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Saturday, January 14, 2012

Devilish Valentine

This tut was made using PSPx2
And knowledge of PSPx2.

Supplies needed 
PTU Dark Gothic Love from Disenando Scraps HERE.
Tube of Choice One with a close up. I used Camilla Drakenborg. 
You need a lic to use her work. You can get it and her work The PSP Project
Font Of Choice I used GraffitiThree.

When you see ** look at tag to see placement for Elements. 
Sometimes it is hard to say just how to place it.
Drop shadows added are unless otherwise stated.

It is always good to check for overhang of shadow on edges of tag. 
I have made a tag or to and not check and when I got done 
I would post it and see the over hang on the sides and think MAN!! lol

Remember to save often.

Start with new image 600x250

Open darkgothiclovefgpaper30 and go to materials and choose it as your pattern.
Flood fill new image with the pattern.

Open darkgothiclovefghearts2 copy and paste as new layer.
Add Drop shadow.
Copy and paste Tube(b) as new layer move to left some and a bit to bottom**
Add drop shadow.

Open darkgothiclovefvchainshearts copy and paste as new layer.
Copy tube again paste as new layer mirror move face to under the heart part
of charm. Resize by 120. Erase everything but whats shows in the heart.
Duplicate Blend hardlight.

Add proper/clear copyright, URL, and Lic.# (If Needed)
Add name using darkgothiclovefvpaper17 as the pattern Black as a trim.
Add drop shadow of 2,2,100,10. 

For the Avatar I merged all layers on Sig (make sure sig is saved)
and just took a piece of the tag added a frame like I did with Sig. 
Same setting for the Name as in Sig Add drop shadow to frame and name. 
Add proper/clear copyright and Lic.# (If Needed)

I played around with it in Animation shop afterwards and I like the results.
Just let your imagination wonder!


This tutorial was written by Rebecca Townsley on 1/14/12.
Any similarity to any other tutorial is purely coincidental.
Any creations you make following this tutorial is yours
to do with as you please as long as there is no profit made.
This tutorial is not to be copied or passed around.

I would love to see your results!
If you would like them shown on my blog
Send them to with
PTU Devlish Valentine Tut Result in the subject line
Can't wait to check them out


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