Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Evil Andy Ann-PTU

This tutorial was written of my own design. Any similarities to any other tutorial is purely coincidental.

SUPPLIES

Kit: I am using Evil Andy Ann by Black Widow Creationz. This kit is exclusive to Scraps and The City. You can purchase this kit here.
Tube of choice: I am using the matching tubes by Gary Rudisill. You must have a license to use this artwork. 
Template #384 by Missy from Divine Intenionz here.
Font of choice
Mask of choice: I am unsure of where this mask came from. If you know or it's yours please let me know, so proper credit can be given. 
Animation Shop and basic knowledge of how to work AS
Mura Meister Copies
Eye Candy 4000 Fat

ELEMENTS
6
7
9
10
11
13
23
25
35
37
43

PAPERS
2
4
7
9
12
15

DOWNSIZE ELEMENTS TO YOUR LIKING
DELETE TEMPLATE LAYERS AS YOU GO
ADD DROP SHADOWS AS YOU GO

Let's Get Started

Open template
Delete layers 2,1, 8 & 14
Highlight layer 12 
Selections-Float-Defloat
Open paper 4
C/P to workspace
Selections-Invert
Hit delete key
Selections-None

Highlight layer 13
Selections-Float-defloat
Open paper 7
C/P to workspace
Selections-Invert
Hit Delete key
Selections-None

Highlight the copy of layer 13
Follow steps above using same paper

Highlight Layer 15
Selections-Float-Defloat
New Raster Layer
Flood fill black
Selections-None

Highlight layer 3
Selections-Float-Defloat
Open paper 2
C/P to workspace
Selections-Invert
Hit Delete Key
Selections-None

Highlighter layer 6
Selections-Float-Defloat
Open paper 9
C/P to workspace
Selections-Invert
Hit delete
Selections- None

Repeat above steps for Copy of layer 6

Highlight layer 5
Selections-Float-Defloat
Open paper 15
C/P to workspace
Selections-Invert
Hit delete key
Selections-None

Highlight Layer 17
Selections-Float-Defloat
New raster layer
Flood fill with color of choice
Selections-None
Apply a texture

Highlight Layer 9
Selections-Float-Defloat
New raster
Flood fill with color of choice
Selections-None
Apply Eye Candy Gradient Glow

Highlight layer 16
Selections-Float-Defloat
New Raster layer
Flood fill with color of choice
Selections-None

Hightlight layer 11
Selections-Float-Defloat
New raster
Flood fill with color of choice
Selections-None
Add a texture

Highlight Layer 4
Use the same steps above

Highlight the layer you just flood filled
Selections-Float-Defloat-Modify-Select Selections Border-3
New Raster
Flood fill with color of choice
Selections-None
Apply Eye Candy Gradient Glow

Now open your tube of choice
C/P to workspace
Drag below layer 9
Downsize to liking
Duplicate tube
Mirror tube
Now highlight layer 9
Selections-Float-Defloat
Highlight Original tube layer
Selections-Invert
Hit delete
Highlight duplicate tube layer
Selections-Invert
Hit Delete
Selections-None
Change blend mode to luminance legacy on both tubes

Open second tube
C/P to workspace
Position into place
Open your elements and place to your liking
I used the Mura Meister's on my stitches and used the line to create a line of stitches.

Open paper 12
C/P to workspace
Drag to the very bottom
Apply your mask

Resize tag to your liking
Add your copyright info
Add your name, but hide this layer for now

Hide the original tube you placed below layer 9
Copy/Merged

Take over to animation shop and paste as new layer
Back to PSP
Hide the copy of the tube below layer 9 and unhide the orignial
Copy merged
Take over to animation shop and paste after current frame
Back to PSP and Hide the orignal tube and unhide the copy
Copy Merged
Take over to animation shop and paste after current frame.
While in animation
Highlight the first frame
Effects-Image transition
Use the following settings
Now highlight frame 33 and apply the same effect as above.
You should now have a total of 65 Frames
Edit-Select-All
View-Animation
Make sure it's to your liking
Save without a name as a mng file
Later you can open and add names without redoing all animation
Back to PSP
Unhide your name layer
Copy
Back to animation shop
Paste as new animation
Duplicate till you have 65 frames
Edit-Select All
Right Click-Copy
Now Paste into your tag by 
Right click-Paste-Into selected frame
View your animation again to make sure all is well
Save your tag as a gif. 

I hope this wasn't to confusing. 
Happy Creating!!

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