Saturday, April 3, 2010

Gothic Easter

Gothic Easter

This tutorial was written
by Sarah Fiack on
March 3, 2010
Any resemblance to another
tutorial is purely coincidental.
For this tutorial, I’m using
The art of Ismael Rac.

Tube of choice.
Scrap of choice.
I’m using one by Gothic Inspirirations
Called Darkside Of Easter.
It is a PTU kit.
Eye Candy 4000 (optional)

1) Open a 600x600 new image.
Select frame of choice.
Paste as new layer onto new image.
Add a drop shadow
2,2,50,5 black.

2) Select center of frame with magic wand.
Selections modify expand 4
Paste paper of choice as new layer.
Selections invert & press delete.
Move paper under frame.

3) Paste tube as new layer between paper & frame layers.
Duplicate tube once.
Move the top tube layer to top in layer palette.
Hide it.
On the original tube layer, press delete.

4) Paste a grass tube below the original tube layer.
Duplicate once.
Move the bottom grass layer
Up slightly.
Merge the 2 grass layers together & press delete.
Select none.

5) On the top tube layer,
Erase the parts of the tube which show past the frame.
Add drop shadow to the bottom tube layer.

6) Choose a flower tube.
Resize 50% or as needed.
Paste as new layer on bottom of tube.
Duplicate once & mirror.
Drop shadow the flowers.

7) Open a bird tube.
Resize 50% twice or as needed.
Paste as new layer by a flower.
Add a drop shadow.
Do the same with a bunny tube &
Position on the opposite flower.

8) Open a peeps tube.
Resize 50% once.
Paste as new layer onto tag by either
Rabbit or bird.
Duplicate once & mirror.
Drop shadow both.

9) Open 2 easter eggs.
Resize 50% twice & 75% once.
Paste as new layer.
Alternate between the two eggs.
Paste under the flowers but above them on frame.
2 eggs on each side.
Add drop shadows.

10) Open wordart of choice.
Resize 50% or as needed.
Paste as new layer on bottom of frame.
Apply Gradient glow if wanted.
Eye Candy 4000
Width 3
Add a drop shadow

11) Resize 88%.
Add copyright info & name.
Save as jpeg or png.
Thanks for trying my tutorial.

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