Moonlight and Roses

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Moonlight and Roses

Post by Janet on Tue Feb 10, 2009 9:16 am


You will need Almathera (puddle) plugin
A rose or flower of choice
The sunset piccie from "Sigz safe Tubes" supplied by our very own Joyce
(©️SigzSafeTubes) ( Thank You So Much Joyce)
I will post the piccie at end of tutorial.

This is simple, but repetative to do

Take Sunset and flower into psp.
On sunset piccie, duplicate, delete original to save quality.
Re-name this "water"
With lasso tool, draw loosly around the water

Duplicate this layer 3 times for a total of 4 frames
Hide the duplicated layers, Highlight the original
Effects / Almathera puddle, these settings

Hide Original layer, highlight copy
Add Almathera, same as before, but change scale to 56
Hide copy, highlight copy 2, Add Almathera, Scale 62
Hide copy 2, highlight copy 3, Add Almathera, scale 48
New Layer, (name it frames) selections / select all
Flood fill with black
Selections / modify / contract by 2, hit delete on keyboard
Select none
Effects, 3D effects / inner bevel, these settings

Effects, 3D effects, drop shadow, these settings

Repeat drop shadow, changing vertical and horizontal to minus 1
On layer pallette Duplicate the frame layer
Image / re-size to 90, move opacity down to 80
Duplicate this layer, resize to 80, move opacity down to 60
Duplicate this layer, resize to 80, move opacity down to 40
Hide all water layer and merge visable all frame layers, re-name frame
Adjust blur / gaussian blur by 2
Copy / paste rose as a new layer
Add a drop shadow, these settings

Add layers for Text, copyright and watermark
Hide all water layers,
Merge visable all other layers
Highlight the merged layer, unhide the original water layer
Merge visable, save as 1 psp image
Hit undo arrow
Hide original water layer, unhide copy of water
Merge visable, save as 2 psp image
Undo arrow, hide copy of water, unhide copy 2
Merge visable, save as 3 psp image
Do the same for last layer, saving as 4 psp image

Open Animation Shop
File / animation wizard, follow prompts and add your images
Ive set my speed to 25
If you are happy save as a gif file

I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial

This tutorial was written by ©️Janet on 3rd January 2008.
Any resemblance to any other tutorial is purley coincidental.
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