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Thursday, May 5, 2011


This tutorial was written by Kaci on May 5, 2011. Any resemblance to any other tutorials is purely coincidental! You may not copy/paste any part of my tuts elsewhere, but you may text link to them for challenges etc!

Supplies Needed:

Temp94 by Deb, you can find it HERE
Tube or image of choice, I am using the fantastic artwork of Ismael Rac, you can find these tubes HERE
Scrapkit of choice, I am using a great kit by Tamie called Voodoo Child, you can find it HERE
Plugins: Eye Candy Gradient Glow and Muras Meister Tone

Let's Begin!

Open your template
Hit shift d and close the original
Delete raster 8 and 1
Select raster 3
Select all, float, and defloat
Paste paper9 as a new layer
Invert your selection and hit delete
Select none
Delete raster 3
Select raster 2
Select all, float, and defloat
Paste paper11 as a new layer
Invert your selection and hit delete
Select none
Delete raster 2
Repeat for bottom and top copy of vector 1
Add gradient glow to your frame
Add a new layer above raster 6
On raster 6 select all, float, and defloat
On your new layer apply muras meister tone default settings
Select none
Drop the opacity to around 80 on your tone layer
Add your tube of choice
Resize and position as desired
Add any elements you like
Resize and position
Add any dropshadows you like
Crop and resize as desired
Add your name and copyright
Resize as desired

Thanks for trying my tut!


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