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You will need:

Font of your choice - I used one called Blancmange

Tube of your choice - I will be using the artwork of Joel Adams - License and Tubes available at CDO

One of my Templates which you can get on my Blog, we will be using SpawnsFSTemplate048

 

Filters:

Xero/Fritillary

 

 

Ok let's begin

Open my Template ... Window> Duplicate ... Close Original ... Delete the Top Layer

Merge the 3 bottom layers together and with the new merged layer active ... Selections> Select All ... Selections> Float ... Selections> Defloat

Change your Foreground and Background to 2 colors from your Tube ... Flood Fill the Selection with your Background color

 

 

Selections> Select None

Effects> Xero> Fritillary ... with the following settings

 

 

Merge the 3 Circle layers together and with the new merged layer active ... Selections> Select All ... Selections> Float ... Selections> Defloat

Layers> New Raster Layer ... Flood Fill the Selection with your Foreground Color ... Selections> Select None

Layers> Merge> Merge Down

 

 

Activate the V layer ... Selections> Select All ... Selections> Float ... Selections> Defloat

Flood Fill the Selection with your Foreground Color ... Effects> Xero> Fritillary ... same settings as before

Paste your Tube as a New Layer and position so what you want to keep is inside the Selection on the Right side of the V

Selections> Invert ... Hit DELETE on your keyboard .... Selections> Select None

Change this layers Blend Mode to Luminance or Luminance or Luminance(L)

 

 

Move this layer above the Mini Squares layer in your layer palette ... Selections> Select All ... Selections> Float ... Selections> Defloat

Activate the Mini Squares layer ... Hit DELETE on your keyboard .... Selections> Select None

Change this layers Blend Mode to Overlay

 

 

Change your Background to a Darker shade of it's current color

Activate the V Outline layer ... Selections> Select All ... Selections> Float ... Selections> Defloat

Layers> New Raster Layer ... Flood Fill the Selection with your Background Color ... Selections> Select None

Adjust> Add/Remove Noise> Add Noise ... with the following settings

 

 

Paste your Tube as a New Layer, position on the Left side of your Tag and apply a suitable Drop Shadow

Activate the Border Layer ... Adjust> Hue and Saturation> Hue/Saturation/Lightness ... play around with the setting until your border is a color you like and the click OK

Add Copyrights and your Name ... Delete the V Outline layer ... That's it all that's left is to save your Tag

 

 

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Tutorial written on the 3rd July 2012

©David Hanslip