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Needing:
 1 tube, 3 misted tubes, 1 mask, 1 word-art,  made by me.
1 tube unknown


Before you begins.......
Open the tubes and the word-art in PSP.
Set the mask in the folder masks.

Material



Indian Village

 

 

 

 

1.
File - open new transparent image 700x550.
Set in the material palette the foreground color on #3b483a and the background color on #b6af9d.
Make from the foreground a gradient radial - with this setting.

2.
Activate flood fill tool - fill the layer with the gradient.
Adjust - blur - Gaussian blur - radius 20.

3.
Layers - new raster layer.
Fill the layer with the foreground color.
Layers - load/save mask - load mask from disk - look Emmymask11 - with this setting.

Layers - merge - merge group.

4.
Layers - duplicate.
Image - flip.
Layers - merge - merge down.
Effects - 3D Effects - drop shadow -
with this setting.

5.
Activate selection tool - custom selection -
with this setting.

Click on the delete key.
Selections - modify - select selected borders -
with this setting.

6.
Layers - new raster layer.
Fill the selection with the foreground color.
Effects - 3D Effects - Inner bevel -
with this setting.

Image - add borders 9 pixels - symmetric - color black.

7.
Activate the magic wand - with setting below - select the black border.

Fill the selection with thee foreground color.
Effects - 3D Effects - drop shadow - with this setting.

Selections - select none.

8.
Image - add borders 50 pixels - symmetric - background color.
Select the border with the magic wand - setting is right.
Fill the selection with the gradient.
Selections - select none.

9.
Image - add borders 9 pixels - symmetric - color black.
Select the border with the magic wand - setting is right.
Fill the selection with thee foreground color.
Effects - 3D Effects - drop shadow - setting is right.
Selections - select none.

10.
Activate the misted tube indianboat - edit - copy.
Edit - paste as a new layer on the image.
Effects - Image effects - offset -
with this setting.

11.
Activate the misted tube indiantent -
edit - copy.
Edit - paste as a new layer on the image
.
Activate move tool - place the tube against the top side - see example.

12.
Activate misted tube cactus -
edit - copy.
Edit - paste as a new layer on the image
.
Effects - Image effects - offset - with this setting.

Set in the layer palette the opacity to 65.

13.
Activate selection tool - costum -
with this setting.

Layers - new raster layer.
Fill the selection with the gradient.
Adjust - blur - Gaussian blur - radius 20.
Selections - modify - select selected borders -
with this setting.

14.
Layers - new raster layer.
Fill the selection with the foreground color.
Effects - 3D Effects - drop shadow - setting is right.
Selections - select none.
Layers - merge - merge down.

15.
Activate word-art-indianvillage -
edit - copy.
Edit - paste as a new layer on the image
.
Place this in the middle of the little rectangle - see example.
Effects - 3D Effects - drop shadow - setting is right.

16.
Activate the tube micindiaan -
edit - copy.
Edit - paste as a new layer on the image
.
Place this to the left side - see example.
Effects - 3D Effects - drop Shadow - setting is right - change only the color in black.

17.
Activate the tube vaasenkan -
edit - copy.
Edit - paste as a new layer on the image
.
Place this at the bottom right.
Effects - 3D Effects - drop shadows - setting is right.

18.
Layers - new raster layer - put your watermark into the image.
Layers - merge - merge all.

19.
Image - resize 85% - all layers checked.
File - export - JPEG Optimizer.


 

Ready is the tag
I hope you like this tutorial.
greetings Emmy

 

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 tutorial written 07-08-2013