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« on: December 13, 2011, 02:34:38 am »



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This tut was written on December 12, 2011
It is written using PSPX2; I'm sure the same effects are available in other versions.

SUPPLIES
A tube.
An Animated Snow Ani (not necessary)
I'm using the work of Sue Miller found HERE.
You need to purchase a license to use this work from UP YOUR ART.
I also applied a texture (Suz Wintertexture 1) from Suz's Tutorials


The following filters:

MuRa's Meister - Copies
Alien Skin Eye Candy - Nature - Icicles

Font of choice (I'm using "Majestic")


Let's begin!


Open a new image, 600x250.

Paste with your tube of choice.

Then use MuRa's Meister - Copies - Wallpaper Rotate - Default Settings

Adjust - Motion Blur - set on 45 Angle - 100 %

Image - Mirror then  Image - Flip

Adjust - Motion Blur - again

Image Mirror - Image Flip - again

Adjust - Motion Blur

Image Mirror then Image Flip

Effects - Edge Effects - Enhance Edges - twice  (all done to the same layer)

I also applied a texture

Copy and paste your tube - resize if necessary

Crop your tag to 600 X 250

My tube wasn't nice and clear so I do this and it softens some art (it isn't needed on all)

Adjust - Digital Camera Noise Removal at the settings below.




Right click on your layers with the bottom Raster Layer 1 activated - Arrange - Move to Top

Fill with a color of your choice - select all - Selections - Modify - Contract - 3 - Delete - Select None

Alien Skin Eye Candy - Nature - Setting - Small, Ice on Selection (only on the frame we just made), and my numbers were below.
This is your project - so use the settings you like.



I picked the texture I wished to use - the wintertexture 1, it is the one in blue with snowflakes, but you are free
to use any texture of your choice.

Then copied and pasted it on top of my bottom layer.  Then changed the blend mode to Hard Light, but you
can choose a blend of your choice.  Or not even use a texture - the bottom example doesn't have a texture to it.

Crop your Image 600 X 250

Add your Copyrights and your Name.


Animating

Open up your Snow animation in Animation Shop

Resize your Snow Animation - to 600 pixels to do this:

Edit - Select All - Animation - Resize Animation

Choose Pixel size to 600 width and make sure the Maintain Aspect Ration Box is checked.

Then Click OK

Go to PSP and activate the bottom layer - copy

Back to Animation Shop - paste as a New Animation

Hold down Control and press and keep pressing "L" until you have the same amount of
frames as your Snow Animation has.

Select All

Activate your Snow Animation and Select All - Copy

Go back to your background - make sure you have Selected All

Then Edit - Paste - Into Selected Frames - click once in the middle to place your animation.

Go back to PSP and hide the bottom layer.

Edit - Copy Special - Copy Merged

Go back to Animation Shop and Paste as a New Animation

Go to Edit - Push the Propagate Paste button

Now click on your Background with Snow - paste into Selected Frame (always the first frame)

Go to View and view your animation - make sure everything is the way you wish it to be.

Then hit the F12 button and save your animation.





Here is another example, using the work of Zlata_M:  You need to purchase a license
to use this work from Pics For Design.






« Last Edit: June 30, 2012, 09:29:27 pm by ToilGirl_Beverly » Report Spam   Logged


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