In the Line

 

Daty, ich habe keine Worte des Dankes, dass meine Dankbarkeit für deine großzügige Angebot übereinstimmen, das du mir al deine Tutorials und Stationery's gegeben hast, vielen lieben Dank.

Daty, there are no words that can express my gratitude for your generous offer that you gave me all your stationery and tutorials, with lots of love, Zial.

This tutorial was made in PSP 9, but can also be made in the other versions.

Here you can see how the Stationery looks.

 

Here you can download the materials.

It contains: 2 tubes - 1 brush - 1 font.

Open the font and minimize it, or load fonts by Tools of font FXplorer - Click 'Load Fonts (by Folder) - click on the font you want and it's in your font in PSP.

Mone and Diamond, thank you so much for your beautiful tubes.

 

Here you can download plugin MuRa's Meister.

If you have placed everything in it's folder, you can start :-)

 

Step 1

Open a transparent image of 600 x 450 pixels.

Set your foreground color to #f6d9cc.

Set your background color to #552427.

Set your foreground to gradient "Foreground-background" - Linear - with these settings:

Flood fill your image with this gradient.

Effects - Texture effects - Mosaic-glass - with these settings:

Adjust - Sharpness - Unsharp mask - with these settings:

Step 2

Layers - New raster layer.

Click on your Selection tool - Rectangle.

Custom selection:

with these settings:

Flood fill the selection with your background color.

Selections - Select none.

Activate your Distortion tool:

Now while pressing the Ctrl key, push the right sides of the rectangle to each other - see image below:

Layers - Duplicate - name this layer "brown".

Close this layer.

Step 3

Activate Raster layer 2.

Activate your Magic wand - Feather 0 - click in the rectangle.

Flood fill with silver pattern "silverpunk".

Selections - Modify - Contract - 2 pixels.

Flood fill with your gradient, but with Repeats to 0,

make sure the light color is on the left side.

Selections - Select none.

Layers - Duplicate - Image - Mirror.

Layers - Merge - Merge down.

Layers - Duplicate - Image - Flip.

Make sure the brown layer is on top.

Step 4

Open and activate the brown layer.

Image - Resize - 80% - All layers not checked.

Place it in the middle of the big rectangle.

Click with your Magic wand n the dark rectangle.

Flood fill the selection with the silver pattern.

Selections - Modify - Contract - 2 pixels.

Flood fill with below gradient:

Selections - Modify - Contract - 2 pixels.

Flood fill with the silver pattern.

Selections - Modify - Contract - 2 pixels.

Press Delete.

Selections - Select none.

Layers - Duplicate - Image - Mirror.

Layers - Merge - Merge down.

Layers - Duplicate - Image - Flip.

Step 5

Open a new transparent image of 280 x 320 pixels.

Flood fill this image with your gradient: Angle 180 - Repeats 1.

Step 6

Copy tube "face73".

Paste as a new layer on this working image.

Image - Resize - 70% - All layers not checked.

Step 7

Layers - New raster layer.

Selections - Select all.

Flood fill the selection with the silver pattern.

Selections - Modify - Contract - 3 pixels.

Press Delete.

Selections - Select none.

Adjust - Sharpness - Sharpen.

Layers - Merge - Merge visible.

Step 8

Copy this image.

Back to your main image.

Paste as a new layer on your working image.

Effects - Plugins - MuRa's Meister - Copies - with these settings:

Step 9

Layers - New raster layer.

Selections - Select all.

Flood fill the selection with the silver pattern.

Selections - Modify - Contract - 2 pixels.

Flood fill with your gradient - settings to your own taste.

Selections - Modify - Contract - 3 pixels.

Flood fill with the silver pattern.

Selections - Modify - Contract - 2 pixels.

Press Delete.

Adjust - Sharpness - Sharpen.

Step 10

Layers - New raster layer.

Activate your Brush tool - find brush "3linesdiamond" - Size 125.

Stamp it as you like with the silver pattern.

Again, I pushed this form a little towards each other.

Step 11

Add your name and/or watermark.

Save your crea as a jpg file and you're done!

I hope you enjoyed making this tutorial :-)

 

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Translated by Zial on June 23, 2011

© by Daty