Disent le Fromage
PTU Gloriously Green kit by Tezzas Taggers Scraps.
You can purchase her kit at Butterfly Blush HERE.
Tube of choice. I'm using the artwork of OrkusArt.
If you would like to use his art, you may go HERE.
Template 127 from Punky Butts HERE.
Circle Mask 4 by Ella VG from Creative Misfits Creations, HERE.
Eye Candy - Gradient Glow
Xero - Bad Dream, Porcelain, Radiance
Or your choice
Let's begin. Remember to save often.
Open template and mask. Minimize mask for now.
Duplicate your template and delete original.
Delete the info layer. Image-Canvas Size-750x750-OK.
We will resize when finished.
Start by copy and pasting papers of choice to each solid layer. Hide original layers.
Effects-Plug Ins-Eye Candy-Gradient Glow 3px at default settings. Add drop shadow
For each frame layer, you can flood fill with color or gradient to match. Hide original layers. Adjust-Add/Remove Noise-Add Noise-50%
Uniform & Monochrome checked-OK. For each frame.
Add gradient glow at same settings. Add drop shadow.
Now to add your tubes.
First tube: Large circle layer, magic wand click outside of circle. Copy paste your tube and resize to your liking. Hit delete. Deselect.
Effects-Plug Ins-Xero-Radiance with the following settings:
Duplicate tube. Blend mode to soft light. Original tube layer, blend mode to Luminance. Add drop shadow.
Second Tube: Square layer, magic wand click outside of square. Copy paste your tube and resize to your liking. Hit delete. Deselect.
Effects-Plug Ins-Xero-Bad Dream with the following settings:
Duplicate tube. Blend mode set to screen. Original tube layer add drop shadow.
Third tube: Copy paste tube, bring to very top layer.
Effects-Plug Ins-Xero-Porcelain with the following settings:
Place where you want, add drop shadow.
Now you can add your elements. Resize, add drop shadow and place to your liking or you can refer to my tag for placement.
These are the elements I used:
Resize your tag to desired size. Mine is 650x650.
Add copyright, license and name. Save as .png
We are done. Hope you enjoyed this tutorial.
Feedback is always welcome HERE.
This tutorial was written by K'Lani on August 29, 2011.