Sunday, 20 December 2009

Polar Playground



Artwork©Suzanne WoolcottYou can purchase suzannes work at gorjuss art Not to be used without a licence to do so.ScrapkitPolar Pals by DMK Designs Get it Here Animation Here

Open a new image 800 by 600
With your selection tool draw out a rectangle
Length Roughly 3/4 of the size of your Working image
Floodfill with white
Selections > Modify > Contract by 20 > Hit delete
Selections > Select None
Layers > Duplicate Click back to the original raster
Adjust > Hue & saturation > Hugh & SaturationLightness > -100

so the original is now black.
Adjust > Blur > gaussian Blur 1Merge visableEffects > Distortion effects > wave Horizontal Amplitude 1 Horizontal
Wavelength 41Vertical
Amplitude 1Vertical Wavelength 13
OK
Image > Resize by 80%
Magic wand inside the frame you have made
Selections > Modify > Expand by 5Copy and paste a paper of choice as a new layer
Hit delete & drag that layer beneath your frame in your layer palette.
making your background scene

Resize the elements to your liking and then paste as new layers
Paste then in the order you wish them to show
i pasted the igloo , then the Wooden sign, trees then the polar bears.
After each element add hit delete to remove excess.
Once all your elements are added Selections > Select None


Click on the Wooden sign and add some text.
click onto the top layer in your layer palette
Start to add your Tube and elements that are outside of the framework.
Once happy add your copyrights & name
.At this point crop to remove excess white around the tag
Now x out all the top layers in your layer palette one by one untill you have hidden all above the frame & the frame.
Now merge visable what is left showingcopy and paste in AS as new animation

Hit CTRL L 19 times
So you now have 20 frames
Go back to Psp X out the bottom Layer and unhide the top layers

MergeVisble Copy & Take to AS paste as new animation
Hit CTRL L 19 timesSo you now have 20 frames again
Edit > Select all
Minimise these frames

Now open the snowfal animation
Edit > Select all
Drag the snow from the first frame across to your background scene
Place Inside the perimeter of your scene
Go back to the empty animation frames
Edit > Undo DragAnd Drag once more to fill the rest of your scene.
Now maximise your frame layers

From the first layer drag across to your scene frames
Place accordignly
Optimise wizard and save as



©Tutorial by Sunf of sunfindulgence any resemblence to any other tut is coincidental

2 comments:

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CBH said...

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