Animated gif's aren't that hard to do - and animated globes are a few simple steps further than plain decorative globes.
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Choose the graphic you want to make float - in this example I used a small piece of the main graphic.
Once you have neatened up the small 'floater' ie: removing all trace of background - or as much as you can - tube the graphic.
Now - click on your tube tool, and go to the tool options palette and find the tube if its a large graphic resize it and test on the image - you can keep doing this until you have it at the right size - **winks** those 'undo' tabs are the greatest!
Your main image will look a little crowded right now - but it'll look better in a minute **smiles** promise!!!.
Once you have all the little 'floaters' where you want them, hold down you 'Ctrl' button on you key pad and press 'D' twice. Voila! You have three images exactly the same now.
Line them up and click on the little arrow key on your layer palette to hold it open. Now go to the first image and delete layers 'ani 2' and 'ani 3'. Go to the second image and delete 'ani 1' and 'ani 3'. Third image delete 'ani 1' and ani 2'.
( yes this can be a little confuddling - but its' worth it **nod nod**)
Go to 'Layers | Merge | Merge Visible' on all three images. Then save in a single folder in your My Docs - mine was titled 'mice' - save the images as '1' '2' and '3' - all as .psp images.
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