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Dead Sexy

Posted by Abstract on May 5, 2012 at 2:35 PM

What you need:

Tube. I'm using the art of Michi. You can purchase the tube here.

Kit. I'm using the kit Dead Sexy by Kaci. You can find where to buy it here.


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


Open a new image with the dimensions of 600x225. Copy and paste your tube into the image.

Open p09. Copy and paste into the image, Move it under the tube.

Create a new layer above the tube. Select all, modify a border of 10 pixels. Flood fill with a color from your tube. Deselect.

Open wire4. Copy and paste above the paper layer. Rotate 90 degrees either direction. Position along the side of the tag. Duplicate and place the other one at the other end of the tag.

Open wingedheart3. Copy and paste above the paper layer. Position it towards the bottom of the tag. Duplicate and flip horizontally. Move to the top of the tag.

Open wire3. Copy and paste under the hearts. Postion it so that it goes across the middle. Erase anything that peeks out from outside the middle of the heart.

Create a new layer above the paper layer. Set your foreground and background to two colors from your tube. Render clouds. Set the blend mode to vivid light. Duplicate two more times so you have 3 layers. Name each layer Ani1, Ani2, and Ani3.

Using the Texture filter, apply stained glass. Set the cell size to 5, the border to 1, and the light to 10. Apply to Ani1.

Apply the same texture to Ani2, just change the cell size to 8. Apply it again to Ani3, but change the cell size to 12.

Add your copyright information above the top layer.

Add your name as the top layer.


In your animation window, set it up so you have 4 frames. In frame 1, ani 1 should be the only ani layer open. In frame 2, ani 2 should be open, in frame 3, ani 3 should be open. In frame 4, ani 1 should be open. On layer 1, hit tween and add 3 frames. Do this again on frames 5 and 9. After you do it on frame 9, delete frame 13.

Set the display to .1 seconds. Save for Web and Devices.



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