Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Flava Of Fall
Tube by Mistichekaya of picsfordesign.com
Kit by Karra's Kreative Korner called Fall Flava
Mask- WSL 265
Toadies- Where are you
Open a new canvas flood filled in white sized 650 by 650
Reduce your tube 50 to 45%
Place the ground then the grass element over it and under the tube.
Duplicate this a couple of times to make a field. the one towards the bottom edge duplicate.
Apply Gaussian blur of 5 duplication three times to darken.
Add paper 12 and using your pick tool setting to scale stretch the ends to match the size of the canvas.
The apply your mask and merge the group.
Place frame4 then click inside and expand by 10, add a new raster layer then flood fill with a gradient that matches your kit. i used these two colors
#931476 and #ddb427
place the petals element above this layer then invert selections and delete the petals excess
Place the hill twice above this layer
Place the tree on top of the frame layer on the left side then place the leaf scatter aligning the leaves to the tree( see my tag)
Reduce ivy bu 80% mirror and place at the base of the tree.
Place the sunflowers and dandelions
Reduce vine by 50% and place the leafy part by the dark shadow of your tube. then freehand select the top portion of the vine , promote layer and delete on the original.
Mirror and flip your promoted layer then move to the base of the tree.
mirror flower3 and reduce by 10% and place beside the flower by the tree to hide the leaf sharp edge.
Place flower3 again and reduce by 20%
Reduce the following at the same percentage
pinecone, flower2, berries2 and leaf 2
Reduce leaf3 and bow2 by 35%
tag2 by 5% and place over the bow
Type your name in the same gradient we used before and convert to raster.
Apply EFFECTS- Texture effects straw wall. Activate your original name text, invert selections then delete the excess straw wall layer. merge down then apply inner bevel twice at these settings:
add your artist URL, CR and your license number thanks for looking
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