Sunday, July 18

Happy Birthday America


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Tube of choice,I am using Keith Garvey,which you can purchase here,do not use unless you have a license to do so.



Scrapkit is Happy Birthday America by Stacey at Staceys Designs here and you can purchase it here. Love this kit Stacey,thank you!



Animation Shop(optional)



Alien Skins Xenofex 2 Constellation,you can get the trail version here.



Font of choice.




~This tutorial was written assuming you have working knowledge of PSP~



Open a new 550 x 600 white canvas.


Paste frame/image/free rotate/rotate to the right 90 degrees/click inside frame with your magicwand/selections/modify/expand by 5.


Paste paper 5 below frame layer/position/selections/invert/delete/deselect.


Highlight white background layer/paste firework/layers/duplicate 3 times/position,see my tag for reference/right click on copy 3 of firework/merge/merge down to first fire work layer/layers/duplicate 2 times/rename f1,f2 and f3/we will come back to these shortly.


Paste/position following:


String stars/resize 20%

Blue star/resize 50%/edit/repeat resize

Repeat with hat

Firecracker/resize 50%

Repeat with USA block

Paste tube/resize if desired


Apply dropshadow of choice to all layers except f1,f2 and f3 layers


Image/resize all layers 15%


Add copyrights


Add name


If not animating/layers/merge/merge visible/save.


To animated:


Highlight f1 layer/effects/alien skins constellation:
Star size: 10.00
Size Variation: 60
Overall Star Density 45
Overdrive: 70
Twinkle Amount: 65
Twinkle Rotation: 68
Mark keep orginal image
Random Seed: 1
ok


Repeat on f2 and f3 layers,clicking on random seed 1 time on each layer.
 
Highlight f1 layer/hide 2&3/edit/copy merged.


Take to AS and paste as a new animation.


Back to psp,hide f1,unhide and highlight f2/edit/copy merged/paste in AS after current frame/repeat with f3 layer.


Save as gif.


Hope you enjoyed my tut :)


Hugs,Mary

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