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Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Owl Be Seeing You

I wrote this tutorial on July 8, 2014 using Paint.Net and for those who have working knowledge of Paint.Net.  Any similarity to another tutorial is purely coincidental.

 Supplies Used 

Elements: 2 FTU Elements by Crafted by Gina, which can be found HERE and HERE.
Font of Choice:  “Wolf in the City” by Maelle K, which can be found here. I also used Segoe UI Light for my license tag.
Quote: by Lord Alfred Tennyson, which you can pick up HERE. Font use was “Got that Bling NF”, found HERE.
Xero: Pasteillse
Eye Candy : Impact : Bevel (for name)
DSB Flux : Bright Noise
Animation Shop 3

 Lets' Begin! 

Create a new canvas of 600x250. Name your design and save in *psd.

Open your branch, mirror and resize by 525 width. Add this to your canvas.

Open the paper and resize by 602 width. Add this above your white background and pull upwards until some of the green shows. Flip white background. Lower opacity of paper to 135 and duplicate.

On the upper paper, add the below Xero Pastellise settings and then lower this opacity to 100.

Add a layer above all layers and add this colour code to your colours box: 68AA6A. Effects > Render > Border > 6 thickness > ok.

Duplicate border and add this colour to your colours box: D6B89C. Outline the second border layer with this colour. Drop shadow this layer when ready.

Above your branch layer, add the word art. Outline and drop shadow to your liking.

Drop shadow all layers and add your name now.

Duplicate your border layer 3x and add your choice of DSB Flux bright noise to your liking. Mine are 35 - 55 – 75 on mix.

Once complete: Edit > Select All > Edit > Copy merged and add as a new animation to AS3. Go back to PDN, hide the first layer and repeat the process. Do this until all layers are in AS3.

Select all in AS3, hold shift + z to apply your optimization settings and then save. Upload to a photo sharing site to enjoy!

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