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Mirror Mirror Tute

Posted by urlee (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 26, 06 at 15:03

I just couldn't let little Mandy out do me? :)

I just got done now!
I ended up inventing my own way of doing it with saving each layer separate and adding them in AS wizard.
I erased the name as the mirror moved to the left.
That part I remember.
I don't even know if I am coming or going right now!
I have to lay off the tutes for awhile until I have recuperated from this one. My old mind can't put up with this guessing game to where I have to think!

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RE: Mirror Mirror Tute

I think the way I did it was to duplicate each layer as many times as I wanted to move the mirror across my name and then merge a set of each mirror, name and flipped name after deleting the part of the flipped name that wouldn't be shown in the reflection. That probably doesn't make sense but I had to do it several times before I remembered to line up the mirror and the 2 names before deleting part of it. I also added a layer and made a straight line across to line up the mouse as I moved it and then closed the line layer when I merged.
Does that make any sense at all??? hahah

RE: Mirror Mirror Tute

Neither one makes sense to me. LOL
I'm giving up on this one unless someone can write the tut in language I can understand.
I need an easy one.
Congratulations Urlee I knew you could do it.

RE: Mirror Mirror Tute

Urlee, you did a fantistic job!

I still haven't got this one right.

RE: Mirror Mirror Tute

It was very confusing for me too. I lost track of how many times I tried it before getting it. I'm no good at writing the tuts so hopefully someone can come up with a good one.

RE: Mirror Mirror Tute

Sorry about the title!
Supposed to be MIRROR by Dorothy!
NOT mirror mirror.


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