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22 January 2012
1:04 AM | Posted by Fiona Devil | | Edit Post
You will need:
Paint Shop Pro. I used PSPXI but any version will work just as well.
Tube of choice. I am using the fabulous artwork of Ismael Rac, you will need a license to use his artwork. Please do not use his artwork without one. You can purchase his tubes from HERE.
You can use a scrap kit if you like, but you dont need to. I used a kit from Foxys Designz called Whisper of Passion. Thank you Foxy for allowing me to use your gorgeous kit. You can purchase the kit from HERE.
Filters Used: Filters Unlimited 2.0 - Distortion filters - Twister, Gaussian Blur, Andrew's Filters1 - Circular Noise, MuRa's Meister - Copies.
Font of choice. I used Caesar Open. You can get it HERE.
First off open a blank canvas 550 x 200 you can either make it transparent or any colour you like.
Open your tube and copy and paste to your canvas. Edit - Copy.
Open your new tag background and Edit - Paste as a New Layer.
Copy this layer. Layers - Duplicate. Move one of then tube layers to the right of your tag. Hide this layer.
Select your other copy of the tube and go to your filters and apply MuRa's Meister Copies with the following settings.
Now we need to blur the copies image. Go to Adjust - Blur - Gaussian Blur with the following settings. Unhide your tube layer and position where you think it looks best. I left mine to the right of the tag.
Once you have your image blured, go to Edit - Plugins - in your list of filters select Filters Unlimited 2.0 - Select Distortion Filters - Twister, with the default settings as seen below.
Select your move tool and move the image around till you have the desired image in the centre of your tag. Once you have it as you desire. Go to Effects - Plugins - Andrew's Filters1 - Circular Noise. This is what you should now see.
Now add your elements if you desire. I used a flower and some rose petals for effect. I changed the colour of the flower petals to a colour that was complimentary to the tube. Adjust - Hue & Saturation - Colourise with the following settings. This will vary with the different coloured tube or background you have of course.
Apply a drop shadow to the tube with the settings as below.
You can copy your tube or use another one and paste to your tag. Mirror the image if you are using the same tube. Image - Mirror. With this image selected, reduce the Opacity to 50% and change the Blend Mode to Luminance (Legacy).
Add the copyright © information so that it is clear and easy to read.
Now add your name to your tag and save as a JPG or PNG. Apply a filter effect if you desire or just a drop shadow to the name.
Once your name is on your tag, add a small border to it. Image - Add Borders. With the following settings.
You are now finished making your tag.
I hope you enjoyed my tutorial. I would love to see your results.
You can email me HERE with your results.
Thank you for trying my tutorial.
This tutorial was written by me on 22nd January 2012.
Any resemblance to other tutorials is purely coincidental.
Do not claim this tutorial as yours and do not post anywhere else. Please direct others to my blog.