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Saturday, June 4, 2011

postheadericon Dominion-PTU

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***This tutorial is for advanced PSP users only- it is not intended for beginners***
Supplies Needed:
Tube of choice-I used a Keith Garvey-here
Scrapkit-I used  Dominion by Wicked Creationz Scraps-here
 Font of choice
 Mask- I used a awesome mask from Just Lil Ole Me-Here
Thank you Beth:)


 Open new canvas 600x600
White background-we will be deleting this later
Its just easier for me to work on
Paste frame 1 as new layer
Resize about 80% and center
Click inside the frame with magic wand
Expand by 2 and paste paper 3 as new layer
Hit delete and move paper under frame layer
Do not deselect yet
Paste close up of tube in frame
Adjust till you're happy and hit delete
Make sure the tube layer is between the frame and paper
You can now deselect all

Paste your full size tube and place it to the right of your frame

We will be working with the elements along the bottom of the frame
Moving left to right and resizing by 50% as we go
Chalice
Bottle of Dominion
Laced Heart
Devil cupcake
Paste tribal rose as new layer and resize by 50%
Paste on the left side of the frame
Paste bow as new layer and resize about 60% -place at the top
of the frame
Paste skullfly as new layer and resize about 30%
Paste it on top of the bow


Paste paper 7 as new layer and move to bottom of layers
Apply your mask and merge group
Don't forget to add all copyright information
Kit makers like to be acknowledged as well
Now grab your cropping tool
Crop any excess canvas we did not use

Now is when you will resize your canvas to as size 
you're comfortable with
Then you can go ahead and delete that white background layer 
so you can have a nice clear transparent background
Merge visible layers and you are finished.
Thank you for following my tutorial.

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