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    This tutorial was written by Kitty on December 1, 2007. Any resemblance to any other tutorial is coincidental and un-intended.This is my work, please do NOT copy it. It is registered with TWI.This was written in PSP X and assumes you have a working knowledge of PSP.
    I am using my favorite artist, Anthony Guerra. Please do not use his work without a license. You may get both at CILM.
    SUPPLIES: you will need a mask of choice - the one i used is courtesy of Zuzzanna
    The silver charm is from Rainbow Coffi at PSP Playground. You can join for free to get this tube.
    Bow of choice.
    Plug In used:Eyecandy 5 Textures, fur
    Lets Begin!
    Open a 600x600 white image.
    New raster layer, flood fill with a color matching your tube ( I used b3d3e0). Go to Layers>Load mask from disk and find your mask. Source Luminance, fit to layer, invert checked, hide all mask. Click ok. Merge group.
    Now take your selection tool and select the filled center of the mask. (see my tag). Apply eyecandy 5 fur using these settings :
    Now duplicate your mask layer twice, for a total of three.On the first layer, go to DSB Flux, bright noise set at 30. Click mix once.On your second layer, click mix twice.On your third layer click mix 3 times.
    Add your tube and place where you like.
    Now add your charms and bows. On my charm, I duplicated it for the color intensity only. Just duplicate and leave them on top of each other. Add a drop shadow to both charm and bows. 1, 1, 55, 3.
    Now add your saying. You may use mine or anything you wish. I used the font Soul Deep with the same color as my mask layer. Then I added a inner bevel and gradient glow in 3, white, fat.
    Now add your copyright. Make sure it is clear and legible!!
    Add your name, using same font if you wish. Again apply the inner bevel and the gradient glow. Add a drop shadow.
    Time to animate.
    Hide your two duplicate mask layers.Copy merged into AS.Come back and hide your first layer and unhide your second. Copy merged in to AS.Repeat.
    View animation. Happy?
    Save as a GIF!
    Hope you enjoyed creating!
    ęKitty, December 1, 2007
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