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Pretty In Pink

Post by Janet on Sat Nov 08, 2008 9:34 am

Pretty in Pink



You will need a tube of your choice, I'm using one from PinupGirlClothing
the mask which will be posted at end of tutorial
my supplies
HERE
Take tube, mask into psp
Add gradients to your gradient folder

Open a new canvas 375 x 375
Flood fill with a gradient cvm_1074,

Copy/paste lilly as a new layer and put in place, like this





Add a drop shadow, these settings



Lower opacity to 50
New layer, flood fill with gradient mqc_paper
Layers/new mask layer/from image, from drop down arrow choose mask, dont invert it
On layer pallette, Right click on mask layer/delete, say yes to box that comes up
Right click on Group / ungroup layers
Copy/paste pinup girl as a new layer, put in place
Add a drop shadow, same as before but change colour to #808080
Layers/merge/merge all flatten
Image/add borders, these settings



Image/add borders, these settings



Click on white border with magic wand, fill with your dark gradient
Add an inner bevel, these settings



select none, add another black border same as before
Add new layers for your text, copyright and watermark
Merge visable all layers
You can stop now or carry on to animate

New layer, have foreground set to black, background on null
Click on pre-set shapes, these settings





Draw a rectangle, like this



Click on text tool,
Times new roman/size 60/background #c093a4/foreground null
Keep typing a "dot" till you have gone all the way around



Select none, Delete vector layer from layer pallette
Duplicate the dot layer, ajust brightness and contrast




Hide the duplicated layer, highlight the merged layer
Merge visable, save as 1 psp image
Hit the undo arrow
Hide original dot layer, unhide the copy
Merge visable, save as 2 psp image

Open Animation Shop
File/animation wizard, follow prompts and add your psp images
Ive set my speed to 100
If you are happy, save as a gif file



Mask



I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial

This tutorial was written by ©Janet on 15th September 2006.
Any resemblance to any other tutorial is purley coincidental.
You may Link to this tutorial, and / or print for your personal use only.
Please do not copy, rewrite, translate, place it (or Zip files)
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Last edited by Janet on Sat Nov 08, 2008 9:38 am; edited 2 times in total (Reason for editing : Missed a bit)

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