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Post by Janet on Thu Nov 13, 2008 8:45 am

All cut up

This may seem like a long tutorial, but its very repetative

You will need a tube or tubes of your choice
Please don't mix artists work.
If you are going to crop the pieces from one tube, make sure the artist allows it
I'm using tubes from Anniebel

Open a new canvas 400 x 400 white
Layer/new raster layer, with selection tool, these settings

Draw a rectangle, like this

Now draw a side, they will join up, like this

Then another at other side, they don't have to be perfect

Flood fill with gradient of choice
Effects/plugins/, these settings

Effects/3D effects/drop shadow, these settings

Repeat the drop shadow, changing the horizontal and verticalto minus 6 and 5
selections/select none
New raster layer, call it middle ??
Selection tool, Change rectangle to rounded rectange
Draw rounded rectangle, doesn't have to be perfect

Flood fill with gradient, Plugin/, these settings

We will use the following drop shadows on next few images.
Do a drop shadow, these settings

repeat drop shadow, changing horizontal and vertical to minus 4 and 3
Selections/select none
New layer named bottom, Draw a rounded rectangle, like this

Flood fill with gradient,Effects/VTR, same as before
New layer, paste tube Into Selection
Repeat the drop shadows, selections/select none
New layer, name top left, draw a selection

Add a tube into selection, Add drop shadows, select none
Image/rotate/free rotate/ rotate left by 45
New layer called bottom right
Draw another rectangle and add last tube
Add drop shadows, select none
With raster deform tool, move your image where you want it
View My Sig
Layer/merge/merge visable
You are now ready to add new layers for text, copyright and watermark

I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial

This tutorial was written by ©Janet on 15th July 2006.
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