Sunday, March 12, 2017

PTU Gypsy Woman

This tut was written March 12th,  2017 for those with a basic knowledge of psp.
I am using the awesome artwork of  Alex Prihodko.
Tube is called "Gypsy" she is an Exclusive at PFD
You need a license to use this art work. Please do not use without a license.
 You can find this art at PFD store  HERE

Supplies Needed
I used PSPX...but any of them should work.
PTU Scrap kit Bohemian Rhapsody by Irish Princess Designs  HERE
This kit is so Beautiful.
You can also find this kit at one of these stores HERE, HERE, HERE
Mask 0197 by Sophisticat Simone  HERE
Check out the rest of the blog HERE

Font of Choice, I used Gypsy Brush

Drop shadow is usually V-2 H-2 Black, 50, 5, use what you prefer.
Let's get started
*Remember to add your drop shadow as you go along*

Open a new image 800 x 800, paste paper 20, apply your mask, delete, merge group.

Paste element 84, resize to 85%, paste more to the left.

Resize your tube to 40%, paste on the right.

Resize element 31 to 80%, paste on the right behind the tube layer.
Resize element 15 to 95%, paste at the top on the mask layer.
Resize element 17 to 20%, paste at the bottom on the tube layer, duplicate
move over more.

Resize element 55 to 40%, paste on the right side of the tube at the bottom.
Resize element 1 to 40%, free rotate to the left at 90 degrees, place at the bottom
under the flowers, duplicate, mirror, duplicate again move back to the center more.
Resize element 32 to 40%, free rotate to the left at 15 degrees, paste on
the left below the one flower.

Resize element 18 to 50%, paste on the right at the bottom above the
chair and umbrella layer.

Resize element 21 to 25%, paste on the left below the feather layer.
Resize element 54 to 35%, paste on the left below the bottle.

Resize element 2 to 25%, paste on the wagon on the upper left, sharpen once.
Resize element 9 to 25%, paste on the wagon at the top.
Paste element 36 above the flower layer that is at the top, move to the left.
Resize element 82 to 20%, paste at the lower left by the bottle.

Add any other elements you would like to add.

Crop your tag to be sure no stray shadows are on the edges of your tag.
Once happy with it all, close off any backgrounds, merge visible.
Resize first, then add your copyrights and name.

That's it
Hope you enjoyed doing my tut.

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