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PostSubject: Lion King Thu 2 Jul - 6:30

Supplies Needed
 
Font of choice – I used Arizonia a pay font but Birds of Paradise should work just as nice here
 
Vix Big Mask 001 here
 
My template 206 here
 
Plug Ins used:
Brush Strokes - Crosshatch
 
For this tutorial I used Angela Hobb’s “Lion King Designer Resale Package” which can be purchased from her resale store here.  Angela, the elements in this package are stunning!  Thank you!    
  
This tutorial was written assuming you have a working knowledge of PSP. 
 
~♥~ Let’s get started ~♥~
 
Open up the template.
Shift + D.
Close out the original.
Delete Layer 11 and Layer 14
Image/Canvas Size:
700 x 700 Pixels
OK
Highlight the background layer.
Flood fill with #ffffff
 
Highlight LAYER 2.
Click on it with your Magic Wand.
New Raster layer.
Copy and paste BG1 Paper Into Selection.
Deselect.
Delete the template layer.
Give it a slight Inner Bevel:

 
Highlight Layer 3.
Repeat the above step.
 
Highlight Layer 4.
Click on it with your Magic Wand.
New Raster layer.
Copy and paste BG1 Paper Into Selection.
DO NOT DESELECT
Click your mouse on the Lock Icon at the top of your layers pallet to lock the layer.
Adjust/Blur/Motion Blur:
Angle: 24
Strength: 62%
OK
Apply Brush Strokes – Crosshatch:
Stroke Length: 37
Sharpness:  6
Strength: 1
OK
Click the Lock Icon at the top of your layers pallet to unlock the layer.
Delete the template layer.
 
Highlight Layer 1.
Repeat the above step except do not delete the template layer and do the following:
Image/Flip
Image/Mirror
Deselect
Delete the template layer.
 
Highlight Layer 5.
Click anywhere outside of it with your Magic Wand.
Copy and paste BG2 as a new layer.
Tap the delete key.
Deselect.
 
Highlight Layer 6.
Click on it with your Magic Wand.
New Raster layer.
Copy and paste BG1 Paper Into Selection.
Click your mouse on the lock icon at the top of the layers pallet to lock the layer.
Apply Brush Strokes – Crosshatch:
Use same settings.
OK
Click the lock at the top of the layers pallet to unlock the layer.
Deselect.
Give it the same slight Inner Bevel.
Delete the template layer.
 
Highlight Layer 7.
Repeat the above step.
 
Color Pallet:
Foreground:  #e5cba8
Background:  #e7c009
 
Highlight Layer 8.
Make your Color Replacer tool active and double right click on the template.
It should change to a yellow color.
 
Highlight Layer 9.
Click anywhere outside of it with your Magic Wand.
Copy and paste BG1 as a new layer and move it into a position over the template that you like.
Tap the delete key.
Deselect.
Delete the template layer.
Give the paper a slight Inner Bevel:
 
Repeat the above step with Layer 12 and Layer 15.
 
Highlight Layer 13.
Click on it with your Magic Wand.
New Raster layer.
Copy and paste BG2 Into Selection.
Deselect for now.
Add the following elements to this paper area – see my tag for reference.  Don’t worry about what overhangs the square.  We’ll clean that up in a bit.
Rock Slab:  Resize 20%
Tree 2:  Resize 15%
The Lion King:  Resize 15%
The Lion King Tree:  Resize 25%
 
After all elements are in their place –
Highlight Layer 13 template layer.
Click anywhere outside of it with your Magic Wand.
Highlight each element that you don’t want to overhang the paper and tap the delete key.
Deselect.
Delete the template layer.
 
Highlight Layer 16.
Click anywhere outside of it with your Magic Wand.
Copy and paste BG2 as a new layer.
Move it into a position you like.
Tap the delete key.
Copy and paste LionKingTiger as a new layer.
Resize 30%
Move into position – see my tag for reference.
Tap the delete key.
Deselect.
Delete the template layer.
 
Make BG2 active.
Image/Mirror
Copy
 
Highlight Layer 10.
Click on it with your Magic Wand.
New Raster layer.
Copy and paste BG2 Into Selection.
Deselect for now.
Like the other square, this one we’re going to add the elements to it as follows (don’t worry about what overhangs the paper, we’ll clean it up in a bit):
LionKingMound: Resize 20%. You want this element to fit nicely in the bottom of the square so tap the letter K on your keyboard (to activate the Pick Tool) and pull the side out just until the element fits really snug in the bottom of the square.
Paste LionKingMound again:  Resize 25%/Move into position in from of the other mound.
LionKingTree2:  Resize 15%
LionKingTree3:  Resize 20%
LionKing2:  Resize 15%
 
Highlight Layer 10 template layer.
Click anywhere outside of it with your Magic Wand.
Highlight each element you don’t want to overhang the paper and tap the delete key.
Deselect.
Delete the template layer.
 
Add your elements.  I used:
RockHill:  Resize 20%
LionKingZebra:  Resize 20%
LionKingEagle:  Resize 20%
LionKingFloral3:  Resize 10%
Tortoise:  Resize 10% and 30%
 
Highlight your white background.
New Raster layer.
Select All.
Copy and paste BG2 Paper Into Selection.
Deselect.
Apply the mask.
Merge Group.
 
Add your copyrights.
 
Add your name.
Color Pallet:
Foreground:  #000100
Background: #af3e00
Stroke: 0.5
Type your name.
Give it a slight Inner Bevel:
 
Close out your white background.
Merge Visible.
Resize all layers 85%.
   
I’d love to see your results.
Email me!
Hugs,

Bev
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PostSubject: Re: Lion King Thu 2 Jul - 15:48

Awesome job Beverly, simply stunning tag, and thank you for the compliment!  I love you









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PostSubject: Re: Lion King Thu 2 Jul - 18:36

Anyone who buys this package and wants to create tag sets for the site, example, Check Ins, Welcome, Challenges, etc...  will receive a special free package for your efforts.









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PostSubject: Re: Lion King Fri 3 Jul - 3:24

Crying or Very sad Don't know how to use or have PSP... also never made tags before.
Very good job Beverly, thanks for sharing Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Lion King Fri 3 Jul - 4:05

@DownUnderScraps wrote:
Crying or Very sad Don't know how to use or have PSP... also never made tags before.
Very good job Beverly, thanks for sharing Smile

What programs/software editors are you using?









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PostSubject: Re: Lion King Fri 3 Jul - 4:10

I have mostly used Photoshop 6 extended for a long time as it was the first one I used
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PostSubject: Re: Lion King Fri 3 Jul - 13:44

@DownUnderScraps wrote:
I have mostly used Photoshop 6 extended for a long time as it was the first one I used

As I believe I mentioned before I don't have Photoshop, only Photoshop Elements which I use less than I use Pixlr...

What makes what you are using different from what Beverly is using, as I thought the Photoshop programs were basically all the same.

This is my very fast attempt, (lac of time lol) at my tag using the materials Bev suggested, but made with Pixlr!










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PostSubject: Re: Lion King Fri 3 Jul - 21:39

yes you have mentioned this before and I will have to try it in PS or if that doesn't work, I will try Pixlr Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Lion King Fri 3 Jul - 21:40

Oops! forgot to say this looks great Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Lion King Tue 7 Jul - 7:25

Mad cant post images Shocked
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PostSubject: Re: Lion King Thu 9 Jul - 2:46

Sorry darl, had not internet for two days grrrrrrr. I have tried both links in here and even tried to post the image I uploaded to photobucket but I will go to the link you have left here and see what happens, thanks Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Lion King Thu 9 Jul - 5:57

I haven't done a tag yet but I did make something (cluster) using the Lion King kit...
Maybe for a freebie with kit sale? not sure yet, still learning...
hope you like it Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Lion King Thu 9 Jul - 6:16

PS. I made this (above) using Photoshop Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Lion King Thu 9 Jul - 11:30

very nice Sue, me likey!

You should make some tags out of it too!









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PostSubject: Re: Lion King Thu 9 Jul - 22:52

hmmm will try tags Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Lion King Fri 17 Jul - 9:39

So sorry, just now seeing there were messages on this thread!  

DownUnder, so glad you like the tag.  I saw yours, beautiful work! I have never used Pixir (sp)  I use PSPXI.  It's what I learned on and just can't bring myself to get a newer version of it.  I do have PhotoShop too.  It's such a huge program and was so intimidated by it when first learning on it, but I think it does a much cleaner job than PSP.  You can also run actions in PS where's PSP you can only run scripts.  I think each program out there has their own fantastic qualities they bring to the table!!
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PostSubject: Re: Lion King Fri 17 Jul - 10:08

Hi Beverly, It's ok as I know everyone is so busy, including me now I have open my store. I am glad you like my work and yes PS is so much easier for me except it doesn't run scripts, I love using actions in it Smile
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