Stand Out

K_StandOut_Kajenna

This tutorial was written by me on August 23rd, 2016 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 is by Kajenna. You can purchase her tubes here.

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Mask 4 from Weescotslass Creations. You can find it here.

Template by Dee. You can find it here.

Font of choice. I am using Yu Gothic Medium.

Filters:

Filters Unlimited 2.0
Toadies Raster Line
Filter Factory Gallery N

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Open your template. Resize by 86%. Delete the info layer.

Merge together the following layers:

Left yellow strip & Left white strip
Right yellow strip & Right white strip, then merge down
Purple square & White square
Top white strip & Top blue strip
Diagonal yellow strip & Diagonal white strip
Purple circle & White circle
Bottom white strip & Bottom blue strip

On the blue circle layer, select all, float, defloat. Add a new raster layer & floodfill with #943c2f. Deselect & delete the original layer. Duplicate your circle layer and then apply Filter Factory Gallery N – Different Sin using the default settings. Set the blend mode for this layer to Luminance (L).

On the purple oval layer, select all, float, defloat. Add a new raster layer & floodfill with #554c41. Deselect & delete the original layer. Apply Filters Unlimited 2.0, Special Effects 1, Shiver using the default settings.

Set your foreground to #fce0ac & your background to #442b1b. Set your foreground to gradient, style linear, angle 45, repeats 3.

On the left white strip layer, select all, float, defloat. Add a new raster layer & floodfill with your gradient. Deselect & delete the original layer. On the gradient layer, apply Effects, Artistic Effects, Halftone using the following settings:

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On the white square layer, select all, float, defloat. Add a new raster layer & floodfill with #d8c4b1. Deselect & delete the original layer. Filters Unlimited 2.0, Paper Textures, Cotton Paper – Fine. Change the intensity to 60.

On the top blue strip, select all, float, defloat. Add a new raster layer & floodfill with #702014. Deselect & delete the original layer. Repeat for the bottom blue strip layer.

On the diagonal white strip layer, select all, float, defloat. Add a new raster layer, floodfill with #c38c6f. Deselect & delete the original layer. On the layer we just added, duplicate layer. Toadies, Rasterline, 249, 255, 241, 77.

On the white circle layer, select all, float, defloat. Add a new raster layer & floodfill with #eae1d8. Deselect & delete the original layer. On the new circle layer, add noise, Gaussian, 50, monochrome checked.

On your pixel hearts & pixel words layers, change the color to #eae1d8.

Set your foreground to #2e2422 & your background to #d1bda9. Set your foreground to gradient, style Radial, angle 45, repeats 5.

Add a new raster layer. Move this layer to the bottom. Open your mask. Floodfill the new gradient onto the new blank raster layer. Apply your mask, merge group. Add noise using the same settings as before.

Open your tube, resizing about 50-60%, flip horizontal. Paste as a new layer above the paper texture square layer. Place to your liking over the square. On the square layer, select all, float, defloat. On your tube layer, selections, invert & press delete. Deselect. Set the blend mode to Soft Light, 80.

Open your tube again, resizing about 30% of the original size. Paste as a new layer above the glitter circle layer. Place over the glitter circle.

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

Thanks for checking out my tutorials.

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