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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, November 6, 2015

Night of the Witches




Supplies Used

 “Noche de Brujas” Bel Scrap (HERE)
 “Mix Fickle” (Name)
Mask 3 & 4 by Dee Mastrangelo (HERE)
Animation Shop 3
Eye Candy Bevel
Eye Candy Nature: Fire

Let's Begin!

Open mask and re-size by 900 x 900. Hold to the side.

Create a canvas 1200 x 1200. Add Corona (round frame) after a 45% decrease.

Add Fondo 2 to frame opening after a 35% decrease.

Open the wood pile (no shadow), re-size by 35% and add below the frame layer.

Open the brillos, re-size by 50 and add above the frame background. Position to your liking and erase excess.

Open the tree cluster, re-size by 40% and add to the canvas.

Open the Gato (cat), re-size by 35% and add to the canvas,

Open the black eyed susan, re-size by 25% and add below the cat. Erase excess.

Open the hojas (no shadow), mirror, re-size by 35% and add behind the black eyed susan.

Open Calabaza 1, re-size by 13% and add above the black eyed susan.

Open olla-s, re-size by 30% and add behind the tree layer.

Open the spider, re-size by 25% and then add above all layers; position on the tree for desired look.

Choose a paper of choice (mask 4) and paper 7 (mask 3), re-size by 30% and apply the chosen masks.

Drop shadow the purple mask, duplicate and mirror/flip. Merge together and then merge with the chosen paper.

Add a few gourds in various sizes above the mask layer.

Crop as close as you can to the mask layer.

Before DS, duplicate the logs for four layers. Name the top three “logs 1’” “log 2,” and “Logs 3.” DS very bottom layer.

Starting with the top log layer: effects > 8bf filter > Eye Candy Nature > fire > small campfire.

Do the same for the other log layers but hit random seed and direction (by 5) each time. Save.

Re-size and add your name and copyright (if it applies).

Add each frame (per log layer) into AS3.  You’ll have three frames. Frames should be at 30 in frame properties before applying optimization settings and saving.

Upload to a photo sharing site to enjoy.

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