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19 August 2011

Dark Vs Light

I wrote this tutorial for those who have a working knowlege of Paint Shop Pro for those with an intermediate level of understanding.

You Will Need:

Paint Shop Pro (PSP) - I used PSPXII but an earlier version will work just as well.

Gorgeous artwork by René Kunert.  Although you cannot purchase her art in a store, her art is available at her Forum which can be found HERE.  Tubes by René are only available as a gift after donating towards her forum.  You will need a licence for her artwork and this can be obtained from René when you receive your gift.

I used the fantastic Scrap kit by CBJ and can be purchased HERE

Font used was Brush Script Std, you can get it HERE

Lets Get Started:

First off open a new image 500 x 500 with a transparent background.

Then open the elements you wish to use in your tag.

I didnt use a mask for this tag as the elements used were enough.  I used the splatter as the base for my tag. Then placed the flowers on a 25% angle to the left.  Then I placed the leaves on the right side to offset the flowers on the other side.

I then placed the frame on my tag reduced by 60% applied a drop shadow of O2, H-2, O50, B2.

Once you have your tag how you like it, I copied Paper 15 onto the tag and placed behind the frame. Selected my Selection tool, Rectangle, Add, Anti-Alias on.  

Highlight the paper layer in your layers, draw out a rectangle just a little bigger than the inside of the frame and then select Selections - Invert - Delete.

Once you have the inside of your frame closed with the paper of your choice, take your tube and paste to the frame where you like.  I placed the tube under the frame and then used my eraser tool to carefully erase the layers that covered the frame elements on the tube.  Or you can duplicate your tube, placing one above the frame layer and one below and erase where you need to on the top layer so it looks perfect.

Once your tube is right, add a couple more elements to make your tag look complete.

Add your copyright © to your tag and then add your name.

Save your tag as either a PNG or JPG.

You are now finished making your tag.

I hope you enjoyed doing my tutorial.

This tutorial was written on 19 August 2011.

Any resemblance to another tutorial is purely coincidental.
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