Monday, May 31, 2010

Hex on Love

Supplies Needed

PSP X2 ( any version will work)
Tube of chioce or the one I am using the sensational artwork of Ismael Rac
you may purchase his work ArtisticMinds Here
Scrap Hex by Toxic Desirez
and can be purchased at Dazzling Scraps
Font of choice or the one I used: PC Americana
Drop Shadow of choice.
WSL_116 by Weescotslass Here
Remember to Save Often!!!
Let's begin

Open new image 600 x 600.
Open Kristen-Hex-Paper16 copy paste apply mask merge merge group.
Open Kristen-Hex-Ribbon1 copy paste resize then Free Rotate 90 right then Image Mirror.
Open Kristen-Hex-Beaded String 2 copy paste place on left side of ribbon.
Open Kristen-Hex-Heart1 copy paste resize place on right side of ribbon.
Open Kristen-Hex-Charm 2 copy paste resize then place in center.
Select your tube copy paste resize if needed, place.
Open Kristen-Hex-Couldron copy paste place to the left.
Then sing your Freehand selection tool outline the top of the cauldron.
Then go to Effects Eye cnady -Backlight with a Pink color effect, deselect
Open Kristen-Hex-Book & stand copy paste place on right side
Open Kristen-Hex-Cat copy paste resize if needed,
Open Kristen-Hex-Dice copy paste reisze place in front of cat
Open Kristen-Hex-Feathers copy paste resie place in front of cauldron.
Open Kristen-Hex-Lips 2 copy paste above cauldron.

Add your Artist © and your name then crop and save.
This is only a guide and feel free to use any other element you wish.
Most of all have fun creating.


If you wish to animate please continue.
Select Edit Copy Special-Copy Merged click in AS paste as new animation.
Back in PSP on mask layer lower Opacity to 85 then
copy merge paste in AS After current frame.
Back in PSP return opacity to 100 percent then copy paste in As
Repeat above again lowering opacity to 75. then again at 100 percent,
You now should have 5 layers Ctrl +A then view your animation. Resize if needed.
Save and your done, I hope you enjoyed this tutorial.

This tutorial was written by Maree (aka Falcon) on 31 May 2010
Any similarities to this tutorial are purely coincidental.
© Maree