Wednesday, July 11, 2012



Open a new work space sized 650 by 600 flood filled in white
Draw an oval shape using your pre set shapes tool with any color in the fore ground and null background thickness set to 5.
Do not convert to raster yet.
Using the font Impact set to size125 click the top node of the oval set your offset to -50 and start typing the Your name Or the artist Name. Duplicate this  and hide the bottom duplicate for a minute. Close the oval layer an covert to raster.
Open the duplicate now activate or click the oval layer in the layers list.
 Using your pen tool click the bottom node, right click and convert to path.
Clicking the bottom node again,right click and choose reverse contour then reset your offset to 0 on your text tool function and type the same wording as before. Close the oval layer and convert to raster.
Move each wording near the edges of the  canvas. place your main tub in the center then duplicate it. Apply -Adjust-Blur-Radial Blur at these settings:
zoom,elliptical check 52 strength, 0,0,0
Duplicate,mirror and merge down. Duplicate again and free rotate 90 to the left. merge down again.
Apply Mura Seamless Tile Rotate with these settings to all radial blurred layers:
On the top layer that was mirrored apply EDGE EFFECTS-enhance more.
Activate both wordart layers and apply a border by way of selections-select all-modify-selection borders-inside 3 then add a new raster layer and flood fill it with a pattern. The pattern i used was made from the closeup tube. i selected the bowl and added it ad a new images then place it in my materials palette and flood filled my outline with a rotation set to 270 and scale set to 50.
On the black text i used Eye Candy5 nature water drops settings: india ink
On the main tube I used Eye Candy Impact-perspective shadow setting:low drop shadow lower the opacity to 72
After you add your license number and artist URL grab your erasure tool and change the tip to soft fuz and clean up the sharp edges on the blurred layers.
that's it a simple filter tut.
 Thanks for looking

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