Thursday, January 14, 2010

Twilight Babe Tutorial

You will need:

A sitting tube preferably
ScrapKit from ©SophistaicatedScraps
Scroll down till you see the download link for 'Twilight'
Plugin Filters:
Xenofex 2-Constellation
FilterFactory-M-Explosive Blurr

New white canvas 700x700 - we will crop down at the end.

Copy & paste Twilight-Frame-2 as a new layer
Resize 80% Bicubic-all layers unchecked.

Magic Wand-Freehand Selection - draw around the frame

Copy & paste Twilight Paper3 as a new layer - resize 65% Bicubic,
all layers unchecked. Selections-Select None. Move paper layer under frame layer.

Adjust-Blur-Gaussian Blur 35 - Effects-Plugins-FilterFactory-M-Explosive Blur
with these settings

Duplicate this layer 3 times, to give you 4 layers. Cross out the eyes on top 3 layers
having bottom blurred layer active

Plugin Filters-Xenofex2-Constellation with these settings

Next layer up, uncross the eyes, making it active. Cross out the eyes on other
layer - Xenofex2-Constellation, click Random. Do this for the other 2 layers.

Make the frame layer active (top layer), copy & paste Twight Doodle2 as a new layer.
Resize 60% Bicubic- all layers unchecked - Flip-Mirror. Place Doodle lower left of frame.
Duplicate-Mirror-Flip, placing it top of frame, right side. Merge Down these 2 layers.
Give them this Drop Shadow

Copy & paste your tube as a new layer. Give the tube the same Drop Shadow.

Add your name & correct copyright.

Crop Tool - crop around to rid most of the white background

Resize around the 72% Bicubic-All layers checked this time

I Merged Downn all top layers till I got to the Blurred Paper layers


Have your bottom Blurred layer active - Copy Merged - Animation Shop - Paste as a New Animation
Back to PSP - cross out the eyes on that layer & make next layer active, uncrossing the eyes. Copy Merged,
back to AS - Paste After Currant Frame. Do this for the other 2 Blurred Layers.
You should have 4 frames in your AS

Click Ctrl + A to Select All - Animation-Frame Properties 15.
Save as a Gif

This tutorial was written by ©Kate on 16th January 2010.
Any resemblance to any other tutorial is purely 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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