Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Fire Babe on Duty

This tut was written for those with a basic knowledge of psp.
I am using the awesome artwork of  Spazz .
You need a license to use this art work. Please do not use without a license.

 You can find this art at Spazzd Art Store  HERE
Supplies Needed
I used PSPX...but any of them should work.
Fire Sampler by PST Design  HERE
Rocked by Rachel Masks, Set 13-1  HERE
Font Cheap Fire

Drop Shadow usually V2 H2 50 black

Open a new image to a size you prefer, mine is 800 x 800.

Resize paper 2 to 23%, paste and apply mask 13-1, delete and merge group. Resize mask larger to 135%, duplicate and merge together.

Resize element 04 to 22% and paste on mask.

Resize your tube to 75% if using the same tube as I am.
Paste on the brick wall, then select the wall, float, defloat, invert and being on the tube, delete, select none.
Blend mode Normal, lower the opacity to about 55%.

Resize element 06 to 20%, free rotate to the left at 20 degrees and move below the mask layer.

Resize element 01 to 15%, being on the top layer, paste on one side, duplicate, mirror and adjust them where you like them.

Resize your tube to 20% and place where you like it.

Resize element 05 to 15%, place behind your tube layer and move to one side or the other.

Resize element 07 to 17% and place on the right side.

Resize element 02 to 8%, place by your tube on the left, duplicate and move over by the ladder.

Resize element 10 to 10%, flip, move by the nozzle of the water hose to make it look like the water is coming out of it, duplicate, flip, move below the tube layer and up a bit.
Duplicate again, free rotate to the right at 90 degrees and move below the truck layer by the bottom of the truck and duplicate again and move over some.

Add any other elements that you would like, once happy, close off any background and merge visible.
Resize first, then add your Copyrights and name and that's it.
Hope you enjoyed doing this tut.

1 comment:

  1. Nice and easy. Clearly written. Thank you for writing this tut and sharing.