Saturday, August 27, 2011

Rion Rocks

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This tutorial was written by Sharon on August 27, 2011
For more info read my TOU

Supplies Needed
Template Rion Rocks by Dee here

Lace here

Graphic Plus Cross Shadow

The tubes I used are by Pinup Toons, you will need a license to use which you can purchase at CDO here

Open your template, shift D to duplicate & close original
Delete credit layer

Open up the lace
Copy and paste into animation shop
Effects>Insert Image Effect>Rotate
Length on 1.7
Frames per second on 6
Click ok
You'll have 11 frames
Select all
Set aside for now

Back to psp

Activate your bg layer
Floodfill with a brown pattern
Apply graphics plus cross shadow, default settings
Copy this layer and paste into animation shop
Multiply until you have 11 frames
Select all

Grabbing the lace by the first frame drag onto your background frames
Let go when you have it centered
View your animation
If you want it to rotate the other direction just reverse the frames
Resize animation to 525x525 pixels
Select all

Back to psp

Floodfill the white flower shapes with same pattern as above

Floodfill all black layers with a darker brown pattern, including the black word art layer
Add inner bevel to all these layers using bevel #2 width 30 (Dont add inner bevel on word art)
Add graphics plus cross shadow on these layers, same settings as above (except word art)

Activate the large grey rectangle
Floodfill with your first brown pattern
Repeat cross shadow

Activate the medium grey rectangle
Floodfill with a lighter brown pattern

Floodfill the grey circles with a dark brown pattern
Apply cross shadow

Merge the 3 word art layers
Add drop shadow

Resize all layers to 525x525 pixels

Add your © info and name

Delete the lace & background layers

Merge visible

Copy & paste into animation shop
Multiply until you have 11 frames
Select all
Grab your tag by the first frame and drag it onto your lace background frames
Let go once you have it in position

View your animation

Save as gif & you're all done!

I hope you enjoyed my tutorial

I would love to post your © compliant result, just email it to me with the tut name in the subject line


Result by Hilary

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