Tuesday, September 10, 2013

This Tutorial was Written By Me. Any Similarities are Coincidental. 
Please do not Claim my Tutorials As Your Own.
These Tutorials are for Everyone to Try. 
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I used photoshop cs6 but any version should do.

Tube "Nadine" by Verymany
Kit "Diamond Bright" by Bookworm Dezines
Mask of choice
Font of choice
Xero - Radiance

Let's get started!

Open a new canvas size 800 x 800

Open BD-Element39
Place in the center of your canvas
and add drop shadow.

Open BD-Paper13
Place at back of canvas and re-size
as desired.
Erase edges sticking out from behind Element19.

Open your tube of choice and place
on the right side of your frame.
Add drop shadow.

Open BD-Element6
Re-size as desired and sharpen.
Place at the top left of frame
and add drop shadow.

Open BD-Element38
Place over the paper and hit
ctrl + alt + G to create a clipping mask.
Place it on the left side and add
a light drop shadow.
Now place a close up of your tube
behind it and change the blending mode
to Luminosity. Opacity 70%.

Open BD-Element14
Also create a clipping mask for this element.
Rotate so that the heart is lined up with the
top right corner.
See tag for exact placement help.

Open BD-Element1
Re-size as desired and sharpen.
Place at the bottom left
corner and add drop shadow.
Rotate slightly left.

Open BD-Element32
Place in the bottom left corner.
Add drop shadow.

Open BD-Element9
Place at the top left corner
and re-size as desired.
Sharpen and add drop shadow.
Flip Horizontal.

Open BD-Element26 & BD-Element28
Place behind frame as clipping mask.
Arrange as desired and add drop shadow.

Open BD-Element36
Re-size as desired and sharpen.
Place as desired and add drop shadow.
If you are using the same tube or one similar
use a vector mask on the perfume bottle and
erase the bottom part so that it seems as if
her hands are resting in front of it.

Now add your mask of choice.
I used BD-Paper10. on mine.

Add your name/quote and copyright.

Apply any desired filters. I used Xero > Radiance.
I change the settings of it depending on the layer
I was applying it to.

 Save and you're done!

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