Wild Wild West
This tutorial was written by me on the 4th February 2012, any resemblance to other tutorials is purely coincidental.
For this tutorial you will need:-
Paint Shop Pro I am using Psp9 but any version will work
Tube of Choice, In this preview I am using Ismael Rac which you can get HERE, please make sure you hold the appropriate license to use his art. For the preview below I am using Keith Garvey which you can get HERE, again please make sure you hold the appropriate license to use his art.
Scrapkit – I am using Lauries Scrapkit Wild Wild West which you can get HERE.
My supplies :- Template, and Animation, these I found over the Internet if they are your please email me so I can Copyright them to you.
You can get supplies HERE
Eye Candy 4 - Gradient Glow and Glass
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Ok lets begin :-
1. Open my template, Shift D and delete the original.
2. Highlight Splat layer, select all, float, defloat. Open paper 10 and copy paste as a new layer on the template, selections invert and delete. Delete the original.
3. Add gradient Glow with the following Settings
4. Add drop Shadow of 2, -2, 45, 5, this drop shadow is what we will be using throughout the tutorial so remember it.
5. Highlight the Horseshoes layer, add Gradient Glow as before and the same drop Shadow.
6. Open Paper 6 and copy, then highlight the rectangle layer, select all, float, defloat and paste the paper as a new layer invert and delete. Delete the original layer. Add drop shadow.
7. Open Paper 18 and copy, highlight the oval shape select all, float, defloat and paste the paper as a new layer, invert and delete. Do not delete the original yet we still need it.
8. With your magic wand click into the spaces on the oval shape till you have the marching ants, modify expand by 3, Open Paper 22. Copy and paste paper as a new layer invert and delete. Now delete the original oval shape. Move the paper underneath Paper 18. Then add drop shadow to Paper 18.
9. Open Paper 13 resize by 65% and copy, highlight the oval background and select all, float, defloat and paste the paper as a new layer, Invert delete. Keep selected and copy your tube into the selected area, delete the excess and de select. Delete the original layer and add drop shadow to your tube.
10. Keep the Oval frame as is as the effect is like rope but add
A drop shadow
11. Highlight your film frames and Add Eyecandy Glass at the
The settings below
12. With your magic wand click inside the film frames and
Expand by 3. Open Paper 21, resize by 85% copy and paste as a new layer invert and delete. Put this under the film frames then add a drop shadow to the frames.
13.Highlight the text background and add noise, I used 85%.
14. Highlight the Main text select all, float, defloat and flood fill with #e00409, the go to Texture effect, blinds as follows
15. Then texture effect blinds untick the horizontal
16. Open Element 24, resize by 85% and place behind the text near the left side of the tag.
17. Open Element 29 and resize by 75% copy and place on the right film, make it look as though its hanging on the frame by using your freehand selection tool, take a wee bit of the handle out.
18. Open Element 36 and resize by 75% copy and paste as a new layer onto the top of the film frame on the left. Add a drop Shadow.
19. Open Element 40 and resize by 75% twice, copy and paste as a new layer under the text to the right of the tag. Add a drop shadow.
20. Add your Copyright and License number then your name, I used Giddy Up font.
21. If you don’t want to add an animation resize by 90% and save as a png.
22. To Animate Copy Merged the tag and take over to animation Shop, Choose which animation you want to use and copy your tag however many times needed.
23. Click onto your animation and Ctrl A Ctrl C then click your tag Ctrl A Ctrl E and place the animation in the left frame. Change the properties to 20 then save as a jpg.
Another example of the tutorial
Hope you enjoyed doing my tutorial if you have any problems or questions feel free to email me.