Thursday, 15 January 2009

Ocean Queen Tutorial

New Tutorial

Hi All

Hope everyone is doing ok.

I finally seem to be on the mend... Yea!!!

I'm finally creating properly and have done a new tag with tutorial today

Here is the tag OCEAN QUEEN

Tag if you would like it available here

Please do not alter or change the tag

do not share through groups

Please note my requests to the right of my blog

thank you

Hugs Michelle

Here is one with added Sparklies etc

and Here is the Tutorial

Thanks for looking and Giving it a try

Ocean Queen

This tutorial was written by Michelle Mills on 15th January 2009. Any resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental. I claim all rights to this tutorial. Your results of this tutorial you are free to do with as you wish.

This tutorial assumes you have a working knowledge of Paint shop Pro.

The results of this tutorial were done in Paint shop Pro Ultimate x2.

Hugs Michelle


Tubes of Choice or ones I have supplied here

get misted scenic 56 here

Font of choice I used Black Chancery

Imagination... A definite must

Open a new 600x600 transparent image

Choose two colours from your main tube I have used foreground #bc3883

And background as #44a96f

Flood fill your image with background colour

Copy and paste as new layer sea spray and move to the left and down

See image below for approximate placement

Duplicate Sea spray layer and then mirror

Change Blend mode of both sea spray layers to luminance legacy

Copy and paste as new layer misted scenic 56 and change blend mode to Overlay

Copy and paste Whale in moonlight as new layer and move to the left change Blend mode to Luminance Legacy

Now move the Whale in moonlight layer to down should be above raster 1 our background colour

See image below for placement

Now make sure we are at the top layer and copy and paste as new layer Depp image and move to the right Change opacity to 50 and blend mode to soft light

Copy and paste as new layer Sea Goddess and then move to between the rocks

See image below for approximate placement I've closed off all other images to show approximate location adjust your image accordingly

Add a drop shadow V&H 15, Opacity 50, Blur 15, Colour Black

Right then we have our basic Tag

Let’s add our borders

Image add border and choose white 2 px

With magic wand replace, RGB value, Tolerance 0, feather 0 and anti-alias checked select our border

Flood fill with our background colour, keep selected

Effects>3d>Cut-out V&H 2, Opacity 50, Blur 5, Colour Black, select none

Image add borders 2px and use background colour

Image add borders 1px and use black

Image add borders 4px and use background colour

Image add borders 25px colour white

Use magic wand to select border and flood fill with background colour, Keep selected

Effect>Reflection Effects>Kaleidoscope with the following settings

Image add borders 4px colour white

Use magic wand to select border and flood fill with background colour, keep selected

Add drop shadow with V&H 1, Opacity 50, blur 1, colour black

Repeat drop shadow with V&H -1, select none

Image add border 1px colour black

And image add borders 2px colour background

Add your water mark and any text and copyright information your done

Resize your image, adjust sharpness and save you’re done

Hope you have enjoyed this tutorial

Hugs Michelle

Hi all

It appears that Mediafire is still having problems with some of my images and downloads

so for those that were not able to get the full downloads for Ocean Queen tutorial I have uploaded the depp image to 4shared.

can get it here

Hugs Michelle


Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Scrapbook Freebies Search List, under the Elements Only post on Jan. 15, 2009. Please, notice that I've changed my url(and blinkie). Thanks again and Happy New Year.

Anonymous said...

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