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Step 6
Make sure that you are on the ear layer. Go to Edit/Copy, Edit Paste as New Layer. Then, go to Image/Mirror. Move your second ear into place.
Go to your layer palette, click on the second ear Layer. Now, right click to open up the dropdown box, choose rename,and name the second ear, ear 2.
Go ahead and X out the ears, and layer one. Click on the head layer. Right click on the layer, choose rename from the dropdown box, and rename head. Don't merge the ears yet, because you still may want to move them around. You Layer Palette should now look like this:

Click on your PresetShapes tool then, go to the tool option, and check Vector, and Antialias, set it to elipse.
Set your foreground (stroke) and background (fill) to white #FFFFFF. Draw your oval shape.

Draw out a long narrow oval.

Move your mouse over the oval, and when you see the two circling arrows, left click and turn your oval upward.

Click on the Object Selector

Place it on the horn and click.
Select Node Edit in the drop down box.

First, I clicked on the middle bottom node, and pulled it outward.

I pulled the top node upward somewhat.
Next, I moved both arrows on the middle node to shape the horn inward.

When you are happy with your shape, then, go to:
Layers/Convert to Raster Layer.
Go to Selections/Select All, Selections/Float. Then, Effects/3D Effects/Inner Bevel
Use these settings: Width- 20, Smoothness- 2, Depth- 2, Ambience- 8, Shininess- 0, Angle- 315, Intensity- 40, Elevation- 36

Now would be a good time to save.
*SAVE*
Go ahead and save in .psp. Saving in psp format will save all of the layers.

Step 7
Selections/Select None
Go to Layers/Arrange/Send to Bottom.
Make sure that you are still on the horn layer.
Go to Edit/Copy, Edit/Paste as New Layer.
Image/Mirror. Move your horns into position.

If you are like the way your head looks so far, then, Go to your Layer Palette. X out Layer 1. Click on any other Layer.
Right Click, choose Merge/Merge Visible. Then, right click rename the Merged Layer head. Un X Layer 1.
Your Layer Palette should now look like this:

If it doesn't then, click on the head layer, and go to Layers/Arrange/Move to Top.

Click on your Preset Shapes tool then, go to the tool option, and check Vector, and Antialias, set it to elipse.
Set your foreground (stroke) and background (fill) to white #FFFFFF. Draw a large oval shape.

Move your elipse to the middle of your graphics area.

Click on the Object Selector

Place it on the area that you just drew and click.
Select Node Edit in the drop down box.

Add a node, to each side on the lower portion of the oval.

Now would be a good time to save.
*SAVE*
Go ahead and save in .psp. Saving in psp format will save all of the layers.

Step 8
Click on the node on the right side. Right click, in the dropdown box, choose Node Type/Cusp.

Move your sides inward. Now we need to shape the feet. Add nodes to each side of the bottom node.

Click on the right bottom node, shape it into a foot, then, click on the left bottom node, and shape it.

When you are done shaping, go to Layers/Convert to Raster Layer.
Selections/Select All, Selections/Float
Effects/3D Effects/Cutout, use these settings:
Vertical- 1, Horizontal- 1, Opacity- 43, Blur- 28.8

*SAVE*
Go ahead and save in .psp. Saving in psp format will save all of the layers.

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