Sweet Bunny

This tutorial was written by Fiona Pomfrett on March 29th 2013
Any resemblance to any other tutorial is coincidental. Do not copy and paste this tutorial anywhere on the net.
Scripting and translating of this tutorial is strictly forbidden.

Supplies needed:
PSP – I used X5 but any version will do
Tube & Close Up of Choice
Font of Choice – I used KG Strawberry Limeade
Eye Candy 4000 – Gradient Glow
Sweet Bunny kit by Pimp’d Designz or kit of choice

I used the awesome artwork of Keith Garvey
You can purchase his work and a license from Garv Girls.
Please do not use Keith’s work without purchasing a license first.

Let’s Start
Open a new canvas 400×400 and flood fill with white
Open Print 3 and resize to 350 pixels wide
Copy and paste as a new layer – rename P1

Open Print 1 and resize to 350 pixels high
Copy and paste as a new layer – rename P2

Copy and paste your close up tube as a new layer
Position so the main focal point in near the top left of the print layer
Activate P1 – Selections, All, Float, Defloat
Activate your tube layer
Selections, Promote selection to layer
Selections, None
Rename the promoted layer Bottom Tube
Change the blend mode of this layer to Screen
Delete the original tube layer

Copy and paste your main tube as a new layer
Move to the top of your layer palette if its not already there
Position so the focal point of this tube is near the top of the print layer
Activate P1 – Selections, All, Float, Defloat
Activate your tube layer
Selections, Promote selection to layer
Selections, None
Rename the promoted layer Top Tube
Delete the original tube layer

Open the Grass and resize to 300 pixels wide
Copy and paste as a new layer – rename Grass
Position towards the bottom of the print layers
Erase any excess from P1, P2, Bottom Tube and Top Tube that is below the grass

Open the leaves and resize to 150 pixels high
Copy and paste as a new layer – rename Leaves
Position them where they look best, I mirrored mine
Move below the grass layer on your layer palette

Open the stitching and resize to 350 pixels wide
Copy and paste as a new layer (below the grass layer)
Image, Free Rotate, Left by 90 degrees
Position on one side of your tag
Erase any excess from below the grass

Open Flower 2 and Flower 3 – resize both to 25%
Copy and paste as a new layers above the grass layer
Position where they look best

Activate the Bottom Tube
Open Print 2 and resize to 350 pixels wide
Copy and paste as a new layer – rename P3
Change the blend mode to Screen

Activate your top layer on your layer palette
Select your text tool and choose a font
Set your foreground to null, background to a color of choice
Create as vector and Anti-Alias both checked
Add your name
Use the nodes to stretch/angle your text if needed
When happy with size and placement, convert to raster

Effects, Plugins, Eye Candy 4000 – Gradient Glow

Add a drop shadow of choice I used:
V&H: 3 / Opacity: 50 / Blur: 5.94 / Color: Black

Add your artists copyrights, scraps credits (if required) and your own taggers watermark as a new layer
Delete the white background
Crop away any excess canvas
Save as a jpg/png
All Done 🙂

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