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Thursday, April 5, 2018

USING FILTER CAROLINE & SENSIBILITY AND XENOFEX 1.0

USING FILTER CAROLINE & SENSIBILITY AND XENOFEX 1.0

This Tutorial was written for those that have a working knowledge of PSP.

Please do not copy it in anyway or claim its as your own.

Any resemblance to any other tut is purely coincidental.

This Tutorial was written on April 4th,2018

The tutorial was written and Created by Chiqui
For This Tutorial I used PSP X2

 

Materials:

 Filters CAROLINE & SENSIBILITY AND XENOFEX 1.0


Fat font of your choice

Let's get started

Open a raster white bakground layer 800x800 pixels
When we finish you can crop your raster.

Select a color for you background
Foreground null.

Using your text tool write  a name or phrase of your choice.

Convert to raster layer
 Duplicate 
In your original layer

Go to selections - selections all - selections float - defloat
selection modify - expand by3
Fill with the same color

and apply Caroline and sensibility filter - CS-Dlines with this settings:
Selections - none
Apply a Drop shadow with this setting:

 1,1,60,2 grey color (NO BLACK)

Now go to your raster in the top (the original raster)

and apply Xenofex 1.0 - Stain with this settings:

In the color change for one to contrast the original color
Duplicate this layer
In the copy Selections all-float - defloat
Apply Xenofex 1.0 constellation with this settings:

Drop the opacity to 70%
back to the original copy and apply
Adjust add noise - Gaussian noise with this settings:





 Go to your raster in the botton before the white background

duplicate
in the original apply

Adjust - blur - Gaussian blur -10

Now ypu can add some embellisment to your name
elements of a scrap, etc.

crop your name
Close the white background

Layer merge - visible

Save as a png.

this is my result:




 




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