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Original tutorial here
Thank you Lorna for allowing me to translate your tutorials.


Marif, Gerlinde, Melissa and Lamanouche created the tubes used here.
Thanks to all of you


Here I used Yoka's tube Yoka-Faces-Models211207-2 for that tag. To see the original tag hit the lesson's link above.

May I point out that the tubes used here are strictly for personal use.
Do not change their names and watermarks and do not upload them on other websites.
Should you need to use these tubes for any other use than personal,
please contact the tubers first for permission.



You will need the supplies here
Plugin : Sapphire Plugins - Filters Unlimited 2.0
  1. Open and duplicate the tubes. Close originals
    Import the brush in your PSP brushes folder


  2. Open a new image 750x500 px, transparent
    Materials palette = foreground : #bf9a85 and background : #593928
    Fill the image with your background colour


  3. Add a new layer.
    With the brush tool apply the brush "fleur_sylv" on the right side (see the tag) with the following settings :



  4. Effects => plugins => Sapphire Filters 09 => Sapphire plugings 0885 with the following settings :



  5. Add a new raster layer
    With the selection tool => custom selection :


  6. draw a rectangle
    Materials palette : gradient with the following settings :


  7. Fill the selection with the gradient
    Adjust => blur => gaussian blur 25
    Layers palette => opacity 71%


  8. Selections => modify => select selection borders with the following settings :




  9. Change your gradient settings :


  10. Fill the selection
    Effects => 3D Effects => inner bevel witht the following settings :



  11. Selections => select none
    Effects => 3D Effects => drop shadow : vert./hor. 2 - opacity 100 - colour #000000
    Repeat with vert./hor. -2


  12. Open LaManouche's tube Hanging low. Right click => copy
    Paste into selection
    Move to the upper left corner of the rectangle
    Layers palette => blend mode : luminance L - opacity 55%
    Effects => Distortion effects => punch : intensity 100%


  13. Open Marif's tube Marif_2007_09Septembre_lady0424. Right click => copy
    Paste as new layer in your working image.
    If necessary, resize your tube (resize all layers option unchecked)
    Set the tube as shown on the tag
    You can add a drop shadow as I did here. It's up to you ! LOL
    Layers palette => merge => merge visible

  14. Image => add borders : 1 px (light colour)
    Image => add borders : 5 px (dark colour)
    Image => add borders : 1 px (light colour)
    Image => add borders : 50 px (dark colour)


  15. Open Gerlinde Creations's tube GL_Lace01007. Select the layer GL0607. Right click => copy
    Paste as new layer on your working image
    Image => mirror. Move the tube to the right border (see the tag)
    Layers palette => blend mode => luminance


  16. Open Melissa's tube SE_Tranquillity_Stitches. Right click => copy
    Paste as new layer on your working image
    Move to the left as shown on the tag above


  17. Effects => 3D Effects => drop shadow : vert./hor.1 - opacity 100 - blur 10 - colour #000000


  18. Open Melissa's tube SE_Charms_Hearts5. Right click => copy
    Paste as new layer on your working image
    Image => resize 75% (resize all layers option unchecked)
    layers palette => duplicate. Image => resize again 75% the copy.


  19. Activate the larger heart's layer. Image => free rotate with the following settings :


  20. Move the heart to the upper left corner (as shown on the tag)
    On the smaller heart's layer repeat free rotate - direction right.
    Move the heart to the upper right corner (as shown on the tag)

  21. Select a nice font - Write your text and apply a drop shadow to your liking.
    Apply a drop shadow
    Add your watermark
    Image => add borders 1 px (light colour)


  22. Layers palette : merge all (flatten). Image => resize to your liking. Here it was


  23. File => export as jpeg optimiser


You are done !
I hope you enjoyed doing this tutorial.

Translated by Silmaril, September 12th, 2008

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