Sunday, 17 May 2015

CT TUT for Artistic Dreams Imaging: Katrina Winter - Sugarplum

PTU Tube "Sugarplum" by Katrina Winter can be bought here 
FTU Mask available here
PTU Kit "Soloneta" by Ginnibug Designz can be bought here 
*Tag name font: Scriptina, 150 pt, font color black, layer style stroke color: bdb2c1 size 5 px,
*Copyright info font: Vijaya, 36 pt, layer style stroke color: white 4 px
*Both fonts are available free at
**This tutorial is written with the understanding that the user has a good working knowledge of CS6 and its various features


Let’s begin....
~Format a workspace 600mm x 600mm in RGB mode with clear transparency
~Place mask and size mask to fit workspace, magic eraser the white section, layer style:  inner glow: color white, size 250 px
~Place paper 12 and size to workspace
~Create clipping mask between paper 12 and the mask and adjust opacity to 54%
~Place element 32 resize to 19.5 inches wide x 18.9 inches high and center on workspace
~Place tube and resize to 9.5 inches wide x 15.3 inches high and center in front of element 32
~Place element 36 resize to 5.1 inches wide x 4.7 inches high and place to left hand side of the tube
~Place element 84 and resize to 21.2 inches wide x 7 inches high and place centered behind element 32
~Place element 73 resize to 24.9 inches wide x 5.2 inches high and position on centered in front of bottom edge of element 84. Duplicate and place at bottom edge of the original. Repeat 3 additional times.
~Place element 31 resize to 25.2 inches wide x 8.1 inches high and position centered under element 32
~Place element 17 resize to 13.9 inches wide x 6.6 inches high and center in front of element 31 under element 32
~Place element 63 resize to 10.5 inches x 5.4 inches and place to left of element 32
~Place element 5 resize to 5.5inches wide x 5.3 inches high and place in back of element 32 on the right hand side filling the area between the two posts.
~Merge all visible layers and flatten
~Place tag name and appropriate © info
~Save in .png format for a transparent background

I hope you had fun with this tutorial. Any questions or feedback please e-mail me:

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