Saturday, March 31, 2012

Lilac Fairy

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This tutorial was written by Sharon A on Mar 31 2012 & is copyright protected
For more info read my TOU

Supplies Needed
Flower here

Lilac here

Xero Porcelain
Graphics Plus Cross Shadow

The tube I used Lilac is by Sara Butcher, you can purchase this tube from CDO here

The name of the font I used is King Things Willow
I used size 60 for the text & size 48 for my name afer resizing 

Open new transparent canvas 940x400, we will resize later
Floodfill with a color from your tube
Effects>texture effets>texture>fine canvas>scale 50>depth 3
Apply graphics plus cross shadow, change the bottom 2 #'s to 65

Paste lilacs as a new layer
Resize to 110%
Add drop shadow
change layer properties to overlay

Paste your tube as a new layer
Resize as needed
Position on one side
Add drop shadow
Duplicate & mirror

Duplicate 2 times
Apply xero porcelain, click on the random button until you see something you like
Repeat on the other 2 layers
Rename these layers to A1, A2 & A3

Activate your other tube layer and change layer properties to lighten

Paste the floral corner as a new layer
Positon in a corner
Add drop shadow
Duplicate & mirror
Merge down
Dupicate & flip
Merge down
Merge down again

Resize all layers to 70%

Add your text, name & © info


Hide animation 2 & 3
Merge visible
Copy & paste into animation shop

Undo your merge
Hide animation 1 & unhide #2
Merge & paste after current in animation shop

Undo your merge
Hide animation 2 & unhide #3
Merge visible & paste after current in animation shop

View your animation

Save as gif & you're all done!

I hope you enjoyed my tutorial

Your comments are very much appreciated either here on this post or on the chat box.  I've made it easy for you to post on this tut by turning off the requirement of having to type in a confirmation code

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

You'll find my email blinkie on your left 


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