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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Creepy Hallow featuring All Hallows & Keith Garvey

This tutorial was written entirely by me, using PSP9, any resemblance to any other is purely coincidental.
This tutorial should work with any version of PSP.
This tutorial is written with the belief that you have a working knowledge of PSP, but is also suitable for beginners.

Materials you will need:

Scrap Kit of choice, I used All Hallows by Honored Scraps.
Tube of choice, I used the art of ©Keith Garvey which requires a license which may be purchased at his store here.
Mask of choice, I used NikMask27, and you may purchase it here.
Font of choice, I used  Sickness.

Xero - Radiance
EyeCandy 4000 - Gradient Glow

Let's begin.

Open a new image, 750x750
Copy and paste a paper from your kit into your image. 
Apply a mask and merge the group.
Using a close up of your tube apply Radiance with these settings:

 then Mistifier with theses:

 Duplicate and add a Gaussian blur of 4 change properties to overlay.
On both layers change the transparency to 24 or your choice.
On the original layer change the properties to Luminance (Legacy).

Begin placement of your elements adding Nostalgia as desired with these settings or those of your choice:

Add drop shadows and a gradient glow of choice to random elements. 
I used 5,5,60,14 and Gradient glow settings:


Re-size your elements as needed and use the deform tool to assist with placement when needed.
Use your erase tool for elements to suit your needs and to help blend them into the tag as you'd like it to be.
Alter transparency too so you can set a mood.
Place your main tube and add a drop shadow as well as the Radiance and Mistifier filters with the same settings as above. 
Duplicate twice. 
For the first copy of the tube (the middle tube layer) change the properties to Multiply and adjust the transparency to 50.
On the second copy of the tube layer (the top layer) add a Gaussian blur of four and change the properties to overlay.
 You will adjust transparency some  but it will vary depending on your vision I adjusted mine to 84.
Re-size add your copyright and your name.
Thank you for trying my tutorial.

Here are some EXTRAS.


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Hi, I'm Kaci. Nope not that Kaci, the other one. I am still fairly new to PSPing compared to some and I love it!! I want to continue to learn so I can get better and continue making my own scrap kits. I love to make new friends so stop by and visit my little corner over here.

I'm still learning to blog too, so be patient while I figure this out, and I'm learning to do blog layouts, lol. I'm happy to have a few followers and look forward to more.

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I also love to knit, crochet (not really good at that just yet), read, cook, bake and learn new things. Most of what I post will probably be PSP related, but Iwill occasionally vent here too. Please leave a comment let me know what you think or if you want me to try something for a freebie.

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