April 10, 2014

White Lily

PTU/CT tag I made for Ishika Chowdhury.


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 blog ONLY.
This tutorial was 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 would like to remind you to save frequently. This is in case your program closes on you as mine is known to do. J  I save as a .psd file. This keeps your elements in layers instead of merging everything the way a .png file does. I also I do not say copy and paste your element onto your canvas. In photoshop, it is possible to drag and drop. 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.

Supplies needed:
The tube I’m using is White Lily by Ishika Chowdhury. You can find where to buy it here. Remember, you cannot use any tubes without a license.

Pretty In Pink PTU scrap kit by Alexis’s Graphic Palace. You can find where to get it here, here or here.

Mask: Feathered mask made by me. You can get it here.

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

Okay, let’s get started.

Open a canvas 500x500.

Create your mask using paper 7. Place in the center of your canvas or to your liking.

Frame9: Reduce to these settings. Height - 93.5%. Width – 103.3%. Place in the center of your canvas towards the bottom. Add a drop shadow.

E63: Reduce 40.1%. Rotate –28.1. Place toward the top left of your canvas, to your liking. Add a drop shadow.

E67: Flip horizontally. Reduce 71.5%. Place in the top right corner of your canvas. Duplicate.

E58: Reduce 44.3%. Place on the top left of your frame. Add a drop shadow.

E57: Reduce 75.7%. Rotate 24.1. Place across the top of your frame and over the ribbon. Duplicate and place in the middle of the frame. Duplicate again and place towards the bottom of your frame. It will be slightly off the canvas at the bottom.

Open your tube. Place it to your liking over the frame. You will need to erase the excess of the tube. The object is to have your tube look like it’s coming out of the frame at the top but the bottom is still inside the frame. Once you have it to your liking. Add a drop shadow.

E14: Flip horizontally. Reduce 32.4%. Rotate 8.9. Place at the bottom left of your frame. Add a drop shadow.

E20: Reduce 32.6%. Rotate –74.0. Add a drop shadow. Place on the right side of your frame. Add a drop shadow. Duplicate and place slightly lower.

E26: Reduce 38.7%. Place over the flowers on the right of your frame.

E78: Reduce 79.8%. Rotate –2.1. Place across the bottom of your frame. Add a drop shadow.

E48: Reduce 43.2%. Place as if it’s hanging off the edge of the frame on the right side. Add a drop shadow.

E57: Reduce 75.6%. Place across the bottom of your frame.

E19: Reduce 35.9%. Place over the ribbon at the top left of your canvas to your liking. Add a drop shadow.

Type the name. Size 48 points. Color D276AB.
Open your Blending Options.
Check Drop Shadow -
Blend Mode: Normal Color FFFFFF.
Angle – 120
Distance – 5
Spread – 7
Size – 8
Check Outer Glow using the default settings.
Check Inner Glow using the default settings.
Check Bevel and Emboss:
Structure uses the default settings.
Shading: Angle –39
Attitude: 39
Highlight mode: Screen, Color FFFFFF, Opacity 75%.
Shadow Mode: Color Burn, Color 000000, Opacity 75%
Check Stroke size 2 Color is 2B0120. Place the name in the center of your canvas towards the bottom.

Add your license and your watermark. Delete the white background if you used one, save as a .png and you are done.

I hope this tutorial was easy to follow. Again, you do not have to follow this step by step. Add your own touch to it.

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