Easter Buggy

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Easter Buggy

Post by Janet on Sun Jan 25, 2009 10:14 am

Easter Buggy

You will need an Easter / Rabbit type tube of choice
I'm using a cute one from Creo Creddy's
Open a new canvas 400 x 400 white
(I like to do this so I can see what I'm doing)
New layer, With selection tool set at Elipse / add shift / feather 0
Draw an elipse, like this

Flood fill with colour of choice
Ajust/add remove noise/add noise, these settings

Add inner bevel, these settings

New layer, effects / 3D effects / cutout, these settings

New layer, repeat cutout changing horizontal and vertical to minus 5
Select none, Place egg closer to the bottom
Hide background layer, merge visable others, rename bottom egg
Duplicate bottom egg and rename top egg. have this layer highlighted
Decorate your egg any way you wish
I used my preset shapes to draw an elipse, these settings

Then i used a flower ding font to add design
Delete vector layer when your finished
Hide bottom egg and have top egg highlighted,
with selection tool set to circle, draw a selection, like this

Hit delete on keyboard, decorate the edge, Ive done mine same as before
Highlight bottom egg, copy / paste your tube as a new layer, put in place
Add a drop shadow, these settings

Hide background layer, Merge others visable, turn background back on
New layer, with selection tool, draw a circle, like this

Flood fill with the colour you chose
Add noise, inner bevel and cutout, the same as for egg.
Select none, New layer, Add a one off of the decorations you used
Duplicate wheel layer, Image mirror,
Hide background layer, merge other layers visable, turn background back on, Merge visable
You are now ready to add layers for text, copyright and watermark

I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial

This tutorial was written by ©️Janet on 19th January 2008.
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