Circus

IR_Circus_Tracy

This tutorial was written by me on July 30th, 2015 and is my own creation. Any resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental and unintentional.

PSP Version used: PSP X5

This tutorial assumes you have a good working knowledge of PSP.

Supplies:

Tube of choice. I am using the art of Ismael Rac. You can purchase his tubes here.

PTU kit from Scraps N Pleasure called Circus. You can purchase it here.

Mask 99 by Millie’s PSP Madness. You can find it here.

Font of choice. I am using Irezumi.

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Open a new blank image, 600 x 600.

Open Element 14. Resize by 80%, paste as a new layer onto your blank image.

Open Paper03 & your mask. Paste your paper as a new layer. Move this layer to the bottom. Apply your mask, merge group.

On your frame layer, use your magic wand & click inside your frame. Selections, modify, expand by 5. Open Paper07. Paste as a new layer. Selections, invert & press delete. Deselect & move this layer below your frame layer.

Now lets add our elements:

Element22 – resize by 50%. Paste as a new layer above the frame layer, place to the top of the frame.
Element07 – resize by 50%. Place to the upper left.
Element06 – resize by 50%. Place slightly down & to the right of the first balloon.
Element66 – resize by 25%. Place to the bottom of the balloons.
Element20 – resize by 40%. Place to the bottom right of the cannon. Rotate slightly to the left.
Element49 – resize by 25%. Place to the bottom right.
Element60 – resize by 30%. Place to the bottom right.
Element43 – resize by 20%. Place to the bottom right of the cotton candy.
Element38 – resize by 40%. Place to the bottom.
Element47 – resize by 50%. Place over the right side of the arrow.

Open your tube, resizing as necessary. Paste as a new layer above the heart balloon layer. Duplicate, gaussian blur 3.00. Set the blend mode to overlay, 63.

Add your name, copyright, & license info. Apply a drop shadow of choice, then merge visible. Save as a PNG.

Thanks for checking out my tutorials.

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