Pretty In Pink

This tutorial was written by me aka Designs By Lynne.
Any resemblance to other lessons or tutorials is purely coincidental and unintentional.
Please do not repost this tutorial to the web or any other group without my express written permission.
Please do not attempt to change this tutorial in any way or claim it as your own.

This tutorial was written for those with a working knowledge of PSP
Supplies Needed:
PSPX (any version will work)
Animation Shop
Tube(s) of choice
(lady tube is attached at bottom)

Kit or supplies of choice
I am using the beautiful "Pretty In Pink" ScrapKit from Scrappy Lippy
which can be purchased

Lets Begin:
New image 550x550
Open dark2  resize 50%x2   copy and paste as new layer
Open Pink4  resize 40%x2  copy and paste as new layer

change the blend mode on this layer to OVERLAY   merge visible
Preset shape tool select a rectangle shape   white line width 25
draw a rectangle like shown

On merged layer resize to fit inside rectangle
Magic wand click inside the rectangle
Open pink_geometric   resize 40%x2
Edit copy and paste into selection
Effect>Inner Bevel with these settings
Open Pink_By_neebow tube  resize 50%  copy and paste as a new layer
Move below frame layer  duplicate and move this above the frame layer
erase any over hang you have so it looks like this
Open SparkleEdgeGold2  resize 50%x2  then again at 70%
copy and paste as new layer  Image Flip  position at top of frame

Open SparklyEdge3  resize as before   copy and paste as new layer
place at bottom of frame  (see tag for size and placement)

Open silver note   resize 50%x2 then again at 80%x2
set aside for now

Open silverdoodle2  resize 60%x2
copy and paste as new layer  move below frame layer
duplicate  mirror   flip

Open organzerbowdark   resize 40%x2 (resize more if desired)
copy and paste as new layer  place in upper right corner  duplicate  mirror

Open back up the silver note you had set aside
copy and paste as new layer duplicate
move them onto the silver doodle on left  (see tag for placement)
Edit copy merged
Open Animation Shop

paste as new animation
Now repeating this process is a personal preference
I try really hard not to make too many frames as thy tend to take longer to load
so repaet as desired (i have 5 frames)

Once happy  Animation>Frame properties
change this to 35 (if 5 frames)  more or less depending on total frames
Resize if desired   save as GIF
Feb 13, 2009, 9:52 PM