How To Add PDN Layers HERE. I do it the first way every time. PDN/PSP Plugins that I use a lot are located HERE.

Friday, June 19, 2015

Azul Snowflakes

Supplies Used

Winter Sweeties by Ankie Linder (HERE)
“OScraps train part” by Designs by LK (HERE)
“Autograf” (Name)
Mask 47 / set 6 by Brutal Designs (HERE)
Eye Candy Bevel
Animation Shop 3

Let's Begin!

Create a canvas 800x800. Name and save as a *psd.

Open paper of choice, apply the mask, duplicate (then merge) and add to the canvas.

Open frame 1, apply over the mask layer and pull to the right.

Open paper 6, place behind the frame and erase the excess.

Open the chosen tube and add to the left of the frame without resizing.

Open the second tube, mirror, upsize by 125% and add below the frame layer; erase excess.

Open wreath 1 and apply above all layers then position at the bottom. Erase excess tube.

Apply the candy canes over the wreath layer and centre in the star. Use the rotation below.
Open the cluster, add below the wreath layer, DS then duplicate, mirror and merge.

Open the bow of choice, flip and add above the candy canes.

Open angel 2 and add above the frame layer.

Duplicate frame. In the upper frame, Click inside of the frame with the magic wand and apply the glass settings below. DS the lower frame then erase the frame opening and merge.
Open the pine cone and add below the wreath 1 layer.

Resize to your liking. Apply the name and copyright. Save under the same name but as an animation.

Add three new layers above the mask layer. Use the Vanderlee Snowflakes settings shown below.
On the next two layers, stay with the same settings, but 100 on the second (random seed) and 755 for the last.

Apply a tight, light DS to the snow. Using an eraser set on 95 at 45%, go around the mask area of each snow layer to keep it in the dark blue area.

Open AS3. Hide the upper two layers of the snow and then copy merged into AS3. Apply the other layers in order.

While on the first frame: Edit > Select All > Animation > Frame Properties > 120 > Ok. Apply optimization settings.

Upload to a photo sharing site to enjoy.

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