Thursday, February 10, 2011

Death Of A Heart

Death Of A Heart

This tutorial was written
by Sarah Fiack on
February 10,2010
Any resemblance to another
tutorial is purely coincidental.
For this tutorial, I’m using
The art of Tatjana Willms
You can purchase her artwork at

Tube of choice.
Scrap of choice.
I’m using one by Gothic Inspirirations
Called Denim Love
It is a PTU kit.
Wordart by me

Open a 600x600 new image.
Open your tube & scrap supplies.

Open a frame of choice.
Resize 75%
Paste as a new layer.

Select inside the frame with
either your magic wand or
selection tool set to rectangle.

Paste a paper of choice as
new layer. Selections invert
& press delete.
Move paper under frame.

Paste your first tube as new layer
between paper & frame layers.
I used the tube layer where she is in the
pool of blood
Arrange the tube as wanted & press delete.
Select none.

Now for the second tube, you want just
the person from the first tube.
select that layer & paste as a
new layer. Resize 90% & position
over the first tube. I have mine set
like she is crawling out of the frame.

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

Open a ribbon.
Resize 80%
Arrange along the bottom of the frame.
In the layer palette, move this layer just under
the 2nd tube layer.

Open a candle element.
Resize 25%
Paste by a bottom corner of the frame.
Repeat this with a teddy bear element
& paste on the opposite corner of the candle.

Open a metal twig.
Resize 85%
Paste as new layer & arrange near bottom of frame.
Move in layer palette so that this layer is under
your 2nd tube layer.
Duplicate once & mirror.

Open a background type element
Resize 80%
Free Rotate 90 either direction is fine.
Paste this on the bottom layer.
Resize all layers 88%

Open wordart that I provided
or choose another one.
Resize 68%

Selections select all
float defloat
Paste paper of choice as new layer.
Selections invert & press delete.
Select none.

Copy merged onto your tag image.
Add a drop shadow.

Merge all layers visible
Add copyright info & name.
Save as jpeg or png.
Thanks for trying my tutorial.

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