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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

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- Any version should work Adorable PTU kit from Creative Intentionz called Autumn Romance HERE Tube of choice. I am using pinuptoons. You must have a license to use them. You can get them HERE Font- Showguide Let's begin! -File>New 500x500 pixels. -Open wagon wheel 3. Layer>Scale Layer 75%. Move towards the top middle. Filters>Light & Shadow>Drop Shadow of 2, 2, 2, black, 50. -Open hay bale 2. Scale 75%. Move to the bottom of the wagon wheel. -Open hay bale 1. Scale 60%. Move this layer below hay bale 1 in your layer box. Place to the left of the other hay bale. Right click this layer in the layer box and choose layer to image size. Layer>Duplicate Layer. Select your flip tool and click the canvas to flip your duplicte to the other side. -Open fern 2. Move this layer below hay bale 1 in the layer box. -Open wagon wheel 1. Scale 50%. Move this layer above the white wagon wheel in the layer box. Place to the bottom left of the white wheel. I had some of the brown wheel sticking out below the hay so I erased it. repeat drop shadow. Open wagon wheel 2 and repeat above. -Open tube. Make the top layer. Scale 70%. Repeat drop shadow. Duplicate. Filters>Blur>Gaussian Blur on default. Change the mode (top of layer box) to soft light. Lower the opacity (top of layer box) to 50. Other Elements: Add a drop shadow of 2, 2, 2, black, 50 to all element layers unless otherwse stated. See my tag for placement. pumpkin 2 ladder leaf 3 leaf 1 mushroom 2 leaf 2- flip knot 3 hearts 3- no drop shadow butterfly 3- rotate -20 no drop shadow butterfly 5 rotate 20 no drop shadow butterfly 1 no drop shadow sun -Add your name and copyright. All done! I hope you enjoyed my tut!


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