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Tuesday, September 21, 2010
This tutorial is of my own creation and any resemblance to any other tuts is purely coincidental. This tutorial is for personal use only, using it for monetary gain is against our TOU's. You must be familiar with Gimp to understand this tut. Please check the artist TOU before doing this tut to make sure they allow this type of animation. Supplies: Gimp- Older versions may not work I am using the work of Elias Chatzoudis. You must have a license to use his work. You can purchase his tubes HERE IWarp filter Lets's get started! I am going to make this a simple as I can and try to explain it the best I can -Opens a new canvas. I will not be making an actual tag, so if you want to do this animation on a tag, you may make one before hand. -Open your tube and scale if needed. Duplicate your tube 2 times. Hide the top 2 tube layers. Make your bottom tube layer active. -Go to Filters>Distorts>IWarp.
Now put your mouse on the middle of her left boob. Click and move to the left and up. You don't have to move it a lot. Do the same to the right boob and click ok. Now unhide your top tube layer. Go to Filters>Re-Show IWarp. Using the same settings, do the same, but move to the right and up. -Add your name an copyright. -Merge all your layers together except your tube layers. Make 2 duplicates of your merged layers. You should have a total of three merged layers and 3 tube layers. -You need to rearrange your layers in your layer box. Place a mereged layer under each of your tube layers. Now merge your tube layer with your merged layer. You should have a total of 3 layers now. -Now save as gif Make sure you have save as animation checked. Click export.
There you have it! I hope you enjoyed this tut!

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