flood fill with color of choice
Selections None
Apply texture of choice
Delete template layer

Highlight white frames
Selections Float Defloat
New raster layer
Flood fill with color of choice
Selections None
*I applied eye candy 4000 gradient glow fat here*

Open your tube(a close up if you have it)
C/P to workspace
Drag tube layer above frame backs
Highlight frame backs
Selections Float Deflaot
Highlight tube
Selections Invert
Hit delete
Selections None
Change blend mode to Luminance Legacy

Open full view of your tube
C/P to workspace
Drag above all layers
Position into place
Add your drop shadow

Open your elements
C/P to workspace
Position into desired location.

Open paper 15
C/P to workspace
Drag below all layers
Apply mask


Crop/Resized your tag
Add your name
Add your copyright
And your done!!

If you do not wish to animate, save your tag.

Animation
 
Hide your name layer
Hide your mask layer & background layer
Merge visible. 
You can unhide all layers now
You should have 3 layers total now.

Highlight your background mask layer
Edit Copy Special Copy Merged

Take over to Animation Shop
Paste as new animation

Back to psp
Highlight the tube/elements layer
Edit Copy Special Copy Merged
Take over to Animation Shop
Paste as new animation

Back to PSP
Highlight your name layer
Edit Copy Special Copy Merged
Take over to animation shop
Paste as new animation

Open your animaton
Edit Select All

Now on your tag animation
You should have 3 seperate frames
On each frame you are going to duplicate till you have a total of 20 Frames for each pieces of the tag
Make sure you Select All on all 3 pieces 
On your animation
Right click and copy
View your animation

On your background tag
Right click and paste into selected frame
Position into desired location
When you have it where you like it, click. This will set in place.
On your elements/tube layer
Right click and copy

Now on your background/animated layer
Right click and paste into selected frame
 
Repeat same steps for your name layer
 
View your animation
If it's to your liking
Save your tag as a gif and your done.


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