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Friday, December 3, 2010
I am going to show you how to make text 'glitter' using gimp. Supplies Gimp- Any version should work Bold Text- I am using velvenda cooler Let's do this! -Go to File>New and open a canvas with the size of 300x300 pixels. -Type out your name using any color you wish. I am using 52126a. Right click your text layer in your layer box and choose layer to image size. Go to Layers>Duplicate Layer 2 times for a total of 3 text layers. -Make your top text layer active. Go to Filters>Noise>RGB Noise. The settings will depend on the color you are using. Just play around with the settings till you get something you like. Here are the settings I used:
-Make your middle text layer active. Go to Filters>Re-Show RGB Noise and use these settings:
-Make your last text layer active. Re-Show RGB Noise using these settings:
-Right click on each layer in the layer box and choose remove alpha channel to add a white background to each layer. -Go to Filters>Animation>Playback to see the animation. If you are happy with it we need to save it. Be sure NOT to merge. -Go to File>Save and save as gif.
-Click save and your done!

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