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Dedicated to my friend Jeanne
This is my way to thank her for her affection.
Jeanne, You are my big little angel!
A big hug, ketty

This tutorial, written by me, was born from an idea of my friend Jeanne.
Any resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental.
Please feel free to print it out for your own personal use. 
But do not copy it in anyway to put on-line or re-write without permission. 

This tutorial was written using PSP9, 
but may be done with other versions,
and assumes you have a good working knowledge of PSP and its tools.

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Supplies needed:  HERE


The tubes used for this tutorial are by Jeanne e Marif,
the bow is by Patry, but I have worked it out a little.
and Copyright belongs to them.
Selection and Tile are ©charlieonline graphics

You can find other Tiles or Textures HERE

For this tutorial we don't use Plugins but only Masks and Selecions.

My thanks to Marinella who tests my tutorials.
Her help is as usual valuable

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Settings


Extract and open the tubes and minimize them to your Psp workspace for now.
Extract and save  ch-tile-2020-5-2.jpg in the PSP/Pictures Tube Folder
Extract and save  Iegn15.JPG in the PSP/Mask Folder

Set your Foreground color to #f6edf0
and the Background #5e689c

Remember to save often!


Let's begin!


1 - Open a new image 644px x 431px transparent background; 
Raster background checked; Color depth 16 million colors
Flood fill with the foreground

Open Marif_2006_novembre_misted_decor0100
Copy, return to your working image and paste as New Layer
Resize to 80%, lower Opacity to 28,
and place it as the finished image

Open zwanen2 tube,
duplicate it and close the original

Adjust - Hue and Saturation - Colorize



Copy, return to your working image and paste as New Layer
lower Opacity to 40, and place it as finished image


2 - Add a New Raster Layer

In your ColourPalette change to Pattern and choose ch-tile-2020-5-2



Flood fill the layer

Layers - Load/Save Mask - Load Mask from Disk
choose Iegn15



Layers - Remove it
Do you want to merge Mask to layer? = Yes

Layers - Merge - Merge Group
Lower Opacity to 96

Layers - Merge - Visible
Put your work aside for a time!


3 - Open ch-selez-TagJeanne,
Duplicate and close the original

This will be our tag!

Return to Pattern and open again ch-tile-2020-5-2,
with the precedent settings, and flood fill your tag

Return to your precedent work
Edit - Copy

Return on your new tag
Edit - Paste as New Layer

Add a New Raster Layer and flood fill with your Pattern again

Add your Mask again
Layers - Load/Save Mask - Load Mask from Disk
choose Iegn15, with the precedent settings.


4 - Add a New Raster Layer

Selections - Load/Save Selections - Load Selection from Alpha Channel
open #Selezione1

Edit - Paste into Selection
(what you have in your memory,
that is to say the copy of your precedent work,
what you put aside)

Effects - 3D Effects - Drop Shadows



Repeat and change Horizontal and Vertical to -1

Selections - None

See below what you have to get



Open your Eraser Tool



and erase a bit on the swans and on the flowers as the finished image.

If you have followed the tutorial for well the two images,
the above and the below have to fit together.


5 - Add a New Raster Layer
Return again to Pattern, open again ch-tile-2020-5-2,
with the precedent settings, and flood fill your layer

Add your Mask again
Layers - Load/Save Mask - Load Mask from Disk
choose Iegn15, with the precedent settings.


Add your text and and borders as you like.

Add your watermark and save into .jpg

Done!
 Hope you have enjoyed this tutorial.

Written on April 2008

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