Thursday, March 26, 2009

Bathtime Luxuries

Supplies Needed
Tube of choice. I am using the beautiful artwork of PinUpToons. To use his artwork you must purchase a license at CILM. Free Scrap kit Bathroom Freebie Kit can be found HERE Mask07 by Vix HERE. Window included in supplies, but the credit goes to EssexGirl. Towels HERE

My Supplies HERE
Let's Get started!
Open a new transparent image and floodfill with white.
Resize 17% the wooden paper layer and copy and paste as a new layer. Apply Vix_Mask07 to this paper layer and merge group.
Copy and paste the deefloor tube as a new layer and move it under your mask and arrange as if it is the flooring of your bath.
Resize the sg_dark wood frame included in my supplies and copy and paste as a new layer.
Move to the middle of your mask layer.
Click inside the frame with your magic wand on each side, holding down your shit key.
Selection-Modify-Expand by 5. Add a new raster layer and flood fill the selection with #c2e8ee. Move this layer under your window frames.
Copy and paste the chrismist_japanese_garden misted tube or one of choice over your selected window frames.
Selections-Invert-hit delete on your keyboard. Move this under your window frame as well but above your "sky" layer.
Reduce the opacity to 95% on the misted tube.
Resize the bathtub 20% and copy and paste as a new layer.
Copy and paste your main tube as a new layer.
If using a similar one sit her on the edge of the tub.
Resize lace6 20% and copy and paste as a new layer and place it on the top of your window frame as a valance.
Erase the overhang on each side. Resize, copy and paste bath sign, and elements of choice.
I used the basket, some towels, bath salts etc.
Crop and resize your tag as desired. Add your copyright info, watermark and name.

Copy your tag merged into animation shop and paste as a new animation.
Open the bubbles gif. Duplicate your tag so it has 8 frames.
Activate your bubbles, edit-select all-copy.
Activate your tag Edit-select all-paste into selected frame.
Place your bubbles where you like them.
Run your animation and if happy save as a gif!
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial!

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