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General: Tutorial Challenge: Melted Candle Text by timber (Animated)
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From: timber  (Original message) Sent: 26/07/2017 04:15
Click here for the Melted Candle Text Tutorial

Click the header 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: 26/07/2017 20:36
Hmm, I thought Glass was one of the filters that works in the demo version of Eye Candy 4000.

Chocy, you don`t need EC4000 for this tut.
  1. Do you have Eye Candy 3?
    If not, then you can download a copy here.

  2. To glass the text, use the same bevel as my tutorial, and then apply the Eye Candy 3 glass settings from this Glass Text tutorial written by Kes.

  3. The graininess is common when working with so many colors as this pattern. You could try adjusting the scale of the pattern, step #4. Do you remember what scale you used?

  4. Does the Drip filter work with the demo version of Eye Candy 4000? How did you do your drips?

Reply Delete message  Message 11 of 24 on the subject 
From: Chocy Sent: 26/07/2017 20:40
Thanks for Eyecandy link

Reply Delete message  Message 12 of 24 on the subject 
From: timber Sent: 26/07/2017 20:42
I`m glad you found the link

Reply Delete message  Message 13 of 24 on the subject 
From: Chocy Sent: 26/07/2017 20:42
 I used the font Double featurebefore..i got the eyecandy working

Reply Delete message  Message 14 of 24 on the subject 
From: timber Sent: 26/07/2017 20:47
Thank you for sharing the name of the font of your first tag.
Did you get Eye Candy 4000 to work
or did you use Eye Candy 3?

Reply Delete message  Message 15 of 24 on the subject 
From: Chocy Sent: 26/07/2017 23:36
got Eye Candy 4000 to work for the drip

Reply Delete message  Message 16 of 24 on the subject 
From: Su2U Sent: 29/07/2017 02:07
decided not to animate it, but at least I got my EC400 working :)
and wow am I rusty!

Reply Delete message  Message 17 of 24 on the subject 
From: timber Sent: 29/07/2017 02:56
Image Ahhh, at least you played, Su!

I have taken quite a few breaks from PSP so I know what "rusty" feels like.

Thanks for playing , I enjoyed seeing your results!

Reply Delete message  Message 18 of 24 on the subject 
From: justjam Sent: 11/03/2018 03:04
After all this time.....I finally got around to trying this tut.    It is a fun tut and I love the results!  Thanks, timber. 

Here are my results.

Reply Delete message  Message 19 of 24 on the subject 
From: timber Sent: 11/03/2018 03:59

Your tag looks great, Judy!
I love how differently each name looks  with this pattern and drip settings.
Thanks for giving this tut a try and showing your results!

Reply Delete message  Message 20 of 24 on the subject 
From: Daphne70 Sent: 18/12/2019 01:51
Timber I have also  just finished doing the melted candle tut with the animation and because I still have my  jasc 8  did it all in that so as to copy as per your tutorial... but my text comes out with a white shadow on it... which is fine to use in an email as it has a white background but to use it on a coloured image it would not look like having a transparent background  ..

Reply  Message 21 of 24 on the subject 
From: timber Sent: 18/12/2019 02:06
Congrats on completing the Melted Candle Tutorial, Daphne!

The white shadow that you're seeing comes from saving the image as a GIF (animation).  When you use this format (GIF), all semi-transparent pixels are blended with a color to create opaque pixels.  Since most message boards have a white background for the messages, I have used the color white.

If you wanted to display this tag on a non-white background, then you'd have to create another tag and change the blend color as indicated in the screenshot below where it says #FFFFFF.

You could also create a non-animated tag and save it in PSP as a PNG and then you can display it nicely on a non-white background.

Reply  Message 22 of 24 on the subject 
From: Daphne70 Sent: 31/12/2019 02:22
We are having extreme heat today it is now over  40 degree celcius  

Reply  Message 23 of 24 on the subject 
From: Chuy Sent: 05/01/2020 23:07
Thanks a lot Timber, pretty tutorial.

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From: Chuy Sent: 11/01/2020 02:36


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