Mysterieus

 

Needed

Bouquet-lory-sept

Image18Masquerade_LR-06-17-09

selectie_hokjes_wisdom_design

material


Foreground color c68dc1
Background color612133
Foreground gradient 45-3-linair


1

650x400
Flood fill with gradient

2

New raster layer
Select all

3

Copy Bouquet-lory-sept and paste into selection
Opacity on 47
Select none

4

Copy Image18Masquerade_LR-06-17-09 and paste as new layer
 

Image - resize 78% all layers not checked
Move her all the way to the right against the edge

5

Add borders 2 dark color

6

Image - resize 75%

Copy
Minimize this Image we are going to use it later

7

650x400
Flood fill with gradient

8

paste as new layer
don't tough any more
merge down

9

Image - Add borders 2 dark color

10

Add your watermark, not on the wide border
Merge down

11

New raster layer
selection - load from disk
selectie_hokjes_wisdom_designs
Flood fill with dark color
Selection - modify - contract with 2
Flood fill with gradient
Select none


12

Change your gradient to 45-3-linair- Invert checked

New raster layer
Selection - load from disk
  selectie_hokjes_wisdom_designs
Flood fill with dark color
Selection - modify - selection contract with 2
Flood fill with gradient
Select none


13

Put your foreground color back in your palette
Activate your text tool with these settings

Type your text
Convert to raster layer

14

Switch your colors
Dark color as foreground color
Activate your text tool again and click ok
Convert to raster layer
Put it exactly on your other text

15

Now you have 2 text layers en 2 layers with blocks and your background

16

Activate raster 3 , your first text layer
Layers - arrange - move down
Merge down

17

Activate your top layer, your second text layer
Merge down

18

Activate your bottom layer
and close your top layer
Copy merged

19

Open animation shop and paste as new animation

20

Back to PSP and close the middle layer and open your top layer
Copy merged

21

Back to animation shop paste after current frame

22

Edit - Select all
animation-frame properties on 25
Save as gif

 

This lesson was written on 17-6-2009 by Sandra

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