Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Silvery Moon

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This tutorial was written by Sharon A on April 17, 2012 & is copyright protected
For more info read my TOU

Supplies Needed
Lace here

Star here

Graphics Plus Cross Shadow
DSB Flux Bright Noise

The tube I used A World Of Possibilities (PTE4545) is by Deborah Grieves, you can purchase this tube from PTE here

The font I used is called Aquarelle
I used size 48 & 60

Open a new transparent canvas 700x700, we will resize later
Floodfill with a color from your tube
Add texture>fine canvas>default settings
Apply graphics plus cross shadow changing the 2 bottom #'s to 90
Apply dsb flux bright noise intensity 25, mix checked

Paste your lace as a new layer
Resize to 170%
Change layer properties to overlay

Duplicate & rotate right 30
Repeat until you have 6 lace layers

Paste your tube as a new layer
Resize as needed
Add drop shadow

Paste your star as a new layer
Position in the upper right corner
Add drop shadow
Change layer properties to luminance legacy
Duplicate, mirror & merge down
Duplicate, flip & merge down
Merge down again

Resize all layers to 70%

Add your text, name & © info


Hide all your lace layers except the top one
Merge visible
Copy & paste into animation shop

Undo your merge
Hide your top lace layer & unhide the 2nd one
Merge & paste after current in animation shop

Undo your merge
Hide your 2nd lace layer & unhide the 3rd
Merge visible & paste after current in animation shop

Keep doing this until all 6 frames are pasted

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 email it to me with ATT Sharon & the tut name in the subject line

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Result by Laura

Result by Kaye W

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