To create this Set you will need:

A Tube and a Close-up

I used art by Barbara Jensen

Tubes and License available from Here

Rorshack Filters - Ripleyer

DSB Flux - Bright Noise



Let's Begin!

Choose a Dark Color from your Tube for your BG

Choose a Light shade of your BG color for your FG Color


New Image - 600x250

Fill with your Dark Color

New Layer

Fill with your Light Color

Rorshack Filters - Ripleyer


Magic Wand Tool

Mode Add(Shift) - Match Mode RGB Value - Tolerance and Feather 0

You're going to have Stripes now in two different Colors

Click inside each of your Darker Stripes

Delete - Deselect


Effects - Image Effects - Offset


Effects - Texture Effects - Blinds

Make sure your color is your Dark Color

Drop Shadow - 0, 0, 60 and 5


Custom Selection


Copy your Close-up and paste as a New Layer

Position as desired

Invert Selection - Delete - Deselect

Change the Blend Mode to Hard Light or some other that looks good to you

Pull down the Opacity a little


Copy your Tube and Paste as a New Layer

Position as desired

Give it a Blurry Drop Shadow

Crop your Tag


New Layer

Fill with your Dark Color

Select All - Contract 1 - Delete - Deselect


Add your Name, CR info and License#


Let's get this Tag ready to Animate


Highlight the BG Layer

Duplicate Twice for a Total of Three BG Layers

On each of these Layers:

DSB Flux - Bright Noise

36 - Mix Checked - Hit the Mix Button once for each Layer

Hide the Top two Layers for now



In PSP - Edit - Copy Merged

In Animation shop - Edit- Paste as new animation

Back in PSP

Hide the bottom layer and unhide the middle one

Edit - Copy merged

In Animation shop - Edit - Paste after current frame

Back in PSP

Hide the middle layer and unhide the top one

Edit-copy merged

In Animation shop - Edit- Paste after current frame

View animation- If you like it, save as a gif and you're done!


Sample Set:


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I would love to see what you made!

Please leave a link in the comments section on my Blog


Tutorial Idea, Tags/Avis ©Shirley Franklin