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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

**CT PTU TUTORIAL - Saturnalia**

*This tutorial is written by me using Photoshop CS6 but any version will work.
Any similarity to any other tut is coincidental.*

Tube of choice. I'm using the artwork of Verymany.
You must purchase a license to be able to use their work.
You may do that at VMT store.
Kit of choice. I'm using matching kit 'Saturnalia'
by Dees'Sign Depot. You can find it HERE.
Mask of choice - WSL_Mask185
Font of choice - Vladimir Script

Let's get started...
Open new canvas 500x600.
From the kit past Element 38, resize, Flip Horizontal and place it at
the center. Add Drop Shadow with Opacity on 40%. Go back and click on
background layer. Past Paper 2 and place it behind frame empty space.
On the paper add tube, right click on the tube layer and Create Clipping
Mask. Use filter or effect of choice for the tube. Go up and click on
the first element we placed. Past 2 copies of Element 37 and place them
on the frame right side. Between those two place Element 13. Select all
3 elements layers and Convert to Smart object, then Drop Shadow on 40%.
At the frame bottom add Element 61, shadow. Now under the frame add few
small copies of Element 67 and on it few small copies of Element 61. Then
add full size tube and place it at the bottom, resize and Drop Shadow - 
Opacity 40%, Angle -157, Distance 5, Size 5. Between tubes arms add small
Elements 44, 36 and 19 in that order. On the tube body, at the bottom of
it, add 2 copies of Element 37 with shadow on 40% and under it 2 copies of
Element 34. On it place 2 copies of Element 44 witsh shadow. On the left
one place Element 11. Now past 2 copies of Element 19, shadow and on it
2 copies of Element 45, shadow. At the center of all of them, more to top,
place Element 10 with shadow. Then past 2 copies of Element 16 at the
bottom of that one, shadow. Between those two place Element 39, shadow.
Now go to the background layer and click on it. Create new layer then.
Use soft brush, color black and create shadow under the tube and elements.

Now let's add mask:
Open your mask as new image.
Mask layer will be called 'Background' and will be locked. 
Double click on same layer, press OK. Layer name will be 'Layer 0'.
Add a new layer above it and flood fill with color of choice,
or use a paper from kit. I use Paper #6.
Click on mask layer and hold CTRL+A to Select All, CTRL+C to Copy.
Click on the paper layer, hit Q to turn on Quick Mask mode. 
CTRL+V to paste the mask. It should now be kinda red.
Hit Q to turn off Quick Mask mode
and there should be shown selection on your canvas. 
Hit the Add Layer Mask.
On paper layer, right click and Convert to Smart Object.
Right click again and Rasterize Layer.
Drag completed mask to your tag canvas as the bottom layer.
Resize it if needed.

Add proper copyright and your name on tag.

Hide or delete bottom 'Background' layer. And save your tag as .PNG file.
That's it! Thank you for reading. I would love to see any tags made with this tutorial. You can past the link here as comment or send them to me on al3x_v@ymail.com


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