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Have a blessed Easter

Post by Janet on Wed Apr 08, 2009 3:03 pm

Have a Blessed Easter



You will need Penta.com filter
A tube of your choice or my misted image.
Thank you Penny for allowing me to share your images
with the copyright embeded on them.
Visit Penny's site to see more wonderful art. Links at end of tutorial.

Open a new canvas 400 X 400 transparent.
Flood fill with #a7caf4
New layer
With selection tool set to rectangle, draw one, like this



Flood fill with #709cc9.
Effects / penta.com / dots and crosses, These settings



Select none.
View Rulers
With your deformation ( pick ) tool, hold Ctrl down and move the bottom left node
so it is in line wth opposite corner, On ruler it should be approx 65. Both sides will move



Add an inner bevel, these settings



On layer pallette, Duplicate, Image flip
On layer pallette, duplicate, image, free rotate, rotate by 90% right, put in place
On layer pallette, duplicate, image mirror
Hide background layer and merge visable other layers.
Ajust / brightness and contrast, these settings



New layer. Select all, Selections / modify / contract by 18. Selections / invert
Flood fill with #81b4e3
Add an inner bevel, these settings



Select none
Copy / paste your tube as a new layer, re-size or trim off any bits you don't need.
Add a drop shadow, these settings



Its time now to add layers for your text and watermark
When you are happy, merge all visable
With lasso tool, draw loosley around cross on book.



On layer pallette, duplicate 3 times for a total of 4 layers.
Hide all copies, make sure original is unhidden and highlighted
Ajust / add noise, these settings



Hide original layer, unhide and highlight copy
Add noise but change noise settings to 18.
Hide copy, unhide and highlight copy 2
Add noise but change settings to 27
Hide copy 2, unhide and highlight copy 2
Add noise, but change settings to 36
Select none, Unhide all layers
File / save as / save to a folder

Open animation shop
File / open, find the folder you saved images to.
View animation, if you are happy, save as a Gif file

I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial

This tutorial was written by ©️Janet on 8th April 2009.
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Please do not copy, rewrite, translate, place it (or Zip files)


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blessed Easter supplies
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