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Friday, April 27, 2012

Vampire Desire


♥ Supplies Used ♥

Tube of choice I am using is the PTU tube "Linda 2" by Jose Cano, which can be found here. Please do not use without a license.

Font I used Pea Mel's In Between, which you can find here.

Template of choice is #42 by Wild Creationz. You can find it here.

Scrap kit is a FTU kit called "2 Cute @ Spook" by Crystals Creations, found here.

Let's begin!

Open template 42 and delete the copyright layer. Delete the following layers thereafter: top 6 layers. This will leave the plain background for you to use.

Add a new layer, flood fill white, and send to the bottom.

Move both layers for the circles to the top of your template. Make sure you move down your glitter circles to under the solid circle layers. Merge your glitter circle layers.

Open paper 7 but do not resize.  Find your glitter circles layers in your layers box. Go to selections and do the following: Select All > Float > Defloat > Edit Selection > Paste as a new layer > Invert > Hit delete on your keyboard > Select None. Delete original layer in your layers box.

With paper 7 still, go to Raster 6 and use the same paper. Deleted original layer.

Once completed with the above three layers, go to each individual layer and then do the following: Go to Adjust, drop down to Add/Remove Noise, go over to add noise, change noise level to 100% and click ok.

Open paper 10 but do not resize. Go to Raster 2 and do the following: Go to selections and do the following: Select All > Float > Defloat > Edit Selection > Paste as a new layer > Invert > Hit delete on your keyboard > Select None. DO NOT DELETE ORIGINAL LAYER YET. Open Paper 7 and darken by these settings: Adjust > Brightness and Contrast > Brightness/Contrast > and use the following settings: brightness -92; contrast -21. Click ok. Then, return to Raster 2 and do as you did before. Delete Raster 2 now. Then, go to the darkened paper and take the opacity down to 42%. Merge both layers together.

Merge your solid circles down. Open paper 2, but do not resize, and do the following: Go to selections and do the following: Select All > Float > Defloat > Edit Selection > Paste as a new layer > Invert > Hit delete on your keyboard > Select None. Delete solid circle layer in your layers box.

Open paper 13 and go to Raster 5 (rectangle), but do not resize, and do the following: Go to selections and do the following: Select All > Float > Defloat > Edit Selection > Paste as a new layer > Invert > Hit delete on your keyboard > Select None. Delete solid circle layer in your layers box. Merge both rectangle layers together.


Go to top of template and open your close up tube. Resize by 65% and add as a new layer. Move into the centers of both circles to your liking. Drop shadow.

Now, making sure solid (now striped) circle layers are under your close up tube, do the following: Click on circles layer and go to Selections > Select All > Float > Defloat > Invert > Click on Head Shot layer > Hit delete on your keyboard > Select None. Merge head shot and striped circles together.

Copy and paste as a new layer your full body tube and center it in the middle of your template. Move to the top of your solid circle layer behind the tag. DO NOT DROP SHADOW. Duplicate layer, move this one to the top of the tag and hide. Clicking on your first full body tube layer, do the following: Selections > Select All > Float > Defloat > Invert > Click on full body > Hit delete on your keyboard > Select None.

(Note: This may sound simple to well seasoned tutorial writers, but I have a method to my madness!)

Going back up to the second full body tube, unhide and drop shadow to your liking. I then carefully use my eraser to wipe out all of the bottom of the full body tube near the lower right hand circle. In this way, she now looks a little crooked!

Open your web and resize by 20%.  Paste as a new layer above Raster 4. Duplicate and move to the other side of the full body tube. This makes it look like the web is coming from behind the tube. Merge these layers together. Go to Effects > 3D Effects and use the following settings: Vertical: 2; Horizontal: 2; Opacity: 100; Blur: 2 and the color black. Click ok. Then go to Selections > Select All > Float > Defloat > Invert > Click on your web layer > Hit delete on your keyboard, Select None.

Open the spider and use your eraser tool to remove black line (as best as you can and as close). Resize by 25%, copy and paste as a new layer (at the top of your template), moving it to the upper right of the web.  Duplicate, mirror and move to the lower left hand side of the second web. Merge layers together and drop shadow to your liking.

Open bat 4, resize by 35% and add as a new layer on your template.  Move it to the right side and then rotate by 20% to the right. Move into a position that it can easily be seen and then move it below your full body layer.

Open purple cane. Resize by 10% and then rotate by 90% to the left. Move into position at the bottom left hand side of the template. Move it under your full body tube (making sure it isn't showing what you erased) and under the spiders.

Open bow 5 and resize by 65%. Copy and paste as a new layer to your template and above your full body tube. Rotate 15% to the right and position with purple cane.

At this point, save your tag.

Open paper 2, go to your layers box, click on layer, and then click "Promote Background Layer." Use WSL Mask 12. To do this, go to : Layers > Scan down to Load/Save Mask > Find mask in your masks folder > Click Load. Now your paper is a mask. Click on mask and copy layer group and paste this to your tag. Move to the bottom of your tag (which takes it below your white layer) and move up one.

Save your tag again.  Crop if you'd like. Add your name, copyright and save under a new file name. Your complete!

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