Friday, March 9, 2012


TUBES-Special Delivery  and Miss Bettys Rose
ARTIST-Emerald Eyez- 
FONT-Contribute and impact
Distort-Ocean Ripple
Eye Candy4 Gradient Glow and Star
Toadies-Blur em!

Start off with a 600 by 600 workspace flood filled in white.
Using your elliptical preset shape. Draw out a thin oval with a stroke of 10, foreground in white and background null. move it to the left of the canvas. open the special delivery tube and duplicate it twice. place one on top of the oval and move the other two under the oval. mirror one and bring it back under the oval. Rotate them 90 to the left then merge them down, click the center of the oval, expand by 3, invert selection and delete the excess. Duplicate this layer and apply Distort Ocean Ripple to the bottom layer and Gaussian 10/blend  to screen on the top layer.
Draw out a series of rectangles stroke size at 2. the line style for the smaller ones set to dashes.
Flood fil them with linear gradients using the colors from your tubes.
 For the two larger rectangles I used the yellow and pink form the special delivery tube.
 for the thinner rectangles i used the color of the petal from Miss Bettys rose.
 Merge the two thin rectangle backgrounds together and the two larger rectangle backgrounds in another set.
 on the two larger merged rectangle backs add Eye Candy 4- Star settings set to sparkle.
 open the Miss Bettys  Rose tube ,Mirror and erase the portions falling past the rectangle outer edges. See tag for reference.
 once done close the background and merge your tag. Copy it then undo the merge visible and paste the copied tag as a new layer . Apply toadies Blur em ! at default and move this as the last layer of your tag. Drop shadow all your elements now. 
 Write out your desired word art in the impact font and change the blend to soft light.
Apply alittle noise to  your oval layer
 Add a new raster layer and flood fill iti in a green gradient using the two colors from the leaves. Apply your mask. Add your name, artist URL and your license number.
 Thanks for looking.


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