April 27th, 2009

lightning ; in the distance.

And then there were animations.... ;o;

Alright, I've tried looking through some entries and I couldn't find anything that could help the type of problem I'm having.

I'm not sure if there's a new way of doing animated icons in Adobe Photoshop CS4 Extended, but I know that when I used to use ImageReady, I could import all of the frames I made and animate from that. However, that options not available in CS4 Extended, and I'm completely lost on how to get more than one frame. );

I've tried making new frames from each layer, but that seperates everything, which doesn't help me since it takes the coloring off of my layers.

I don't know if now that I'm using CS4 Extended, I'm supposed to use little movie files, which I have no clue how to do, or if I'm just plain dumb when it comes to them, lol.

I would greatly appreciate it if anyone could help me. Thanks! ♥
Taylor. color me happy

New Tutorial: The Tale of Desperaux

Another Tut! This time with a cute little mousie :D
Of course, I am talking about Desperaux from the movie, The Tale of Desperaux !

{x} Made in Photoshop CS4.
{x} Translatable: Involves curves, selective coloring, channel mixer and vibrance
{x} Difficulty: Medium... Need to know your way around the program
{x} Steps: Varies, but 3-4 coloring steps
{x} Comments are appreciated.

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