Maxine Gadd Drucilla Doll Tutorial

The image used in this tutorial is for example only. Anyone wishing to use the same image in your own personal creation MUST purchase it from Creative Design Outlet (CDO)and have the proper license from CDO for the usage of this image/tube.
The image being used in this tutorial is by Maxine Gadd

www.cdoestore.com

This Tutorial was written in November of 2012 for Creative Design Outlet (CDO)
Tutorial Written By Ladyhawwk Designs

Maxine Gadd's Full Sized Drucilla Doll
Multiple Layers, Multiple Packages

(Package 31)

Maxine Gadd and CDO have released an incredible multi package/multi layered tube package.
The "Drucilla" doll has various different accessory packages that you can get and turn your tube into 100's of individual tubes.

Each Package comes with a Drucilla Doll and you can start mixing and matching to create your own very unique tube. The possibilities are endless and you'll have hours of fun creating your own tube for that special project you're working on.

The samples below are just 4 samples of what you can do with these packages and I have indicated below what packages I used to get the end result that I did. 

I am going to use Example #3 when writing this tutorial.


Let's Get Started

For this tutorial you will need;

For This tutorial I am going to use the Sample #3 Doll

You will need;

* MaxineGadd-Package-31-FS-Skirts-bustiers-cinchers-corsets which you can get from CDO HERE

* MaxineGadd-Package-31-FS-Facial which you can get from CDO HERE

*  MaxineGadd-Package-31-FS-Accessories which you can get from CDO HERE

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You can see ALL the packages HERE

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Some things you should know about the packages before you start.

* All files are saved in PSD format.  PSD file extensions will open up in PSP. If you are having trouble opening a PSD file in PSP Do the following in PSP;

Along your top tool bar go up to "File - Preferences - File Format Associations" and check the box beside "PSD Photoshop" then click "ok"

When you open up one of the files in PSP if you look on your layer palette you will see that the visibility on all layers except for a few are turned off.  In order to see the different items on each layer when you go to pick out what you'd like to use you just need to click on the eye to the left on that particular layer.  You will see there is a red line through the eye which indicates that layer is hidden (visibility is off) the layers that are open (visibility is on) have no red line through the eye.  To show the visibility of a layer with a red line through the eye, take your mouse and just click on the eye and you will see the red line disappear and on your canvas you will see that item now showing.

For example below you can see on the layer palette to the right the red hair that is showing in the preview on the layer palette has NO red line through the eye.  The other layers that have the red line through the eye do not show on the preview.


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ON TO THE TUTORIAL .....

1. Open a new canvas 800 x 800 transparent background 72dpi.

2.  Open up the Skirts-Bustiers-Cinchers-Corsets package and open up the main  MaxineGadd_Skirts-bustiers-cinchers-corsets psd file in PSP.

3. On your layer palette click on your "Raster 1"  layer (which is your doll layer) and Go up to your top tool bar "Edit - copy", go back to your new canvas and click on it to make it active then Go up to your top tool bar "edit - paste as a new layer" on to your main canvas your doll.

(see print screen below for what I have now)


4. Go back to your Skirts-bustiers-cinchers-corsets psd file and click on it to make it active then choose what skirt you'd like to use by clicking on it, on your layer palette (I used Raster Layer 75)  Go up to your top tool bar  and "Edit - copy", then go back to your new canvas and click on it to make it active then Go up to your top tool bar "edit - paste as a new layer". With your mover tool. move the skirt in place to match up with your doll

(see my print screen below for what I've done)

5.  Go back to your Skirts-bustiers-cinchers-corsets psd file and click on it to make it active then choose what top you'd like to use by clicking on it, on your layer palette (I used Raster Layer 54)  Go up to your top tool bar  and "Edit - copy", then go back to your new canvas and click on it to make it active then Go up to your top tool bar "edit - paste as a new layer". With your mover tool  move the top in place to match up with your doll


(see my print screen below for what I've done)




You are now done using the Skirts-bustiers-cinchers-corsets psd file and can close it in PSP. 


6.  Open up the Facial package and open up the following PSD files from that package in PSP

* DuoChromeLips

* GlitterEyeShadow

* ContactLenses

7.  We will start with the Contact Lenses File so click on that to make it active.  On your layer palette click on whatever layer (colored contacts) you'd like to use.  I used  "Raster 25"  layer  and Go up to your top tool bar "Edit - copy", go back to your new canvas and click on it to make it active then Go up to your top tool bar "edit - paste as a new layer"With your mover tool  move the contacts into place over the eyes of your doll.

You are now done using the Contact Lens psd file and can close it in PSP. 


8. Click on the Glitter Eye Shadow psd file  to make it active.  On your layer palette click on whatever layer (colored eyeshadow) you'd like to use.  I used  "Raster 6"  layer  and Go up to your top tool bar "Edit - copy", go back to your new canvas and click on it to make it active then Go up to your top tool bar "edit - paste as a new layer"With your mover tool  move the eyeshadow into place above the eyes of your doll.


You are now done using the Glitter Eye Shadow psd file and can close it in PSP. 


9. Click on the Duo Chrome Lips psd file  to make it active.  On your layer palette click on whatever layer (colored lips) you'd like to use.  I used  "Raster 105"  layer  and Go up to your top tool bar "Edit - copy", go back to your new canvas and click on it to make it active then Go up to your top tool bar "edit - paste as a new layer"With your mover tool  move the colored lips into place over the lips of your doll.

You are now done using the Duo Chrome Lips psd file and can close it in PSP.  

(see my print screen below for what my doll looks like to this point)





10.  pen up the Accessories package and open up the following PSD files from that package in PSP

* Gloves-Armlets

* Jewelry

*Wigs-Hairpieces

11. We will start with the Gloves-Armlets File so click on that to make it active.  On your layer palette click on whatever layer (gloves) you'd like to use.  I used  "Raster 10"  layer  and Go up to your top tool bar "Edit - copy", go back to your new canvas and click on it to make it active then Go up to your top tool bar "edit - paste as a new layer"With your mover tool  move the gloves into place over the arms and make sure it lines up nicely with the fingers of your doll.

You are now done using the Gloves-Armlets File psd file and can close it in PSP.


12.  Click on the Wigs-Hairpieces psd file  to make it active.  On your layer palette click on whatever layer (hairpiece or wig ) you'd like to use.  I used  "Raster 75"  layer  and Go up to your top tool bar "Edit - copy", go back to your new canvas and click on it to make it active then Go up to your top tool bar "edit - paste as a new layer"With your mover tool  move the hair into place making sure to line up the hair with the right ear as well.


You are now done using the Wigs-Hairpieces psd file and can close it in PSP.

13.  Click on the Jewelry psd file  to make it active.  On your layer palette click on whatever layer (earrings) you'd like to use.  I used  "Raster 9"  layer  and Go up to your top tool bar "Edit - copy", go back to your new canvas and click on it to make it active then Go up to your top tool bar "edit - paste as a new layer"With your mover tool  move the earrings into place so they look like they're dangling from the bottom of your doll's ears.

You are now done using the Jewelry psd file and can close it in PSP.


14. Go over to your layer palette and "right click" on any layer and "merge" then "merge visible"

15.  Add the artist copyright information (Maxine Gadd) and save as a jpg or png file

You can obtain Maxine Gadd's correct copyright information from the CDO store HERE

Your doll is now COMPLETE!



In closing remember that copyright ALWAYS has to be put on every doll you're making and that copyright goes to Maxine Gadd.  The possibilites with these packages are endless as some of the packages have up to

121 Layers and that's just 1 package (hairpieces - wigs package). 


I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial and it will assist you in making your many tubes from these packages.

If you have any questions regarding this tutorial or you can email me at

CDOTutorials@ladyhawwkdesigns.com

~Ladyhawwk~

Take a look at just a very few of the many different looks you can get from these awesome packages.




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