Thursday, October 3, 2013

Bewitched
By: Kimmy
 
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This tutorial is my own creation any resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental, my tutorials are for personal use only, you must have a working knowledge of psp
 
Supplied needed
Scrap kit called Hocus Pocus by dnscraps
You can purchase this kit at Scrappin Dollars Here
Vix Mask
we are using her Halloween 0905 and big mask 001
you can download from here and here 
Tube of choice, I am using the awesome work of Amy Matthews
you can purchase her work from CDO here
visit her site www.cartoonpink.com
Font of choice
 
Let's begin
open an 800x600 blank canvas
 
click on your preshape tool set on rectangle
line width 15
foreground color black and background color is null
draw out a medium size rectangle
place in center of canvas, and convert to raster layer
go to selections-select all- float and defloat
open paper 6, copy and paste into selection and select none
grab your magic wand tolerance and feather both set to 0
click inside the frame you just created
go to selections-modify-expand
set expand on 4 and click ok
add a new raster layer
open paper 1 copy and paste into selections
select none move this paper below your frame layer
on top frame layer give it a drop shadow
-1,-1,59, 12.00
 
now make your foreground color null and your background color black
click on your preshape tool set on eclipse
draw out a small circle and convert to raster layer
move below your paper layer but above background layer
place at top left of tag
go to selections-select all-float and defloat
open paper 10 and copy and paste into selection
select none and drop shadow
duplicate circle
image-flip and mirror
 
now make your frame layer active
grab your magic wand and click inside your frame again
expand by 10
open spider web from the kit
copy and paste as new layer
go to selections-invert and hit delete on your keyboard
move below your frame layer
go back to the spider web from the kit
use your selection tool to select the spider
copy and paste as new layer and place to your liking
 
open your tube of choice
resize if needed
copy and paste as new layer and give it the same drop shadow
 
open the broom from the kit
resize 70 percent and sharpen
copy and paste as new layer
mirror it and place on right side of tag and drop shadow
 
open kitty cat 2 from the kit
resize 40 percent and sharpen
copy and paste as new layer below your broom layer
give it a drop shadow
 
open one of the cauldrons from the kit
resize 45 percent and sharpen
copy and paste as new layer
place and drop shadow
 
open spell book 2 from the kit
resize 60 percent and sharpen
copy and paste as new layer on left side of tag
and drop shadow
 
open the vile from the kit
resize 45 percent and sharpen
copy and paste as new layer
place and drop shadow
 
open the oujia board from the kit
resize 40 percent and sharpen
mirror it and place and drop shadow
 
open the owl from the kit
resize 30 percent and sharpen
copy and paste as new layer
place and drop shadow
 
make your background layer active
add new raster layer
selections-select all
open paper 4 from the kit
copy and paste into selection and select none
open vix big mask 001
go to layers-new mask layer from image
find the mask in the drop down box click ok
go to layers-merge-merge group
 
add a new raster layer above this mask layer
floodfill with the color black
apply vix Halloween 0905 mask just as we did above
merge group and resize by 90 percent
I used my eraser tool to erase the parts of the mask I did not want showing
I basically just wanted bats to show at top this is entirely up to you
 
open the tree from the kit
resize 75 percent and sharpen
copy and paste as new layer above top mask layer
move over to the left of your tag
duplicate and mirror and move down to the right of your tag
 
choose a font to add your name
I used wizards magic
add your name, duplicate it and on bottom name
add Gaussian blur 15.00
on top name layer give it the same drop shadow we been using
but change the color to white
 
add your artist copyright, resize and save
 


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