Vintage Evening Tutorial

Vintage_Evening_GW_Jodi

 

This was made with Paint Shop Pro 2018 but all versions should work.

Supplies:

I used the beautiful artwork of Anna Liwanag. 89-1-AnnaLiwanag. This tube is PTU and can be found at CDO Estore.
The scrap kit that I used is LHD_IB-AnnaLiwanagJune2018-bt. This is also a PTU kit and can be found at CDO Estore.
The mask I used is WSL Mask 424 and can be found here.
The font I used is Pirouette LT Std.

Let’s Begin:

Open a file 500×500.
Flood fill with white.
Add a new layer.
Select all.
Copy Paper 1 and paste into selection. Select None.

Copy Element 15 and paste as a new layer.
Resize by 60%.
Sharpen.
Rename layer Armoire.
Move slightly to the bottom of your layer keeping centered.
Add drop shadow v-h: 2, Opacity: 100, Blur: 11 or use whatever you like. Use the same drop shadow throughout.

Copy Element 11 and paste as a new layer.
Resize by 20%.
Sharpen
Place on the top left side of the armoire.
Add a drop shadow.
Rename layer Vase.

Copy Element 3 and paste as a new layer.
Resize by 30%.
Sharpen.
Move to the right of the vase.
Add a drop shadow.
Rename layer Clock.

Copy Element 10 and paste as a new layer.
Resize by 20%.
Sharpen.
Move to right and behind the Clock.
Add a drop shadow.
Rename layer Beads.

Copy Element 5 and paste as a new layer.
Resize by 30%.
Sharpen.
Place on the top right side of the Armoire.
Add a drop shadow.
Rename layer Lamp.

Copy Element 14 and paste as a new layer.
Resize by 30.
Sharpen.
Add a drop shadow.
Place at the bottom, right corner of the Armoire.
Rename Basket.

Copy the tube and paste as a new layer.
Resize by 70%.
Move slightly right and down. You want the bottom of the tube at the bottom of the layer.
Sharpen.
Duplicate this layer.
On original layer apply Gaussian Blur at 20.
On the copy of the tube add a drop shadow.

Close off bottom white layer.
Merge visible.
Load WSL Mask 424, Fit To Canvas, Hide All Mask.
Merge Group.

Add the credits and your watermark.

Open the bottom, white layer. You can now check to see how your transparent image is going to look.
If you’re satisfied, close off the white layer and save as a .png.

Thank you for trying my tutorial.

Captain_Morgan_Jodi_GW

 

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