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This tutorial is written using Adobe Photoshop CS5 and is for those with a working knowledge of Photoshop. This tutorial can be adapted for anyone with a working knowledge of PSP.
Before we start, I will say drag and drop elements onto your canvas. In Photoshop it is possible to do this instead of having to copy and paste like you do in other programs. But if you are more comfortable copying and pasting, then by all means do what is easier for you. I also use a white background while I’m making my tag but I delete it when I am finished.
Pink Paradox Productions Steampunk Twilight scrap kit. You can find where to buy it here.
The tube I’m using is Jose Cano’s Exclusive Steampunk tube. You can get his tubes here at Scraps and The City. Remember, you cannot use any of tubes without a license.
Mask: melwdfwife Steampunk mask #1 get it here. Be sure to leave her thanks if you download her masks.
Font used is Cinderella. You can use any font you want though.
Open a canvas 600x600
Create your mask using paper 11 lowering your opacity to 80%. Place on your canvas to your liking.
Open element 26. Reduce width 71.9%, height 69.8% and rotate –9.9. Place in the center of your canvas on top of the mask.
Open your tube place in the center of your canvas. Add an outer glow and drop shadow using the default setting in your blending options.
Open element 113, reduce it to 62.8% and place it on behind the tube on the upper left of her face. Rotate –3.8 and add a drop shadow.
Open element 19, reduce it to 53.4%. Position over the leaf to your liking.
Open element 14, flip horizontally and vertically. Reduce it to 41.1%. Rotate –8.1 and place under your tube by her right hand. Add a drop shadow.
Open element 117. Reduce 35.5%. Place under your tubes shoulder. Add a drop shadow.
Open element 12. Flip horizontally and vertically. Reduce 38.6%. Rotate –5.4. Place under your tube. by her left elbow. Add a drop shadow.
Open element 93. Reduce 58.3%. Rotate 8.4. Add a drop shadow.
Open element 132. Flip horizontally. Reduce to 29.2%. Rotate –23.5. Add a drop shadow and place below the tubes head on the right side of the canvas.
Open element 40. Reduce 35.2% and place over the tube on the left side of the canvas by her skirt. Add a drop shadow.
Open element 32. Flip horizontally. Reduce 45.2%. Place opposite of element 40. Add a drop shadow.
Open element 116. Reduce 28%. Place in the center of your tube. Add a drop shadow.
Open element 114. Reduce 22.4%. Duplicate and place one the right side of element 116. Place the other on the left side. Add a drop shadow.
Open element 45. Reduce 33.4%. Place on the lower right side of your canvas. Add a drop shadow.
Open element 47. Reduce 28.7%. Place on top of the telescope, as if it’s sitting on it. Add a drop shadow.
Open element 86. Reduce 27.8%. Rotate -13.7. Place over the telescope on the lower right side of your canvas. Add a drop shadow.
Open element 16. Reduce 32%. Rotate 18.6. Place it towards the top of your canvas on the right side. Add a drop shadow.
Open element 44. Reduce 23%. Add a drop shadow. Place on the lower left side of your canvas and duplicate.
Open element 135. Rotate 49.0. Place across the center of your canvas.
Duplicate and flip horizontally placing it in the center of your canvas.
Now you’ll see that you have parts of the element on the tube. Erase some of the sparkles. I left a few on the tube.
Add your font. I used like an old gold color (D8981B). Open your blending options. (again, this is if you are using Photoshop) Use these settings.
Drop Shadow - Normal blend mode. Color F8BC4B.
Distance = 0
Spread = 29
Size = 20
Opacity = 75%
Angle = 120
Check Bevel and Emboss using the default settings. I also used a texture, Bubbles. It came with Photoshop.
Now check Stroke. Color 48241C, size 2.
Place the name on the top right of your canvas or wherever you want to put it.
Add your license and your watermark. Delete the white background if you used one and you’re done.