Saturday, February 20, 2016



This tutorial was written
by Wicked Cupcake on
February 20,2016
Any resemblance to another
tutorial is purely coincidental.
I am using a tube by Molly Harrison.
The tube is a past AOTM exclusive
that was given to CDO Diamond Club
Members. You can find more of her
tubes available at CDO.

EyeCandy4000 Drip
VM Natural Splash!
VM Natural Speed

available here

Open a tube of choice.
Open a 700x700 new image.

Copy & paste your tube as a new layer.
Duplicate this layer once & hide the 
copy layer for now.

On the original tube layer, 
adjust - blur -Gaussian 10.
Then apply the plugin 
EyeCandy4000 Drip.
I used the setting Bleeding
with default settings for it.

Now apply the plugin 
VM Natural Speed with
default settings
Duplicate the tube copy
layer one more time.

Now on the middle tube layer,
apply the plugin VM Natural Splash!
with default settings. Change the 
blend mode on this to Screen.

On the top tube layer, apply
the plugin Xero: Porcelain with
default settings. Lower the opacity 
on this layer to about 53 or
to a number you are happy with.

On the bottom layer of your tag,
paste your tube again as a new layer.
Go to Mura's Meister Copies 
Wallpaper setting. Repeat the wallpaper if needed.

Go to layers -load mask - load mask from disk.
I am using the Vix_Mask452.  Select the mask in 
your mask preview. Click Load.
On your layers palette, right click on the mask 
& merge group. 
You may need to move the mask layer 
just slightly on your tag.

Make sure you are on the top layer
of your tag.
Select your font tool.
Choose a color from your tube
for the fill color box on your
Materials palette. 

Choose a font of choice.
Type out a word of choice.
Convert to raster.
Position the word on the tag where
you would like it. Lower the opacity
of the word to 67 or desired amount.

To the word, apply the plugin
EyeCandy4000 Drip. This time use the setting
Little Dribbles with default settings.

Crop your tag layers. Add copyright 
information & name. Save as png.
Thanks for trying my tutorial.

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