Saturday, 29 April 2017

Fairy Fantasy - 3 Piece Forum Set



This tutorial was written for those with knowledge of Photoshop
If you don't have Photoshop then this can easily be converted for Paint Shop Pro or GIMP
This tutorial comes in three parts
First part is the tag


SUPPLIES:

FTU kit called Fairy Fantasy from Irish Princess Designs which you can get HERE
MPM_mask08 from Millies PSP Madness HERE
Tube from Eugene Rzhevskii from Pics from Design HERE
This tube is free, but you will need to use your PFD license in order to use
Font used English157 BT for the main and GelPen or Tahoma for copyright HERE

OTHER INFORMATION:

These are the settings that I usually use if your using a drop shadow

Blend Mode: Normal or Multiply
Opacity: 75 or 100%
Angle: 120
Distance & Spread: 0px
Size: 10px



TAG:

Open a new document of 700x700px

Open your and it comes in layers, so if you want to use the same layers
that I've used then please use the list below:

violet dress
brown make-up
eyes brows
hair shadow
red hair
nails
stars around colibri 2
colibri red
wing pink

Right click on any layer that shows an eye, right click and Merge Visable
Resize that to your liking and copy and paste that as a new layer on your blank canvas

In the elements folder of the Fairy Fantasy kit and open IPD_FF_Element (24).png
Resize to your liking and copy and paste that as a new layer

Open IPD_FF_Element (8).png and resize
Copy and past that as a new layer, Edit >> Transform >> Flip Horizontal and position
Check my final tag for the position

Below is the order of the other elements that I've used
Up to you on the size and check my tag for the position
If any of the elements are mirrored the go to Edit >> Transform >> Flip Horizontal

IPD_FF_Element (18)
IPD_FF_Element (3)
IPD_FF_Element (2)
IPD_FF_Element (29)

Merge visable all of the layers, open the paper that you want to
use and the mask and resize both to 700px
First copy and paste the paper, then the mask and apply
If you want to learn how to use masks in Photoshop then you can view my tutorial here
Finally apply your name the correct copyright and save as png


SIGNATURE:

Open a new document that is 600x250px

Open the same tube and use the same layers as for the tag
Resize to your liking and copy and paste that as a new layer to your signature canvas

In the Papers folder open IPD_FF_Paper (2).jpg and resize
Copy and paste as a new layer and move below the tube layer

Click on the top layer and in the Elements folder open IPD_FF_Element (8).png,
resize to your liking, Edit >> Transform >> Flip Horizontal and position
Check my signature for the final position

Below is the order of the other elements that I've used
Up to you on the size and check my signature for the position
If any of the elements are mirrored the go to Edit >> Transform >> Flip Horizontal

IPD_FF_Element (18)
IPD_FF_Element (4)
IPD_FF_Element (2)
IPD_FF_Element (16)

Merge flatten all of the layers, create a new layer, Bucket Tool and flood fill with any colour
Double click on any layer so that Layer Style window pops up
Select the Stroke size to 5px, Position to Inside, colour to your choice and click OK
Create a new layer, move to the bottom, right click on the top and Merge Down
Grab your Magic Wand Tool, select the middle, press delete and deselect
Filter >> Noise >> Add Noise, Amount 20 (or your setting),
Distribution Uniform, Check Monochromatic and click OK
Apply drop shadow if you wish

Flatten all layers, apply the correct copyright, add your name and save as PNG



AVATAR:

Open a new document of 175x175px or forum avatar settings

Use the same paper as the signature, resize and copy and paste that your avatar
Use the same tube layers, resize, copy and paste that as a new layer and position
Add some elements to match your tag or avatar if you wish
Use the same border settings as the signature
Apply the correct copyright, your name and save as PNG

This tutorial was written by BD-Tutorials
Any resemblance to any other tutorial or tag is purely coincidental
All my tutorials act as a guide only




Friday, 31 March 2017

Gothical Nights


This tutorial was written for those with knowledge of Photoshop
If you don't have Photoshop then this can easily be converted for Paint Shop Pro or GIMP


SUPPLIES:

FTU kit called Gothic Night from Graphics of Fantasy Designs which you can get here
MPM_mask17 from Millies PSP Madness here
Poser tube pack Poserwelt_Vyla_2015 from AngelaW here
Font used GazelleFLF for the main and GelPen or Tahoma for copyright here

OTHER INFORMATION:

These are the settings that I usually use if your using a drop shadow

Blend Mode: Normal or Multiply
Opacity: 75 or 100%
Angle: 120
Distance & Spread: 0px
Size: 10px


Open a new document of 700x700px

In the Poserwelt_Vyla_2015 folder and open Poserwelt_Vyla_2015.png
Remove the copyright, resize the tube to your liking and copy and paste that as a new layer to your canvas
Move to somewhere to the bottom right

Open the Gothic Night kit, in the Gothic folder open FTU KIT Gothic Night (19).png
Resize that to your liking and copy and paste that as a new layer
Move this to behind your tube
Press CTRL & T and you can see four lines with squares at the end
Hold down the Shift key and with the left mouse ke move once anti-clockwise
Click on the tick at the top and position to your liking

Back in your poser folder and open Poserwelt_Vyla_6_2015.png
Remove the copyright, resize and copy and paste that to your tag
Move below the frame and use the same free transform settings as the frame layer
With the Polygonal Lasso Tool, make a selection from the bottom the frame and delete
Deselect the selection

Back in the Gothic folder open FTU KIT Gothic Night (2).jpg and resize to your liking
Move that to the bottom, use the same free transform settings and click on the tick
Click back on the second poser, change the layer mode to Luminosity and the Opacity to 70%

Open FTU KIT Gothic Night (3).png and resize
Copy and paste that as a new layer and position
Check my final tag for the position

Below is the order of the other elements that I've used
Up to you on the size and check my tag for the position
If any of the elements are mirrored the go to Edit >> Transform >> Flip Horizontal

FTU KIT Gothic Night (36) (x3)
FTU KIT Gothic Night (7)
FTU KIT Gothic Night (27)
FTU KIT Gothic Night (2)
FTU KIT Gothic Night (15)
FTU KIT Gothic Night (16)

Merge visable all of the layers, open the paper that you want to
use and the mask and resize both to 700px
First copy and paste the paper, then the mask and apply
If you want to learn how to use masks in Photoshop then you can view my tutorial here
Finally apply your name the correct copyright and save as png

This tutorial was written by BD-Tutorials
Any resemblance to any other tutorial or tag is purely coincidental
All my tutorials act as a guide only

Thursday, 16 March 2017

Garden Love


This tutorial was written for those with knowledge of Photoshop
If you don't have Photoshop then this can easily be converted for Paint Shop Pro or GIMP


SUPPLIES:

PTU kit called Garden Love from MMelicrea Designz which you can get here
Poser tube Penelope 5 from RJ here
RD_MaskSet101-120, RD_MaskSet117, RD_MaskSet117_Mask1 from Rachel Designs here
Font used Playball for the main and GelPen or Tahoma for copyright here

OTHER INFORMATION:

These are the settings that I usually use if your using a drop shadow

Blend Mode: Normal or Multiply
Opacity: 75 or 100%
Angle: 120
Distance & Spread: 0px
Size: 10px


Open a new document of 700x700px

In the Frames folder open MMD-Frame4.png, resize to your liking and
copy and paste that as a new layer to your blank canvas

In the Papiers folder open MMD-Paper7.png, resize to your liking
and copy and paste that as a new layer, below your frame layer
To remove any of the paper that you can see on the outside of the frame,
grab your Polygonal Lasso Tool, make a rough eclipse round the frame
inverse, delete, deselect

Open your poser and grab your Rectangular Tool
Make a selection about halfway down your poser and copy, File >> New, OK and paste as a new layer
Resize to your liking and copy and paste to above the paper and below the frame layer
Grab your Rectangular Tool again, make a selection, cut, click on the top layer and paste
Line up the so that the match perfectly
Click on the bottom part, grab you Polygonal Lasso Tool and get rid of the unwanted section
Click on the top layer

In the Elements folder open MMD-Element54.png, resize and copy and paste that as a new layer
Check my final tag for the position

Open MMD - Element114.png and resize
Copy and past that as a new layer and position
Check my final tag for the position

Below is the order of the other elements that I've used
Up to you on the size and check my tag for the position
If any of the elements are mirrored the go to Edit >> Transform >> Flip Horizontal

MMD-Element21
MMD-Element57
MMD-Element56
MMD-Element130
MMD-Element136
MMD-Element67
MMD-Element107
MMD-Element105
MMD-Element59
MMD-Element37
MMD-Element123

Merge visable all of the layers, open the paper that you want to
use and the mask and resize both to 700px
First copy and paste the paper, then the mask and apply
If you want to learn how to use masks in Photoshop then you can view my tutorial here
Finally apply your name the correct copyright and save as png


This tutorial was written by BD-Tutorials
Any resemblance to any other tutorial or tag is purely coincidental
All my tutorials act as a guide only

Country Christmas


This tutorial was written for those with knowledge of Photoshop
If you don't have Photoshop then this can easily be converted for Paint Shop Pro or GIMP


SUPPLIES:

FTU kit called Country Christmas from MMelicrea Designz which you can get here
DD_WinterMasks_1-4 and DD_WinterMask_3 from Dees'Sign Depot here
Font used Pamega Script for the main and GelPen or Tahoma for copyright here

OTHER INFORMATION:

These are the settings that I usually use if your using a drop shadow

Blend Mode: Normal or Multiply
Opacity: 75 or 100%
Angle: 120
Distance & Spread: 0px
Size: 10px


Open a new document of 700x700px

In the Elements folder, open MMD-Element5.png, resize and
copy and paste that as new layer to your blank canvas
For the position, please check the final tag at the top

Open MMD - Element57.png and resize
Copy and past that as a new layer and position
Check my final tag for the position

Below is the order of the other elements that I've used
Up to you on the size and check my tag for the position
If any of the elements are mirrored the go to Edit >> Transform >> Flip Horizontal

MMD-Element10 (x2)
MMD-Element62
MMD-Element63
MMD-Element72
MMD-Element41
MMD-Element16
MMD-Element71
MMD-Element59
MMD-Element60
MMD-Element40
MMD-Element37
MMD-Element42

Merge visable all of the layers, open the paper that you want to
use and the mask and resize both to 700px
First copy and paste the paper, then the mask and apply
If you want to learn how to use masks in Photoshop then you can view my tutorial here
Finally apply your name the correct copyright and save as png

This tutorial was written by BD-Tutorials
Any resemblance to any other tutorial or tag is purely coincidental
All my tutorials act as a guide only

Love is Love

This tutorial was written for those with knowledge of Photoshop
If you don't have Photoshop then this can easily be converted for Paint Shop Pro or GIMP


SUPPLIES:

FTU kit called Love is Love from Lorenzen Design PsP & Scrap which you can get here
RD_MaskSet141, RD_MaskSet141_Mask1 from Rachel Designs here
Font used The Heart of Everything Demo for the main and GelPen or Tahoma for copyright here

OTHER INFORMATION:

These are the settings that I usually use if your using a drop shadow

Blend Mode: Normal or Multiply
Opacity: 75 or 100%
Angle: 120
Distance & Spread: 0px
Size: 10px


Open a new document of 700x700px

In the FRAMES folder, open LD_Frame 9.png and resize that to 80%
Copy and paste that as a new layer on your blank canvas

In the PAPERS folder, open LD_Paper 30LD_Paper 30.jpg, resize to your
liking and copy and paste to below your frame layer
If there is any edges around your frame, use the Rectangular Tool,
make a selection, invert, delete and deselect.

In your ELEMENTS folder, open LD_LilValentineGirl.png resize if you wish
and copy and paste to above your paper layer and below your frame layer
Edit >> Transform >> Flip Horizontal to mirror the element (*OPTIONAL*)

Open LD_Cupcake 2.png and resize
Copy and past that as a new layer and position
Check my final tag for the position

Below is the order of the other elements that I've used
Up to you on the size and check my tag for the position
If any of the elements are mirrored the go to Edit >> Transform >> Flip Horizontal

LD_Kitty
LD_LoveFairy
LD_Loveletters
LD_Gift
LD_Heart 7
LD_Rose 1
LD_Rose 2
LD_Rose 3

Merge visable all of the layers, open the paper that you want to
use and the mask and resize both to 700px
First copy and paste the paper, then the mask and apply
If you want to learn how to use masks in Photoshop then you can view my tutorial here
Finally apply your name the correct copyright and save as png

This tutorial was written by BD-Tutorials
Any resemblance to any other tutorial or tag is purely coincidental
All my tutorials act as a guide only