Saturday, November 1, 2014
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PTU Winter Glow

This tutorial was written by me on November 1, 2014.
It was made out of my own creation and any similarity is purely coincidental.
I used pspx6 but any version should work without problems.
If you're doing this tutorial you must have good psp knowledge and be familiar with the tools.
Let's get started!

Artist: Winter by Alfadesire
Scrapkit: Joyeux Noel by Scrappin With Lil Ole Me
Mask: 84 by WSL
Font: Perpetual Tiling

*open your mask and minimize in your workspace*

c/p = copy and paste, ds = drop shadow (I'm using V5, H5, Opacity 50, Blur 10, black)

File - New - 700x700 - flood fill w white
Open 47 - resize by 75% - c/p as new layer
With freehand tool draw rectangle around frame - new layer
Open pp2 - c/p into selection - move under frame layer - new layer
Open 129 - c/p into selection - deselect - ds
Add drop shadow to your frame
Open 74 - resize by 50% - place to bottom 
Open 115 - resize by 50% -2x - sharpen - place to bottom left - ds
Open 42 - resize by 50% -2x - sharpen - place to bottom left - ds
Open 130 - resize by 50% -2x - sharpen - place to bottom right - ds
Open 40 - resize by 50% -2x - sharpen - place to bottom right - ds
Open 39 - resize by 50% -2x - sharpen - place to bottom - ds
Open tube - resize by 65% - place to left - ds

On background layer
Click on background with magic wand - new layer
Open paper14 - c/p into selection - deselect
Layers - New mask layer - From Image
Find your mask in source window - hit ok
Merge group 
Move mask to left - duplicate - mirror - merge down
Open 49 - resize by 85% - place to bottom
Open 122 - resize by 85% - place to right - ds
Open 23 - place to left - ds
Open 81 - resize by 70% - place to left - ds
Open 36 - resize by 40% - place to bottom left - ds
Open 22 - c/p as new layer

Delete background layer - merge visible
Adjust - Brightness and Contrast 
Local Tone Mapping - strength 4.0 - Block Size 35 - hit ok
Add credits and name

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