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How To Make An Image Glitter In PS Elements 5

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Uploaded on Mar 16, 2009

Yey another video! Hopefully this one will be more helpful than anything else I uploaded. (Which is basically all crap. xp)

-THERE IS NO SOUND!-
So don't panic if your speakers don't make any noise and you have all the volumes blasting. I didn't have any music open, didn't feel like dealing with UMG or whoever keeps pulling people's vids off, and it was easier to edit without some singer blabbing to me while I was trying to edit subtitles.

This is a tutorial I made to teach you people how to make a glitter using PhotoShop Elements 5, although I'm pretty sure it will work in any other version of PhotoShop. ^-^! Although the buttons may be in different places. Anyways, I hope you can see what I'm doing. I tried to put in subtitles, but sometimes you can't read them and I'm very sorry for that. o.o;; Stupid WMM didn't have any colors that were legible that I could've used.
My computer went slow at some points because the HyperCam was slowing it down, but nuh. As long as it worked, I guess. You're going to need some basic knowledge of navigating around PhotoShop when you use this tutorial, but if you don't hopefully my mouse darting all over the place will help you a little. (If you can see it.)
And sorry for using a Neopets image. x| I was going to use something from KH or Pokémon, but I didn't feel like searching all over the interwebs just to find a fuzzy picture of Sora or Pikachu. I have nothing against them, but the Neo image was clear, clean, and already there. You can, of course, use a different image than I did. ;D It's not that difficult.

Let me know if this tutorial helps, thanks for watching! :D

Used HyperCam.
Image is (c) Neopets.

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