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Halloween Animated Card

Tutorials / Gif Animaton /Halloween Animated Card


1) Open CorelDRAW >> File > Import cliparts (WMF)
2) Select the image >right click it> UngroupAll
3) Go to Object Properties to change color ­­


(Make sher that your pumpkin is nice and big, and fits in your page)


1) Now go to File > Export > EPS
2) Remember to check the “Transparent background” option
3) In Photoshop>> File > Open > ClipART_Pumpkin.eps
(Make sher that your resolution is 72 pixels/inch and you are in RGB Color mode.)

step 2




1) In Photoshop create a New Document for your Halloween card
2) File > New Document (Width: 400 Height:600)
3) Drag the Pumpkin in to a new document

step 3

4) Duplicate the layer(Layer > Duplicate)  and name it “Pupkin_2”
5)On the second Pumpkin go to Image > Adjustments > Hue/Saturation
(Also it would be nice to create a simple background)


1) Jump to ImageReady or/and open Animation Window
2) Duplicate the current frame
3) Select Frames one by one and turn on or off the layers that you need.


Step5: Save it as GIF

First way (if you are using Photoshop7):
ImageReady >> File > Save Optimized > GIF
Second way (if you are using CS):
Click File > Save for Web & Devices > GIF