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Post by Janet on Wed Jan 07, 2009 6:06 am

Pretty Name



You will need an Elegant Font, I'm using Olde English Gothic
Also a tube if you wish to add one

Open a new canvas 450 x 300 white
Add a new layer, Click on text Tool
On Materials choose colour and pattern you are going to use
I'm using 5a5097 for forground and blue pattern fill for background
Have your stroke width set at three
If your using a finer font, Have the stoke width at 2
I have my font set to 90,
once again it may be different if using different font
Write your name


Selection / Modify / Contract, When the box comes up
Contract to one more than your stroke width was
I'll contract mine by 4



Effects / 3D effects / Inner Bevel. These settings



Selections / Select None
If you are adding a tube, now is the time to do it
Copy / paste your tube as a new layer.



Hide your white background, and merge visable the other two layers.
Duplicate this layer 3 times
Unhide white background.
Hide the top 3 layers and highlight Merged layer



Click on your Tube tool and find a sparkle you like
I'm using TJ White at size 15
I prefer a white background, If you do too, then
Duplicate the white background 3 times.
Hide all layers Except Raster 1 and merged
7
Layers Merge / Merge Visable
Hide that layer
Unhide and highlight copy of raster and Copy of Merged
8
Repeat with other layers
Unhide / highlight bottom layer, hide other layers.
With tube tool add small sparkles in each letter
( remember, there are 3 other layers to do so don't overdo it )
Hide bottom layer, unhide / highlight next layer, add sparkles, repeat with next two layers
Unhide All Layers, Save to a folder as a psp image
Open Animation Shop
File / Open
Find the folder you saved your images to.
Click on the image and it will open in Animation Shop
click on first frame, Hold Ctrl Key down and hit A to highlight all frames.
Veiw / Animation
I reset my speed to 15
If you are happy with yours
File / Save as
And your done

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