Sunday, June 6, 2010

Dream Princess

Supplies Needed

PSP X2 ( any version will work)
Scrap Dream Princess by Disyas Digital Designs and
can be purchased at Scrapetizing  Here
Font of choice or the one I used: 2Peas Cherub
Drop Shadow of choice.
Mask wsl_223 by Weescotslass Here

Remember to Save Often!!!

Let's begin

Open new image 600 x 600 transparnet -White.
New layer then Selections Select All
Select Disyas_DreamPrincess_P14 copy paste into selection.
Apply mask Merg Group.
Select Disyas_DreamPrincess_R1 copy paste resize 75 percent, place left side.
Select Disyas_DreamPrincess_E11 copy paste resize by 90 percent then Image Mirror.
Place on left side above ribbon then using your eraser,
erase part of the stem so it looks like its entwined around the ribbon.
Select Disyas_DreamPrincess_E8 copy paste resize by 85 percent
 place on ribbon, see tag.
Select Disyas_DreamPrincess_FBorder1copy paste place at bottom of mask.
Open Disyas_DreamPrincess_DecoF3 copy paste resize
 by 85 percent place right top corner.
Open Disyas_dreamPrincess_Butterfly1 copy paste then
resize by 90 percent, place inside Deco frame
Select Disyas_DreamPrincess_E6 copy paste just off center, see tag.
Select Disyas_DreamPrincess_Be copy paste resizze by 50 percent move
 to bottom right then Image Free Rotate 32 degrees left

Add your Artist © and your name then crop and save.
This is onla 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 your Mask layer and duplicate twice rename them L1, L2, L3.
Then using your Freehand selection tool outline the dress on layer L1
Adjust Add Noise with these settings, don't deselect till you have done all 3 layers.

Do the same agin increasing it to 25 on L2 then 30 on L3. Now deselect.
X out L2, L3 then Edit Copy Special Copy Merged clickinto AS paste as new animation,
Back in PSP repeat this for L2 and L3.
Save as a Gif and your done.
This tutorial was written by Maree (aka Falcon) on 6 June 2010
Any similarites to this tutorial are purely coincidental

© Maree