July 19, 2013

Tropical Fun

CT/PTU tutorial using Alexis's Graphics Palace Kit Tropical Paradise.

The creation of this tutorial is my own. Any resemblance to any other tutorial is strictly a coincidence.
Do not copy this tutorial or claim it as your own. If you would like to share it, please share the link to the site this is posted on ONLY.
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.

Supplies needed:
Alexis’s Graphics Palace scrap kit Tropical Paradise. You can find where to buy it here.

The tube I’m using is Aylar from Zlata M. You can get it here at The PSP Project.
Remember, you cannot use any tubes without a license.

Mask: Feathered Mask made by me. You can download it here. Leave some love if you download it please.

Font used is Alex Brush. You can use any font you want though.

Open a canvas 600x600

Create your mask using paper 13. Place on the center of your canvas.

Open Frame 4. Reduce to 78.7%. Rotate to 15. Add a drop shadow and place in the center of your canvas.

Open your tube placing it slightly off center on the left of the canvas. Add a drop shadow.

Open element 13. Place in the center of your canvas behind the tube.

Open element 80. Enlarge it to these dimensions.
Width =106.4 Height = 103.4. Place in the center of your canvas behind the frame and lower the opacity to 37%.

Open element 12. Reduce to 64.7%. Rotate -28.1. Place towards the left side of your canvas behind element 80. Make sure it’s behind your tube.

Open element 70. Reduce 42.9%. Place on the left side of your canvas in the middle. Add a drop shadow.

Duplicate and place behind the tube mid-center of your canvas.

Open element 46. Reduce 30.8%. Rotate -64.5. Place towards the lower left side of your canvas. Duplicate and add a drop shadow to the bottom layer only.

Open element 05. Reduce 34.5%. Open your Blending Options and add an outer glow using the default settings. Place it on the upper left hand corner of your canvas.

Open element 11. Reduce 60%. Rotate 2.3. Place behind the knee of the tube, in front of the frame. Add a drop shadow.

Open element 35. Place in front of the tree. Add a drop shadow.

Open element 13. Reduce 23%. Place at the bottom of your canvas towards the right. Add a drop shadow.

 Open element 56. Reduce 27%. Place on the lower left hand corner of your canvas. Add a drop shadow.

Open element 43. Reduce 34.7%. Place on the right side of element 56. Add a drop shadow.

Open element 32. Reduce 45.0%. Place on lower right hand side of you canvas. Add a drop shadow.

Open element 72. Reduce 23.9%. Place over element 13 slightly to the right side of it. Add a drop shadow.

Open element 10. Reduce 25.5%. Place at the top of the umbrella. Add a drop shadow.

Duplicate element 10. Rotate 37.2 and place it on the right hand side of your canvas between the umbrella and tree. Add a drop shadow.

Open element 15. Reduce 62.1%. Place midway on the right side of your canvas. Add a drop shadow.

Now open up element 73. Using your Rectangular Marquee tool, select 1 fish, drag and drop it onto your canvas. Make sure you place it UNDER element 80 (bubbles) Reduce enough so the fish looks like it’s inside a bubble. Do this 5 more times, selecting different fish and place them inside the bubbles.

Add your font using this setting for the color. D043A1.
Open your Blending Options. Add drop shadow using the default settings. Apply Inner Glow, using default settings. Apply a stroke at size 2 with these settings for the color, 8F185A. Place at the top right of your canvas.


Add your license and your watermark.

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