Sunday, June 20, 2010

Bad Ass

This Tutorial was written in psp 9 and animation shop but is compatible in any version.
Supplies used in this Tutorial
Tube is the art of Keith Garvey which you must obtain a license to use his art.
You can purchase this here.
Template is by Missy of Divine Intentionz it is #335 get this here.
Fonts used Century Gothic and Bickham Script pro.
All other supplies are from the kit In The Family by KNC Scraps.
You can purchase this here or here.
Road animation I had found off the net, If this is yours please let me know so I can give proper credit or remove Right Click to save.

Let's get started
Open up your template and remove your copyright information and word art if desired.
Remove the background layer as well.
Open up your city and resize this to fit your template.
Place this as your bottom layer. Add a shadow of choice to the city.
Next Click inside of the 2 rectangle layers with your magic wand tool.
Add a new raster layer and flood fill with a background or color of your choice.
Next on your layer palette click on the Dotted line layer and go to selections select all float defloat. Add a new raster layer and flood fill these with a color of choice.
Click on each half circle and do the same step as above.
Click on your two side circles and follow the same step once again.
Next click inside of your circle layer and add a new raster layer.
Flood fill with black.
Place your tubes and elements where you desire.
Add a shadow of choice to each of your elements.
Add your text and copyright to your tag.
Do not add your tube yet.
Merge visible layers and copy and paste your tag into animation shop.
Once in animation shop make a total of 4 frames for your tag.
Then go to edit select all.
Open up your tube in AS and do the 4 frames. Edit select all.
Open up your animation and go to edit select all copy and paste this into the circle in the middle of your tag.
Place your tube where desired on your tag and save your tag as a gif.
You are done, I hope you enjoyed this Tutorial.

No comments:

Post a Comment