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animated candle

Posted by sugar_fl (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 10, 06 at 0:37

Can anyone tell me where I can find an easy to follow tut for an animated candle flame.
I sure would appreciate it...

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RE: animated candle

RE: animated candle

Thanks stardom..
I still need to do a few changes but at least now my flame burns. I don't seem to ever go right by the instuctions. I make as many copies as need or 5 for this one & work on each copy & merge visable & save. I need to learn to follow as it is harder if I have several layers.

Also shouldn't I get rid of more of the old wick? It seems a little jumpy at the wick. I am tickled that I at least can do it now :) To make it easier I separated each flame & saved them numbered but also saved them as they were.
Here is what I ended with & just grabbed the 1st candle I came to LOL
Any tips to do better is sure appreciated

Thanks again,

RE: animated candle

Hi Sugar,'
I found this tut that has candles in it. It was fairly easy.

Here is a link that might be useful: Xmas tag

RE: animated candle

I am trying other animations.. Just made this but for some reason it doesn't look like others.. is it just me or is something not right?

re: help i screwed up...

All was going to good I guess.. I decided to try & change the color on a green heart.. I wanted it white but sure screwed up.. now everything is saving BLACK.. YUCK!!! How do I change it back to save right..

RE: problem solved....

I seem to have solved the problem..

I got this from PSP friend & wonder if it is true or just happened the one time to her for some other reason. This came in an E-Mail..
hey don't want to scare you.. but those blings can mess up your computer too. did mine a few nights ago and I lost everything I had open.. some of those blings are strong
Is that posible?

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