Grab My Blinkie


Favorite Scrap Stores

Photobucket Photobucket
Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Tut: Can't Break Me

Can't Break Me

This tutorial was written by me on April 21, 2010 using PSP 9.  All my tutorials assume you have some working knowledge of PSP and/or Animation Shop.


Tube of choice - I'm using the art of Elias Chatzoudis.  You can purchase his tubes/license at MyPSPTubes.

Scrap Kit - I'm using a great PTU kit from Missy of Scraps With Attitude called "Rebel Yell".  You can purchase this kit here.

Template - I'm using a collab template from Alysha and Crystal.  You can download from Creative Misfits Creations.

Mask of choice - I'm using Music Mask 4 from Vicky.  You can download from Creative Misfits Creations as well.

Font of choice - I'm using Beyond Wonderland which you can download from here.

Open tube, mask, and template in PSP - minimize your tube and mask

1.  On your template - image - canvas size 800 x 800 - new raster layer - send to bottom and floodfill white - close off copyright layer

2.  On Large Circle layer - selections - selections - select all - float - defloat - copy/paste a Paper of choice from kit - selections - invert - delete - repeat for the other layers using different papers

3.  Add the following dropshadow to each layer : 3, 3, 54, 7 - On your Word Layers - selections - select all - float - defloat - new raster layer - floodfill with a color from your tube - selections select none - add following dropshadow - 1,1, 100,1

4.  Delete Skull layer and copy/paste RYE 3 as new layer - resize if needed - position where the skull was at that you delete - add your first dropshadow

5.  Copy/paste RYE80 as new layer - resize - position on top of circle layer (see my tag for reference) - add dropshadow

6.  Copy/paste RYE77 as new layer - resize small - image rotate free rotate left 45 - position on left side of your chain element on the top - duplicate - image - mirror - position on top right of chain - duplicate one more time and position in the center ( see my tag) - dropshadow each layer - merge your stud elements down into the chain element

7.  Copy/paste RYE44 as new layer - resize - rotate a bit to the right - position on rightside of template - dropshadow

8.  Copy/paste RYE36 as new layer - resize - image - mirror - position on tag - dropshadow

9.  Copy/paste Button of choice - resize -dropshadow - position on top right corner of template - dropshadow

10.  Copy/paste your tube as new layer - position on left side of frame - dropshadow - copy/paste Bow of choice as new layer - position on tag - dropshadow

11.  Back on white background - copy/paste Paper of choice as new layer - layers - new mask layer - from image - find your mask and click okay - merge group - if it is not dark enough duplicate your mask layer until it is - copy/paste RYE16 as new layer -resize if needed - move to the top left of tag - duplicate - image - mirror - image - flip

12.  Close out white background layer - crop/resize tag to your preference - add copyright/license information and name - save as .png.

That's it!!  Thank you for trying my tutorial!!!


About Me

My Photo
Vernon, Florida, United States
Hello! I'm a SAHM of 2 beautiful children Wyatt & Caitlyn and have been married to my wonderful husband Everett for 9 years. I live in a small town in NW Florida and am owned by several miniature dachshunds. I've been PSPing for 7 years now and just now decided to put my tags into tutorial form. When I'm not busy taking care of my various animals which not only is dachshunds, but includes various types of fowl and poultry I am playing with my kids or at my computer.
View my complete profile


All of my ideas are my original designs. Any resemblence to any other tutorial is purely coincidental.
Do Not Translate, copy, email, download (ie; save to your own hard drive) distribute and/or make scripts/ quick guides from my tutorials.
Do Not hot link to my images or files.
Do Not upload my files to any other site. Do not share my files with others, as some of the contents require permission from their creators to be shared.
If you are a group manager & wish to use my tutorials in your challenges you may, but only as a link back to my site.



Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket