10.27.2014

City Girl FTU tutorial- (PUT)



This tutorial is my own creation and any similarity to any other tut is merely coincidental.
 Please do not copy and paste anywhere else and link back to my blog. 

This tut was written by me October 27th, 2014. 

This tag was created using Photoshop CS5

Supplies needed are as follows:

FTU Kit used: Sweet Thang (only one element)
Dangerously Delicious Designz HERE

Template: 
Template #27 HERE

Filters: 
Penta: Color Dot

Font used: Bank Gothic Regular
This font can be found HERE

Tube of choice is from © Pinuptoons
This is Tube: 62-2 on CDO HERE

Masks: 
Sparkle mask 5 by Sue (Sparkle/Bling) HERE

Free stock (legal use) picture: http://www.morguefile.com/


and to start:

Open template 27. Open your tube and place in the center. Apply close ups of your tube and place them on the peach squares. Change the mode of the tubes to Luminosity. Get the element called "grid" from the Sweet thang scrapkit and place in the back of tag. Add drop shadow to very element in the tag including the tube. On the Peach outline to the square, apply penta in the following settings:


Add a new layer. Click the close-up tube layers and the new layers and press Control E. This should merge the tubes with the squares. On both of these new squares apply Penta: Color Dot in the same setting as shown above.

On the center white outlines around the black rectangles, apply noise in the following setting and then add a drop shadow to them:


Now on the center black rectangles apply Penta: Color Dot in the following settings:



and now add Inner shadow to those rectangles in these settings:



Now we're going to apply the picture in the background. 
I chose to use the Brooklyn Bridge.You can use any free picture you find on the site I've given above. Make sure you read the TOU of whatever picture you use. 
My exact picture can be found HERE
The picture is row 6, picture 2.

Go to Image>Adjustments>Desaturate to make the picture black and white. Place the picture on the black center square. 

Apply a Clipping mask by going to Layer>Create Clipping Mask to apply your picture to the square. Position picture until you have it the way you want it.

Apply your mask. I pulled a color from her shirt and using the paint bucket tool in an empty new layer, made a "paper". Then applied the mask. 

Add your name and copyright. That's it.







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