Wednesday, 16 November 2011

Naughty Girl Forum set

 To view the animation click here
Naughty girl
Tutorial written by and © to Bits N Bobs 16th November 2011.
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Supplies needed.
Font of choice for your name.
I am using Bickley Script Plain and Nueva Std Cond
Tube of  choice.
I am using  one  by Nicholas Garton
Mine is NG0017- Sexy Santa and available at UpYourArt
Tube is not to be used without the correct licence.

Plugins needed.
 Xero Fritilliary under freeware you want the full 40 plugin pack.

Note
This tutorial was written in PSP 9 and needs animation shop for the animation.
Open all supplies in paintshop except the font.
Double click on your fonts and minimize.


1. Open a new image, 600 w x 200 h at 72 dpi.
Select your flood fill bucket.
Select a colour from your tube and flood fill your image.
I have used #de383e
Copy your tube and paste as a new layer.
Layers/ duplicate layer, close the duplicated layer.
Position the first tube layer in the center of your image.
Effects/ reflection effects/ Pattern


2. Re - name this layer to frit 1
Layers/ duplicate layer, Re - name this layer to frit 2
Layers/ duplicate layer, Re - name this layer to frit 3
Activate frit 1.
Effects/ plugins/ xero/ fritilliary

Activate frit 2
Effects/ plugins/ xero/ fritilliary same settings but
this time change the variation to 28.
Activate frit 3
Effects/ plugins/ xero/ fritilliary same settings but
this time change the variation to 29.

3. Open the duplicated tube layer.
Layers/ duplicate layer, close the duplicated layer.
On your open tube layer, effects/ texture effect/ mosaic antique

Layers/ properties and change the layer blend mode to Luminance ( legacy)

4. Open the closed duplicated tube layer.
Position to your liking.
Add a drop shadow.
I am using H3, V3, O100, B15, colour #000000
Close all but the top 2 layers.
Layers/ merge/ merge visible.
Re-name this layer to tube layer.

NOTE:
If you do not want to animate then add your copyright info, text, name and save.
Then move on to part 7 for the avatar.

Animation steps.
5. Close the tube layer.
Open the bottom layer and frit 1. Activate frit 1.
Edit/ copy merged. Open animation shop.
Edit/ Paste as a new animation Back to painstshop.
Close frit 1. Open and activate frit 2. Edit/ copy merged.
In animation shop edit/ paste/ paste after current frame. Back to painstshop.
Close frit 2. Open and activate frit 3. Edit/ copy merged.
In animation shop  edit/ paste/  paste after current frame.
Back to painstshop. Close all layers, open and activate your tube layer.
Edit/ copy and go back to animation shop. Edit/ paste as a new animation.
Edit/ copy and minimise. Activate the 3 frame image. Edit/ Select all,
Edit/ propogate paste, edit/ paste/ paste into selected frame.

6. In paintshop add a new raster layer to your tube.
Create your name, text and add your copyright info.
Edit/ copy and go back to animation shop. Edit/ paste as a new animation.
Edit/ copy and minimise. Activate the 3 frame image. Edit/ Select all,
Edit/ paste/ paste into selected frame.
View/ Animation if you like it save it.

7. Open a new image for your avatar.
I am using 150x150 at 72 pixels per inch.
Open all layers on the main image we were working on.
Position the layers to your liking.
Edit/ Copy merged,  paste as a new layer onto your avatar image.
Position and re-size to your liking, Image/ mirror.
Layers/ add new raster layer.
With your paintbrush paint a line about 3 pixels wide around the
entire outer edge if the image.
Add a drop shadow if you want one
Layers/ merge/ merge visible.
Remember for the copyright info to add © Artists name and your licence number.

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