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Friday, August 6, 2010

FTU ~No Scraps Team Edward

For this tutorial you will need the following:

No Scrap kit used for this tutorial
Tube: The Fabulous Art work by Ismael Rac HERE
Do not use with out a license number
Mask: WSL mask# 81 HERE
Plug-ins:
Eye candy 4000: Gradient glow, Glass, Shadowlab
Eye candy 5: Brick wall
Font Used: For the graffiti- Street Soul and Sick Capital Vice
Font used for the Name- Whoa and Sick Capital Vice

♥ Let's Get started! ♥

In Psp Open new layer 700x700 transparent checked.
For the drop shadow on evertying I am using the following settings:
Verticle: 3, Horizontal: 3, Opacity: 70, Blur: 6, color black. (you use what ever you want)
(*Resize everything before you start copy and pasting)
The Edward tube in the background comes with the Team Twilight tube from Ismael Rac
Resize Edward by 68%
Resize Tube by 86%

You can always refer to the sample for placement of anything!
Flood fill with color#470000 (dark brick red)
Effects, plugins, Eye candy 5, brick wall on these settings:
Under basics tab
Brick Height 15.36
Aspect Ratio 2.78
Brick Pattern Running
Brick color Use the same color as used for flood fill
Mortar Thickness2
Mortar Depth 40
MOrtar color Use a dark grey
Flat mortar unchecked
Color Variation 52
Surface Detail 65
Edge Roughness 63
Highlight Brightness 0
seamless tile unchecked
Click ok
click on Layers, Load save mask, load mask from disk, pick your mask and apply. Right click
in layer palatte and merge group.
Copy and paste Edward tube, change blend mode to Luminance (L) and drop opacity to 52%
with the different fonts write Graffiti on the wall. You can use the same as I did...
With White and the sick capital vice font, write I Love Edward. Place up by his head. Effects,
Plugins, Eye candy 4000, shadowlab on these settings:
Direction: 185
Center offset distance 24.85
Overall Opacity 88%
Overall Blur 0.52
Perspective Blur 5.92
Color black
Draw only outside selection checked.
Click ok.
With White and the Street Soul font, type Edward Rocks. Place to the bottom of the Edward
tube. Add the plugin Shadowlab on the same settings as above.
Copy and paste the other tube and adjust to your liking. See sample for placement. Add dropshadow
Now with the font Whoa, type the name you want, effects, eye candy 4000, glass on these settings:
Under settings, pick glass tubing
under basic tab
Bevel Width 170.19
Smoothness 100
Inside Marquee checked
Edge Darkening 25
Gradient shading 0
Refraction 50
Opacity 80
tinting 5
Click ok.
Effects, eye candy 4000, shadowlab on the same settings as above.
Effects, eye candy 4000, gradient glow on these settings:
under the basic tab
Glow width 3.00
Soft corners 25
overall opacity 100
Draw only outside selection checked, under color tab
use black and move a second slider half way down the bar. Click ok
If you want, you can add your name again using the sick capital vice font like in the sample.
I used white with the same gradient glow settings as above. Add dropshadow.
Crop, and resize. I resize mine to 500. Add your copyright info.
Save and you are done! Simple and easy. I would love to see what you made!
Thank you for following my tutorial! If you have any questions please email me at
kissnjoe@yahoo.com!

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