Thursday, August 4, 2011

Wild Lioness

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This tutorial was written by Sharon on August 4, 2011
For more info read my TOU

Materials Needed
Scrapkit Cream here

The tube I used is by Anna Liwanag, you will need a license to use which you can purchase from PTE here

This tutorial is alot easier than it looks

Open a new transparent canvas 700x700, we will resize later

Paste frame 1 as a new layer
Resize to 40%
Using your pick tool, to near the bottom right
Using your magic wand click inside frame
Expand 5
Paste paper 20 into selection
Paste a close up tube as a new layer
Resize as needed to fit inside the frame
Invert your selection
Delete to remove excess tube
Merge down

Paste frame 1 as a new layer again
Resize to 110%
Paste your full size tube as a new layer
Move to the left
Move this layer to below the frame layer
Make sure the bottom of the legs are covered by the frame
Click inside the frame using your magic wand
Expand 5
Paste paper 12 as a new layer
Invert your selection
Move the paper layer to above raster 1

Activate the small framed area
Duplicate 11 times for a total of 12
On the 2nd from the top copy rotate right 30, hide
On the 3rd rotate right 60, hide
On the 4th rotate right 90, hide
On the 5th rotate right 120, hide
On the 6th rotate right 150, hide
On the 7th rotate right 180, hide
On the 8th rotate right 210, hide
On the 9th rotate right 240, hide
On the 10th rotate right 270, hide
On the 11th rotate right 300, hide
On the 12th rotate right 330, hide
Only the 1st one should be showing right now & is not rotated at all

Paste element 010b as a new layer
Resize to 25%
Position on top of the lions head
Add drop shadow

Resize all layers to 75%

Add your text, name & © info

Now for the animation part

Since you have all but 1 of the small frame layers hidden, merge visible, copy & paste into animation shop

Undo your merge
Hide the 1st small frame layer
Undhide the 2nd
Merge visible, copy & paste after current in animation shop

Repeat these steps until you have finished with the last one

Set frame properties at 60

Save a gif and you're all done!

I hope you enjoyed my tutorial!

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



Result by Dixie

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