Tuesday, February 17, 2009

♥ On Film ♥

Click the tag to preview at full size. This tutorial was written by Marta on February 16, 2009. Any resemblance to any other tutorial is coincidental. Do not copy and paste this tutorial elsewhere on the net. Absolutely NO Scripting and/or translating of this tutorial.

For this tutorial you will need:

Tubes of choice
Font of choice (I used 101! Star Lit Nght)
Film Strips - I have no idea where I got these, so unfortunately I can't supply.
ScrapKit *My Way* by Vassia of Vassia's Designs.
You can purchase it HERE.

I am using the artwork of PinUpToons, you can find his licensed art at CILM.

Let's get started:

Open a new image 550x400 and background set to white. Copy & paste stampframe3 as a new layer. Copy & paste paper19 as a new layer and move behind the frame layer. Copy & paste your tubes as new layers. On the tubes that are on frame 1 and 3, Adjust/Hue and Saturation/Colorize/Set to H/136, S/85. Change the blend mode to Screen and lower opacity to where you like. Add drop shadow to frame and all tube layers. Using your Magic Wand, click inside each frame, Selections/Modify/Expand by 4/Selections/Invert and hit Delete on the paper and tube layers. Merge.

Copy & paste doodle2 and doodle3 as a new layer. Position to each side of the frame. Merge these 2 layers. Add drop shadow. Duplicate. Image/Mirror/Image/Flip. Merge the doodle layers.

Copy & paste staplenote1 as a new layer. Add drop shadow. Duplicate. Working on the original layer, Image/Rotate/Right 13 degrees. Move these layers under the frame layer and position to your liking.

Copy & paste laceribbon1 as a new layer. Resize as needed and place at the bottom of the frame. Copy & paste bow1 as a new layer and place at the middle of the laceribbon. Add drop shadow to both layers.

Add any additional ribbons, buttons, flowers, butterflies, stars, staples, or elements of your choice.

Crop or resize to your liking. Add your text, copyright info, and watermark, and save as a jpg, png, or gif file.

That's it.. all done!

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