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Thursday, November 26, 2015

Dressed in Snow

Supplies Used

Tube by Zindy S D Nielsen (HERE)
“Dress in Snow” by Chili DesignZ (HERE)
“What I want for Christmas” (Name)
Mask by Becky (HERE)
Eye Candy Bevel
Eye Candy 5: Nature: Icicles
Vanderlee Snowflakes

Let's Begin!

Open paper 3 and re-size by 25%.

Open the tube and upsize by 900 height; sharpen by 4 and then add to the canvas.

Move the tube slightly to the left and DS both sides; merge with paper.

Apply the mask, add a new layer, flood-fill white and send to the bottom.

Erase excess and center in the canvas.

Open the branch, re-size by 20% and near the bottom left of the design. Duplicate, mirror and then rotate by -40.00. Move them together where the clean parts are and then merge.

(You should see both clean branches extending away for the branch bundles.)

Open the flower, re-size by 25% and add above the two branches. Re-size the 25% flower by 65% and hold.

Re-size greenery (blue stem) by 25% and add below the white flower layer. Rotate by 40.oo and then position; erase excess (if showing).

Open snowman, re-size by 20% and add below the white flower (left).

Add the new white flower: one above the snowman and one below the star.

Open the star, re-size by 20% and add below the small flowers; rotate slightly.

Add any special touches now and then crop or re-size to needed size. Stop and save now if you do not wish to animate.

On to Animation!

Merge mask/tube layer with white background. Add three layers above this.
Effects > 8bF filters > Vanderlee Snowflakes > Change amount to 125 > Maximum size 10 > snow colour to basic icy blue > ok.  (layer 1)

For layers 2 and 3, simply use the same settings and then click inside the slider bar to move the random up.

If you did not re-size before, do so now and add your name and copyright.

Add one behind the other in AS3. Change frame properties to 15. Add optimization settings and save. Upload to enjoy.

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