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You will need:
Font of your choice - I used one called Fanny
Tube of your choice - I will be using the artwork of Ismael Rac - License and Tubes available at his store HERE

Filters:
Mura's Meister/Copies



Ok let's begin

Open a New Image 600x250

Paste your Tube as a New Layer

Effects> Mura's Meister> Copies .... Wallpaper rotate (default settings)
Edit> Repeat Copies ... same settings

Adjust> Blur> Radial Blur ... with the following settings



Make a Custom Selection ... with the following settings



Selections> Promote Selection to Layer
Selections> Select None

Activate the promoted layer (if not already active)
Layers> Duplicate

Image> Mirror
Layers> Merge> Visible

Adjust> Hue and Saturation> Colorize ... with the following settings

Hue - 0
Saturation - 0

Layers> New Raster Layer
Flood Fill this layer with a color from your Tube

Change this layer Blend Mode to Color
Layers> Merge> Merge Down

Make a Custom Selection ... with the following settings



Layers> New Raster Layer
Flood Fill Selection with the same color you used earlier
Selections> Select None

Layers> Duplicate
Image> Flip
Layers> Merge> Merge Down

Lower this layers Opacity to around 55%

Effects> 3D Effects> Drop Shadow ... with the following settings



Rename this layer Lines

Now go to your Tube image
Edit> Copy

Go back to your Tag
Edit> Paste as new layer

Position to the left then add a suitable Drop Shadow (resize if needed)

Layers> Duplicate
Image> Mirror

In your layer palette move this layer between your Background and Lines layer
Lower the layers Opacity to 75%

Activate the Top Layer

Layers> New Raster Layer
Flood Fill this layer with a Dark color from your Tube

Selections> Select All
Selections> Modify> Contract ... by 4

Hit DELETE on your keyboard

Selections> Select None
Adjust> Add/Remove Noise> Noise ... with the following settings



Add Copyrights and your Name
Layers> Merge> Merge Visible

Now all that's left is to save your image as a PNG

 

 

Here is another example by my friend Sezy

 

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Tutorial written on the 28th April 2011
©David Hanslip