Tuesday, January 21, 2014

PTU Tutorial - Light by Tony T!

PTU tutorial using Light by Tony Tzanoukakis!
Matching kit made by Crystal's Creations!
You can purchase them both here!
**This tutorial was written by me and any resemblance is purely coincidental. It is written for those with a working knowledge of Photoshop.**



Scrap Kit

*You must obtain a license to use this tube.*


Let's start!
Open a new canvas, size 700x700.
Place the tube on the canvas. Resize and add a drop shadow.
Behind the tube on the right place ele20. Resize and add a drop shadow.
Duplicate ele20 and flip horizontally. Move to the left of the first one. Make sure there is a little gap between the two.
Between the tube and ele20s, place ele 11. Resize and add a drop shadow.
Below everything, place ele4. Resize so it doesn't stick too far off the two back walls. Flip it vertically so the round front is showing. You may need to duplicate and flip new ele4s to achieve the look.
Duplicate ele4 and move it behind the tube and the walls so it peeks just above ele11.
Behind the walls and grass, place ele10 on the left. Resize and add a drop shadow.
Duplicate the tree, flip horizontally, and move to the right side. Make sure the trees do not hang off the canvas.
Place ele17 behind the tube and resize.
In front of the wall on the right, place ele13. Resize and add a drop shadow.
On top of ele 13, place ele5 and resize. Duplicate ele13 & 5 and move to the opposite side.
Around the lights you just place, use ele14 and place a couple small copies. Use a soft eraser to soften the bottom of the mushrooms. Add a drop shadow.
Behind the tube on the right, place ele3 and resize. Move it around so you can see it.
Plce ele18 on the ground under the tube and resize. Duplicate ele18 and move around to lightly cover the ground.
On the right side of the ground, place ele24. Place a larger copy in front to cover the edges. Duplicate ele24 and place it behind the first one and make it smaller.
Duplicate the two ele24s and move to the left side and flip horizontally.

Open a new canvas, size 600x600.
Open paper 1 and resize to 600x600. Place on top of the canvas.
Open the mask and move on top of the paper.
Remove the white background and place the mask behind the tag. 
Make it evenly stretched on all sides.

Add your tagger mark and copyright information.
Crop off any extra canvas.
Save as a .psd & .png.

Free snags!
Thank you for coming by!
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