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|Posted by: Vaybs 16 Sep 2011, 07:57 PM|
Welcome to Creative Addictions!!
Our tutorials are open to everyone!!
But our group has a lot more to offer in the way of
challenges and shares, so you're very welcome to
register and join us.
My supplies http://www.4shared.com/file/lB4kTyba/PoleDancertutbyVaybs.html
(Not to be used for other tutorials)
Artist work is © Keith Garvey, licenced atm at PTE http://psptubesemporium.com/
Font on wordart is Haettenschweiler, on my name I've used Pushkin
Now this is too easy to be called a tutorial, it's more a tag idea
that I had a lot of fun making, and when I started deducting elements
it wasn't all that much I could remove.
But I just know you can have a lot of fun with this one,
cos I've made 3 of it myself already, you find the other 2 below.
Open the PoleDancertut template, delete the cr layer
Add the strippole on top, duplicate it and place one on each side on the front stage.
Find 2 tubes that look like they could be pole dancing, and arange them beside, in
front or behind the poles, have fun with it!
drop shadow on my girls is -2, -4, 30 7, white .
Use the manual color correction tool to recolor the curtain to suit your tubes.
(If you don't have the tool yet, check out my tut http://z10.invisionfree.com/CreativeAddictions/index.php?showtopic=9393 )
On the back curtain layer, select all, float ,defloat, add a new raster layer,
make a gradient, foreground/background, angle 90, Repeats 15, pick a light and a dark color
from your curtain, flood fill and deselect.
Add the discoball move it where you like it behind the curtain, recolor it if you feel like it.
Add the wordart on top, mine's placed in front on the stage, recolor it if you like.
My name's placed in the middle of the wordart, give it a black drop shadow.
Remeber proper ©.
That was all lol
Have fun digging up potential strippers and I can't wait to see your results yay
And you're done
Hope you've had fun.
Had fun with this one so here are 2 others I did while I was at it.
Would love to see your results so you're more than welcome to add them below.
Tutorial is © http://tutorialsbyvaybs.blogspot.com/
|Posted by: JulesofColorado 30 Mar 2014, 02:58 AM|
| I'm so glad I found this! I've been looking for something to make with our Arthur Crowe exclusives!
|Posted by: Squirrely 30 Mar 2014, 03:37 AM|
|Oh hey that IS perfect Jules, thanks for thinking of me!!|
|Posted by: Vaybs 30 Mar 2014, 06:06 PM|
|Awesome result Jules TYSM for making me one|