Friday, July 24, 2015

When it Rains

This tut was written for those with a basic knowledge of psp.
I am using the awesome artwork of Dark Yarrow.
You need a license to use this art work. Please do not use without a license.
 You can find this art at the Digital Art Heaven Store  HERE
Supplies Needed
I used PSPX...but any of them should work.
Thunder Struck by Wicked Princess Scraps  HERE
Check out the rest of her blog HERE
RR Mask Set 2_1   HERE
Font of Choice, I used Magnolia Light

Drop Shadow usually V2 H2 50 black
Let's get started
*Remember to add your drop shadow as you go along*

Open a new image 800 x 800 or one you prefer
Paste paper, apply your mask, delete, merge group.
Go to Adjust, Hue and Saturation, Colorize and change the numbers to
Hue 151, Saturation 198

Paste tree 3, move to the right, change the blend mode to Luminance(L)

Resize the flowers to 55%, paste on the left side, duplicate, mirror, duplicate
again and move to the center, change the blend mode on all 3 to Luminance(L).

Paste the lightening 3 on the left side, then paste lightening 2 over to the right more.

Resize your tube to 85%, paste off center a bit below the flower layers,
erase any of the lightening on the umbrella.

Resize house 2 to 50%, place below the flower layer on the left side, duplicate,
resize to 75% and place on the right below the tree layer.

Resize the pink house to 50%, place on the right below the other house layer,
change the blend mode to Luminance(L).

Paste the ribbon above the mask layer, mirror, go to Adjust Hue and Saturation and use the same settings as before to color the ribbon, change the blend mode
to Luminance(L)

Being on the top layer, paste  Rain 1, resize to 50%, Hue and Saturation like before to change the color, lower the opacity to 36 or so, paste where you like,
duplicate a couple of times and move where you like.

Add any other elements you would like.

Once happy with it all, close off any backgrounds, merge visible.
Resize first, then add your copyrights and name.
That's it
Hope you enjoyed doing my tut.

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