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Posted by Abstract on April 28, 2012 at 12:30 AM

What you need:

Tube. I'm using the art of Keith Garvey. You can find his art here.

Kit. I'm using the a kit called V is for Vanity by Scrappin' Krazy Designs. You can find where to purchase it here.

Fonts. I'm using Velvenda Cooler and Respective.

 

I assume you have working knowledge of Photoshop. This tut was written using CS5.

 

 

Open a new image with the dimensions of 600x600 pixels and name it Tag. Flood fill with white.

Open Frame3. Copy and paste it into the middle of your tag.

Open paper 11 and copy and paste it under the frame. Close off the paper and using your magic wand tool, click the inside of the frame. Make sure you get the circles as well.

Modify and expand by 5. Invert the selection and reopen the paper layer. Hit delete and then deselect.

Open your tube and copy and paste it into the tag. Position it above the frame towards the bottom. Duplicate the tube. Set the top layer to multiply and drop the opacity down to 50%.

Open the Kiss element. Resize by 50%. Copy and paste it above the frame background. Place it in the top circle. Duplicate the kiss layer twice. On the first duplicated one, flip it horizontally and position it in the second circle. Then move the other one down to the bottom circle. Now, name those Kiss1, Kiss2, and Kiss3. Select those three layers and hit Ctrl+G to group them. Name the group Ani1.

Open Silhouette1. Resize by 80%. Copy and paste it above the frame background. Place it inside the square towards the edge with the circles. Name it Girl1.

Open Silhouette2, resize by 80%. Copy and paste it above the first girl. Move it over to the right of the frame while inside of the square. Name it Girl2.

Open Silhouette3, resize by 70%. Copy and paste it above the other two girls. Position it in the center. Name this layer Girl3.

Select all 3 of the girl layers, hit Ctrl+G to group them. Name this group Ani2.

Open the Wireshape element. Resize by 50% and copy and paste above the frame layer. Position it towards the bottom. Duplicate and move it over so you have a nice area behind the tube.

Open the heartstring element. Copy and paste above the frame. Position it along the area between the circles and the rectangle.

Open the ticket element. Resize by 70%. Copy and paste above the heartstring. Position to the left of the frame.

Open Bow5. Resize by 80%. Copy and paste it under the ticket. Rotate to the left and position it. Use my tag as a guide.

Open the studdedbow. Copy and paste it under the other bow. Position it to the right of that bow, just so it's peeking out.

Open Barbwire1. Copy and paste it above the red bow. Move it a bit up above the tube so that it's peeking out.

Using your font tool, using the font Velvenda Cooler, type out the words "Live Sex Shows!".I did mine in 60pt font. I used the color white, but you can use whatever you want. Rotate it 90 degrees either CW or CCW, whichever you prefer.

In the Layer Style window, drop the blend opacity to 50% and add a hard shadow. Position along the right edge of the frame and then rasterize layer.

Now, add your copyright information and name. I used a nice script font for my name and just added the same shadow that the wordart has.

Crop around the area so you have a smaller tag.

Select all your layers starting from the copyright, down to the frame. Hit Ctrl+G to group them. This will make animating easier.

Now, create 4 frames in your animation window. Open your two animation groups. In the first frame, make sure Girl1 and Kiss1 are showing. In frame 2, you want Girl2 and Kiss2. In Frame 3, you want Girl3 and Kiss3. In Frame4, you want it to be the same as Frame 1.

On frame 1, click the tween button. Tween with the next frame and add 5 frames. Do this again on Frame 7 and 13. After you do it on frame 13, go and delete frame 19.

Set the display on Frames 1, 7, and 13 to .5 seconds. Set the display on the rest of the frames to .1 seconds.

Save for Web and Devices and enjoy!

 

 

 


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