Tuesday, 7 October 2014

Movie Star




this tutorial was written by Mizteeque on 8th July 2014
written in psp9 but any version should work
any similarities to any other works is purely coincidental

Supplies needed:

Tube of choice - I am using the artwork of Barbara Jensen
you can purchase this tube http://www.barbarajensentubes.com/
My scrapkit Hollywood
Font of choice 

Filter - Eye Candy 4 Gradient Glow

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Ok lets begin!!

Note: c/p = copy and paste as new layer
d/s = dropshadow 2,5,50,9, black

1.Open blank canvas 800 x 800
floodfill white

2. c/p paper 1
apply mask
merge group
resize by 82

3. c/p element 27
resize by 36
position at bottom left corner of mask
d/s

4. c/p element 20
resize by 36
using deform tool, rotate a little to the left
d/s

5. c/p element 26
resize by 36
position top right corner of mask
d/s
duplicate, resize by 80
rotate, right 52

6. c/p element 14
image, rotate, right 52
drag this layer under elements but on top of mask layer

7. magic wand
tolerance 10, feather 0, mode add
Click inside each of the frames, expand by 2
new raster layer, floodfill white
Lower opacity to 64
drag white layer below filmstrip, deselect

click inside the top frame of the filmstrip
expand selection by 2
c/p tube so face is showing
selections, invert, hit delete on your keyboard
deselect

8. repeat but select the middle frame of the filmstrip
and position a different part of your tube to show
and repeat again for the bottom frame of filmstrip.

9. merge all 3 tube layers together and
drag below filmstrip
lower opacity to 64

10. c/p tube above filmstrip again and position
to the left. Mirror if you need to.  Erase any parts of tube sticking out
under the film reel

11. Make top layer active
open wordart
select round the Movie Star part
copy and paste as new layer
position at the bottom of the tag
apply white gradient glow 

12. Make filmstrip layer active
apply gradient glow with same settings
d/s

13.  add name and copyright information
delete white bg layer
merge visible
crop and save as png.

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