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There are many ways to do all tags. I am just sharing my view of making the tag's I make... If you have a better way of doing a certain step, then by all means use your way. After all it is your tag centered around my tut... I would appreciate an occasional comment telling me what you think of the Tag, Tut, Kit, ect... This way I know what everyone likes and can improve... Thanks for understanding...

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LadyDragus

Sep 29, 2017

Fall Fox

Fall Fox


This tutorial is written in Corel X5 but any version should work, it’s written in hopes you have a working knowledge of Paint Shop Pro or other graphics program… This is not meant to copy or look likes your work, if it does its purely coincidental and unintentional…

I’m using a PTU kit
By Irish Princess Designs
Called FoxxFall

You can find the kit 

I am also using the matching tube
By Arthur Crowe


You can the tube alone 



Open a 725x725 tube
E12 c/p re-size by 75% pull to the middle of your tag…
E21 c/p leave it as it falls in the middle of the frame…
E1 c/p re-size by 45% pull to the middle right of your tag…
E18 c/p re-size by 55% rotate 45°to the left, pull to the bottom left of your tag…
Take the tube c/p re-size by 55% pull to the middle of your tag…
E13 c/p re-size by 30% pull to the right hand edge of your tag…
E10 c/p re-size by 15% pull to the left of fox…
E6 c/p re-size by 40% pull to sit in the front of the fox…
E5 using your selection tool (point by point) crop out the bottom log on the lower right re-size it by 40% pull to sit on left of oranges…
E19 flip vertical and re-size by 20% pull it to sit by the fox’s ears on his head…
E33 c/p re-size by 35% pull it to sit in front of oranges…
Make a new raster layer add your copyright and credit to kit maker add a saying and you’re done….

Thank you for reading my tutorial
©LadyDragus ~ September 2017


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