Tutorial ©Jascie May 14, 2008

Artwork ©Barbara Jensen www.eroticartistgallery.com

This is an example only! Do not use her artwork without proper licensing!

Please visit Barbara Jensen Tubes for information on puchasing her artwork.

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Things you will need:

Paint Shop Pro

Tube Of Choice

Font Of Choice

My Eyelet

EssexGirl Masks - star_grungeframe1 and stenciled-circle1

Scrapkit of Choice

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Save all the supplies to place of choice.

In your psp, open and minimize, my eyelet, the masks, and a tube of choice.

Open a new image 600 x 600 with a transparent background.

In the scrap kit, open the circle element, copy and paste this as a new layer.

Using your magic wand, select the outside of the element.

Go selections - invert, then selections - modify - contract by 2.

Open up one of the papers, copy and paste as a new layer.

Go selections - invert, then edit - cut. Then - selections - select none.

Colorize to match your tube(I left mine alone).

If you colorize, write down this setting for a future step.

Move this layer to the bottom.

In the layers palette, activate the middle layer.

Go to your freehand selection tool set at: type - point to point, mode - replace, feather - 0.

Select one of the inner shapes on the element.

Now hold down the shift key, and select other random shapes on the element.

Once happy, flood fill each of the selections with white.

Go selections - select none.

Go to your element layer, copy and paste another paper as a new layer.

Colorize to a different color(I left mine alone).

Now go layers - new mask layer - star_grungeframe1 - invert mask data: not checked.

In the layers palette, go merge - merge group.

Go back to your element layer, using your magic wand, select the outside of the element.

Go back to your mask layer, and go edit - cut.

Now merge all layers visible.

Copy and paste the first paper you used as a new layer.

Colorize to first setting as before if needed.

Now go layers - new mask layer - stenciled-circle1 - invert mask data: checked.

In the layers palette, go merge - merge group.

Now go image - resize - resize at: 90%, and all layers not checked.

Move this layer to the bottom.

In your materials palette, set the foreground to black.

Add a new raster layer.

Go to your rounded rectangle selection tool.

Draw out a wide, skinny rectangle, see header for example.

Flood fill the selection black.

Go selections - select none.

Move this approximately center top of main circle.

Duplicate this layer, and go image - flip.

Now go layers - merge - merge down.

Go to your top layer, and copy and paste your tube as a new layer.

Add a dropshadow with these settings:

H: -5, V: 1, Opacity: 75, Blur: 14 and Color: Black.

Go to your element layer, using your magic wand select the outside of the element.

Go back to your tube layer, with your eraser tool, erase any of the bottom overhang.

Go selections - select none.

Now on your element & rectangle layers add a gradient glow with these settings:



Repeat once more on your element layer.

Go to your rectangle layer.

Copy and paste my eyelet as a new layer.

Position on the top rectangle on the left side.

Colorize to match your tag.

Duplicate and go image - mirror.

Then duplicate, and go imge - flip.

Duplicate one last time, and go image - mirror.

Now hide all your layers but your eyelets, and merge these visible.

Unhide all the layers once again.

Using your magic wand, while holding down the shift key, select the inside of each eyelet.

Go selections - modify - expand by 2.

Go to your rectangle layer, and go edit - cut.

Go selections - select none.

Back on your eyelet layer, go layers - merge - merge down.

Now add a dropshadow to both your rectangle layer and your element layer with these settings:

H & V: 0, Opacity: 75, Blur: 14 and Color: Black.

At this point, if your want to resize the image, do so making sure all layers is checked.

Now add your text, I set mine so that the foreground and background were at pattern using the papers I used, and set the stroke to 2.

Position and add the same dropshadow as before.

Add all proper license and copyright information needed.

Go to your crop tool, click on the merge opaque button, then the checkmark.

Add a new raster layer, move to the bottom, and flood fill white. 

Now Save it!

Ta Da! You're Done!

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