Candle Construction Kit

sample 1

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    I used a transparent image, 300x300 to make the image shown. In the kit supplies, I have given 4 various colored backgrounds, but please feel free to use your own, or to add effects, textures and or a frame to this. Use your imagination!!

    I have also supplied 5 various colored candles. I used my base gold candles and adjusted the brightness to minus 120 to be able to get the rich colors, but feel free to alter the colors to suit yourself.

    There are also three flames so that you can animate this image if you want. If you want your flames a bit smaller, feel free to resize them. I used frame properties at 20 for my animation speed.

    In the ornament zips, I have also supplied a total of 26 ornament tubes that you are free to add to your own tubes. I found that using them at a scale of 15-20 worked best for what I wanted.

Supplies: Kit Items
Ornaments 1
Ornaments 2.

    All of these images were made by me, so they are safe to use. However, the flames are from Jasc.

    All of these images were created in version 9 and will work in versions 9 through XII (12). You may place the tubes in your picture tubes or just do the copy and paste from opening them in your PSP workspace. You may also use your own ornaments.

    Have fun and use your imagination and creativity!

sample 1

sample 2

sample 3

    Thank you for trying this. I hope you enjoyed it.

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    All the content on this Candle Construction Kit Tutorial site is protected by International Copyright laws. If photos or graphics were created by anyone other than Susie, it will be noted and the copyright will remain with the creator. Please respect these copyrights. Any similarity to any other tutorial is coincidental. You may download my tutorials for personal use. You may share them within a group, if you write and ask my permission first. The image you create from this tutorial is yours to do with as you please.

      This tutorial/construction kit was written November 30, 2009.

      Please feel free to contact me if you have any comments or questions. Send email to susie