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General: Tutorial Challenge: Rainbow Motion Text by Judy
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From: justjam  (Original message) Sent: 11/03/2012 20:36
Rainbow Motion Text




Click the tutorial name to go to the tutorial.

If you have any questions about this tutorial, please ask them on this thread.

And don't forget to show off your results when finished!

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From: timber Sent: 12/03/2012 01:59
Wow, great tut, Judy!
It was so easy to follow, nicely written!

If I had written it I'm sure I would have used vector text and gone through the selection and convert to raster, etc.  But the way you have it written starting with floating text was so much easier.  I rarely ever work with floating text because I'm always fiddling with the vector settings and stuff.  It was refreshing to make a text tag in a new way.

Here's my tutorial testing results.  I followed the tutorial as written, even though I wanted to do it "my way" lol.  As a tester I thought it was important to follow every step as written to see where there might be mistakes in writing.  That was hard to do lol.  But it was also a good lesson for me to follow instructions .



I love that you have included variations at the end of your tutorial!
I always enjoy getting to the bottom of a tutorial and seeing different ways to do the same tut.

Okay, now I'm off to find another font to play with and another gradient or pattern.
I'll be back again to post my results when finished .

Thanks again for taking the time to write this fun tut!
I enjoyed it .

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From: justjam Sent: 12/03/2012 02:40
Thanks bunches for sticking to the tut...now do it your own way!

I'm anxious to see what you come up with.

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From: timber Sent: 12/03/2012 03:17
Okay, I went back to the drawing board and had intended to use a rainbow-ish pattern that I had created, but when I saw the text with it, and I tried different fonts, I thought the result looked horrible.  So instead I decided to play with one of my own rainbow gradients.  I still want to try this again with a pattern, but here is my second result using a different font and my gradient.



The font is SF Technodelight.  I "dressed" up the text just a bit, but I refrained myself from glassing it .  Because of the sharp points on the stars, I didn't use the expand and fill method.  I created my text in vector format , and then I duplicated the text and edited it (I added a stroke=2.5 and used the gradient for the stroke material).  Then I moved this vector layer below the plain black text layer.  By doing the "outline" this way, I maintain the points of the stars.  It's more work to do it this way, but if you want to keep points on the outline of text or any other shapes, this is the method that I have discovered works.  Otherwise the points are softened by expanding the selection.

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From: justjam Sent: 12/03/2012 03:27
Awesome results Timber.  I love the font you used and the points on the stars are too cool! 
I love the idea of using the gradient  for the stroke also.
Wow, I have more things to try now.  Thanks for sharing your results and your settings.

Thanks also for playing ...... I'm off to see if I have that font. 

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From: timber Sent: 12/03/2012 04:23
Thanks, Judy, and you're very welcome!

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From: Cheetah Sent: 14/03/2012 21:00
for this tutorial - great effect - beautiful tags .. I used the font Budmo Jiggler - you can find it HERE

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From: justjam Sent: 14/03/2012 23:15
Cheetah I love the font and bright colors that you used!   
Did you use a gradient?

Thanks for trying the tut...I hope you could do it ok in
PSP 7.  I've been collecting things to do a hippie/tie-dyed tag. 
Those colors would be awesome. 

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From: JessieJo Sent: 21/03/2012 21:50
Fabulous effects and tags!

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From: justjam Sent: 02/08/2018 21:47
I have never tried this tut with a glitter fill so I decided to try a multi-colored glitter.
 
I found one of Karla's called SE_TyeDye_C and gave it a try.
 
 
It's not quite as colorful as the gradient, but I wonder what it would look like if I rotated the fill?
 
I have more playing to do. 
 
 

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From: SilentEyez Sent: 03/08/2018 05:29
Hi ladies! Love the tut and the shared results! All of you did a fantastic job! Now, I wonder if I would be able to do something just as fantastic :-D 

Oooh that looks good Judy! Using the tye dye glitter was another fun idea :-) Did you or do you ever enhance the color of your work? I always adjust the colors to make it brighter/pop or stand out a bit more. 

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From: justjam Sent: 03/08/2018 05:54
Here is my latest play
 
 
I used SF Technodelight for the font and a multi pattern I have.  I scaled the pattern to 20 and changed the angle of the pattern fill from 0 to 40 to 135 for each of the three layers.
 
I think it looks pretty cool on a black background. 

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From: SilentEyez Sent: 03/08/2018 08:24
Oh Judy, now that is super colorful and gorgeou! Works perfect with a black background!

Well, my PSP 8 does NOT have the rainbow pastel (in fact, it does not have a lot of gradients). I tried it with the Landscape Sunset grad and NOOOOOO WAY, it came out too FUNKY! Plus, I messed up somewhere along the tutorial because this is how mine came out. I used the gradient you posted along in the tutorial page. I added 3 bottom layers with the filled gradient and the # settings for each text layer effect of "movement". That way, I did not have to fill the expanded "outline". I will have to give this another try because I have NO clue why I always miss something or mess something up :-D
 
 
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OKAY. I am back and I think this time it came out a lot better lol And I even added DSB Flux > Bright Noise > 30 intensity, Mix on each gradient layer. The font I used is Glitzy Curl at 68pt.
 

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From: Daphne70 Sent: 07/01/2020 04:23
  Very nice tut , not sure I have the animation correctly got a bit confused on the layers to merge... but still looks pretty

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From: justjam Sent: 07/01/2020 05:44
Daphne,
I love your results.  I am glad you tried the tut!
 
Judy
 

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