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You will need:

Font of your choice - I used one called SonyannaScriptSSK

Close Up and Tube of your choice - I will be using the artwork of Jose Cano - License and Tubes available at PTE

 

Filters:

Mura's Meister/Copies

 

 

Ok let's begin

Open a New Image 800x800

Make a Custom Selection ... with the following settings

Flood Fill with a color from your Tube (I used #fe4ecf)

 

Make a Custom Selection ... with the following settings

Flood Fill with a second color from your Tube (I used #edb494)

 

Selections> Select None

Effects> Mura's Meister> Copies ... Tiling(feedback) ... default settings

 

Effects> Distortion Effects> Pixelate ... with the following settings

 

Effects> Distortion Effects> Ripple ... with the following settings

 

Image> Free Rotate ... with the following settings

 

Layers> Duplicate ... Image> Free Rotate ... with the following settings

Change this layers Blend Mode to Overlay ... Layers> Merge> Merge Visible

 

Activate your Crop Tool set the Width to 600 & Height to 250 (pixels)

Move the crop box roughly into the middle then click the little green tick to apply the crop

 

Paste your Close Up as a New Layer and position on the left ... Change the layers Blend Mode to Soft Light

Paste your Tube as a New Layer and position on the right ... Apply a suitable Drop Shadow

Crop Image 600x250

 

Layers> New Raster Layer ... Flood Fill with color of choice (I used #fe4ecf)

Selections> Select All ... Selections> Modify> Contract ... by 3 ... Hit DELETE on your keyboard

Selections> Select None

 

Apply a slight Drop Shadow so the border stands out (I used 0, 0, 100, 3, white, applied twice)

Add Copyrights and your Name and the Merge Visible and your done all that's left is to save your Tag

 

 

 

Here is another example by my friend Sezy

 

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Tutorial written on 22nd October 2011

©David Hanslip