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Monday, September 17, 2012

PTU Tut- It's Complicated

This tutorial is of my own creation and any resemblance to any other tuts is purely coincidental. This tutorial is for personal use only, using it for monetary gain is against our TOU's

Supplies:
Gimp or program of choice
PTU kit Complicated from Sweet Cravings Scraps
Tube of choice. I am using the art of Roman Zaric. You must have a license to use these tubes. You can purchase them HERE
Template 418 from Divine Intentionz
Mask 84 from weescotslass
Fonts- Seedy Motel & Sick Capital Vice


-Open template. Delete credits. Image>Scale Image 450x318 px. Image>Canvas Size 600x600 px and click center.
-Let's add papers to the template layers. Make the template layer active (see below). Right click template layer in layer box and choose alpha to selection. Open paper (see below). Right click paper layer in layer box and choose add alpha channel. Select>Invert. Press delete on your keyboard. Select>None. Filters>Light & Shadow>Drop Shadow 2, 2, 5, black, 80. Delete the original template layer. Here are the template layers and which papers I used:
thin rectangle 2- paper 10
thin rectangle 1- paper 11
diamond- paper 5
circle left- paper 3
circle right- paper 12
square 2 right- paper 8
square 2 left- paper 9
square center- paper 7
rectangle- paper 4
square right & square left- paper 1
-Open frame 5. Make the top layer. Layer>Scale Layer 40%. Select the rotate tool and click canvas. In the angle box put -15. Place frame in center of tag. Select the magic wand and click inside the frame. Select>grow 5. Open tube. Make the top layer. Scale 55%. Place on frame. Layer>Duplicate Layer. Move duplicate tube below the frame layer. Invert & delete. Select none. Make the original tube active. Repeat drop shadow. Layer>Merge Down (to merge tube with drop shadow). Select the eraser tool. Erase the bottom of tube so it looks like she is sticking outside the frame. Repeat drop shadow on frame.
-Make the top layer active. Select the text tool. Font: Seedy Motel, size: 40, foreground color: black. Click canvas and type 'It's Complicated'. Place tect to the botton left of tag. Alpha to selection. Grow 1. Layer>New Layer. Move new layer below text layer. Change foreground to white. Select the bucket fill tool and fill selection. Grow 2. New layer. Move new layer below white bucket filled layer. Bucket fill with 861213. Select none. Filters>Noise>RGB Noise. Change all sliders (except alpha) to 0.50. Add drop shadow of 0, 0, 10, black, 100.
Elements:
chain arrow 1
chain arrow 2 - flip
fractual 2
moon
dice
cauldron of skulls - rotate -10
butterfly 1
grass 1
metal skull 1
frame 2
-Open paper 7. Make the bottom layer. Apply mask. Click HERE to learn how to use masks in Gimp.
-Add name with Sick Capital Vice font. Also add copyright and you're done!



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