Lesson 15

 

 

 

Materiaal : roos

 

Material: 2 tubes from myself, 1element flower
Masks: Narah
Filters: Adjust variations-Medhi-Sorting-Tiles
Selections: 1
Foreground: # fafbf9
Background: # d9bfdf
-1-
Open a new transparent image of 900 x 650 px.
Fill with the background color.
New raster layer and fill with foreground color.
-2-
New mask layer from image and choose Narah-Mask-1211.
Layers Merge group.
Layer-Merge down.
-3-
Plugins-Adjust variations.


Click 2 x on darker.
Plugins-Medhi-Sorting-Tiles.


Duplicate the layer.
Free Rotate-90-links.
Effects-edge effects.
Layer-Merge down.
-4-
New raster layer.
Selection-load selection from disk sel-01-les-15-2018-Henry.
Copy Rooskestube-Orchid-in pot and paste into selection.
Effects-texture effects-mosaic glass.


-5-
Duplicate layer.
Image-free rotate.


Activate the original layer of the selection and do free rotate but check now links to.
Activate top layer.
Do merge down twice.
Duplicate the merged layer and mirror.
Layer-Merge down.
Move it slightly upwards. See my crea.
Set the layer opacity to 61.
-6-
Copy Rooskestube-flower-25.
Paste as new layer.
Drop shadow 8- -32,67 8-28-black.
-7-
Copy the flower SElement10 and paste as new layer.
74% resize. Put them as in my example.
Duplicate and slide apart.
Layer-Merge down.
Drop shadow as in point 6.
Give another brink of 2px foreground color.
Create your design custom and put your name on it.
-8-
Edit copy in animation shop paste as new animation.
Open in animation shop the bling.
Duplicate your creation to as many frames as the bling.
Select all.
Select all, copy your bling.
To your design and paste into selected frame paste on the flower,
Repeat this for the 2the flower.
Save your work as Gif.
So that was it again. I hope you enjoyed the lesson.

This lesson is with a lot of work and love written by me.
Some resemblance to other classes is purely coincidental.
Do not copy or rewrite without my written permission.

 

Copyright Rooske.
With many thanks to the tube makers of this lesson.
A lot of thanks to Bianca and Wieske for testing of this lesson.

 



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