Monday, September 26, 2011

Crime Scene

 


Crime Scene


This tutorial was created by Rapsody on September 26, 2011.
Any similarity to any other tutorial are purely a coincidence.
You may share this tut but please share the only the link, thank you
I am using PSP 12 but any version should work!

We are using the amazing art of Steven James Scott  You must have a license to use this tube. Steven's tubes can purchased at UpYourArt
Elements included created my me, Rapsody, download HERE
(The twinkle is provided, if this is yours or you know who's it please advise so I may give credit) 

Font used is CAC Shishoni you can find it HERE

Okay, let’s get started!
*Open a canvas 600 x600 (we will resize later)
*Paste heart as a new layer.
Paste crime scene tape as a new layer and move down.

*Add tube, mirror, resize 85% place in desired location, use my tag as reference..
*Merge visible, select all, float, crop to selection.
delete bottom layer flood fill white if animating.

*Add Caution, duplicate.
*Go to bottom “Caution” add Eye Candy Gradient Glow yellow at 3, then X out.
*Add Copyright information.
*Add Name.
*If you want to save as a png, x out white layer,
add name using black and yellow from tag and save.
***If you want to animate please continue.***
*Open the white background, select all, copy past to animation.
*Return to PSP, open the gradient glow layer, copy merged, paste before current frame in Animation shop.
To add the twinkles, you will need to select the all of the tag, copy and paste before animation so your frames will equal 16.
*Next open the twinkle animation provided, click on the first frame, select all, copy.
*Go to the first frame on the tag, click edit, select all, proprgrate, paste into selection on the upper left.  You will need to do this many times to get the effect you are happy with.

*Save and you are done!
Now, that’s Easy Peasy!!!
Thank you for visiting and doing this tutorial, I hope you found it enjoyable. I would love to see your results and I welcome any suggestions at CustomerService@UpYourArt.com

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