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  Animated Egyptian Eye Tutorial
Part 2I - Creating The Frame Images

43. Duplicate frame six using Edit > Copy followed by Edit > Paste, then drag the duplicate to the right and position it over the seventh frame in the template....we're getting there.

44. Yep, you guessed it! We have to reshape the same curves as before. Reshape the top part of the eyeball and leave the rest of it alone.

45. By now, yours may be a little different, but in this case all we have to do is delete the two nodes added in a previous step then drag the top handles of the far left and right nodes of the eyeball. Using the Shape Tool, delete the top right node (circled below left). Then delete the top left node (circled second from left below). If the remaining left and right nodes are not cusps already, then change them into cusps at this point. When you drag the handle of a cusp, only the curve on the side of the handle is affected. If these were smooth nodes, then you would alter the curves on both sides of the handle. Drag each top handle downwards, in turn (below third from left and far right, respectively).

46. Next we need to reshape the curves of the eyelid just like before. Remember to leave everything else strictly alone.

47. Reshape the eyelid to match the template.

48. The frame is ready to export. Marquee-select it with the Pick Tool then click File > Export....


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