Sunday, November 28, 2010

Pierced Music



Pierced Music


This tutorial was written
by Sarah Fiack on
November 27, 2010
Any resemblance to another
tutorial is purely coincidental.
For this tutorial, I’m using
The art of Ted Hammond
You can purchase hisartwork at
Cilm


Supplies:
Tube of choice.
Scrap of choice.
I’m using one by Krissys Scraps
Called Musique Seduisante
It is a PTU kit.
Scrap

Open a new image 600x600.
Open tube and scrap of choice.

Open either a comedy or tragedy mask.
Resize 40%
Paste as a new layer.
Effects plug ins
muras meister copies
Resize 115%

Click inside frame with magic wand.
Selections modify expand 10
Paste paper as new layer.
Selections invert & press delete.
Move paper under frame.

Paste your tube of choice
between paper & frame.
Duplicate once
Move to top in layer palette.

Back on the original tube layer,
press delete.
Select none.

On the copy tube layer,
erase the parts showing on
or past the bottom of the frame.

Add a drop shadow to the bottom tube
layer & the frame.
2,2,50,5 Black.

Open the piano keys.
Resize 50%
Paste by bottom of frame on one side.
Duplicate once & mirror.
Move the two layers to bottom in layer palette.

Open a leaf element.
Resize 50%
Paste on one side just above the piano keys.
Duplicate twice.
Move one copy up above the first leaf.
Mirror the other leaf & duplicate it once.
You want two leaves on either side of frame.

Choose two music notes.
Resize each one 50%
Paste one each on a piano keys.
Drop shadow both the notes.

Open a flower.
Resize 40%
Paste at the bottom of the frame
& piano keys.
Duplicate once & mirror.

Open a cat tube.
Resize 50%
Paste between the two flowers.
Add a drop shadow.

Open gloves.
Paste as new layer.
In layer palette,
arrange below the flower layer.
Arrange on tag to be laying under the flowers.
Add a drop shadow.

Add wordart or saying of choice
to fit your tag.
Add a drop shadow.

Merge layers visible.
Resize 88%
Add copyright info & name to tag.
Save as jpeg or png.
Thanks for trying my tutorial.

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