How to make this graphic: Tutorial by itsphotoshopPlease like/reblog the post if it was usefulI used Photoshop CS5Based on these graphics STEP 1. Download the template I made for you here (wait five seconds and click on ‘skip ad’ at the right top corner of your screen, thank you so much ♥). STEP 2. One square is 100x100px and there’s a 10px space between them, which means my screencap needs to be 210px height and 100px width. STEP 3. Flatten the image (Layer > Flatten Image) and go to Image > Adjustments > Desaturate. STEP 4. How to cut the space between the squares: Zoom the picture.Make the screencap layer invisible (by clicking on the eye next to the layer in Window > Layers)Select the Rectangular Marquee ToolSelect the space like this (you have to be really accurate or it’ll look bad)Make the layer visible (and the eye will appear again)Go to Edit > ClearRight click on the image > Deselect That’s pretty much all you have to know to place the screencaps in the squares. STEP 5. STEP 6. STEP 7. And that’s all!
How to cut out gifs (Layer Masks) Tutorial by itsphotoshop.comI use Photoshop CS6Like/reblog the post if this tutorial was useful From this: To this: Or this: This tutorial is about how to use gifs on polygonal templates the same way images were cut out in this tutorial. We can’t cut gifs the same way as images, so here we go! If you ever tried to use Edit > Clear or the Eraser Tool on a gif, you’d know it’s not possible unless you rasterize it. 1. Then, convert to timeline, convert to smart filters and you will have only one layer as your gif in the Layers Panel. 2. Once it’s done, Select > Inverse 3. Now do this: or press this button at the bottom of the Layers Panel And the layer has to look like this: A white box has appeared next to the picture. 4. and select the Brush Tool. Select > Deselect and there you go :) Here we posted a tutorial on how to use shapes in gifs but we can do it using layer masks too, so I’m explaining it below. 1. Don’t rasterize. 2. 3. Step 1. Other posts that include templates: (x) (x) (x) (x) (x)
What is an action and how to use it An action is a set of effects that play automatically. You can make or download them and use them whenever you want by clicking a button in Window > Actions. Let’s see: Use an action Check our /actions tag to find some. The Default Actions file is always going to be there. Actions can include several steps, so if we don’t like the final result we can just go Window > History (x) That’s why it is good to know what was the last thing we made before applying the action. Create an action To make our own actions we have to prepare a picture and click on the right-top corner menu of the actions panel; we can choose New set first and then New action or New action directly, but have in mind that a window will appear asking us which set we can save the action in. Now we can start adding layers or filters, cropping, anything. This is what happened while I was doing the previous screenshot: Every thing I did has been recorded! Have in mind that actions can’t do magic. Hope you understood!
Blending Layers in Photoshop phoenixhowl: Alright, darlings. It happened to me a few times now that people come to me to ask about blending layers, and while I don’t mind explaining it, I find it’s much easier for everyone to understand what every blending does, instead of mindlessly following my instructions when I say you should blend it to Screen, for example. In Photoshop and Elements the layer blend modes can be changed in the layers palette. I will line up all the possibilities and hopefully explain what each one does, to take some of the mystery away. Normal is the default, and the layers interact with each other as if they were both solid color objects, at 100% opacity. Dissolve makes the lower layer take on the colors of the top layer, and how much depends on the opacity of the upper layer. Darken compares each pixel value of the upper layer to its counterpart’s pixel value of the lower layer and chooses the darker of the two to display. Color Burn burns in the color of the upper layer with the lower layer.
by teenwolfiz Well, I received many requests to... by teenwolfiz Well, I received many requests to teach me about “how do I edit”, not really know why I think my edits are like all the others, but is here… click read more to see the tutorial steps (doing makeup, red lips, as well as coloring, etc..) sorry for my english first of all; for you have a beautiful edition you need a good sharpening ; I have some actionshere and check out this mineIf you want to have a beautiful edition I suggest that you “clear up” the coloring of your photo; go to curves and click “auto” sometimes it will make the picture stay too bright or too dark, then you just reduce the opacity and / or make some adjustmentsnow it’s your turn to start coloring, you can add a psd, or make your own coloringI indicate you use the selective color, curves, and some gradients… be creative check out the mixsoucersif you want my colorings :) you can paint the color you want and change the blending mode ( for soft light, multiply,color, etc..) lips and blush from this; to this;
tutorial by itsphotoshop.com like/reblog the post... tutorial by itsphotoshop.comlike/reblog the post if it was usefulincludes sharpening tips Due to the amount of questions we have been receiving about posting/not posting PSDS submissions, I thought this tutorial would be a good idea. Most of the times we refuse to post certain submissions because we don’t consider the quality of the previews is good enough, so here’s a little guide on how PSD previews should look like (in our opinion, of course). Note: the “make, save, share” parts are the same for gifs and pictures but the “show” changes a bit. This goes first because it’s always better to sharpen the edit before adding coloring: sharpening 1. sharpening for pictures There are many posibilities so I’m explaining my favorites. It is 245x300px which I think it’s fine but maybe it’s better to put 245x350px, higher. only smart sharpen Note: in the pictures, where it says X/3 I meant 0,3 not 3. Filter > Sharpen > Smart Sharpen (x) 50 or 500: smart sharpen and others 2. sharpening for gifs 1. 2. 3.
What is a brush and how to use it We call a brush the stains or drawings that we can add to our graphic by using the Brush Tool → Brushes are not frecuently used lately, that’s why our /brushes tag is almost empty. However, you can find lots of them here in tumblr or deviantart, or even create your own. It’s very easy! How to use them You can add brushes to a new canvas by clicking on the brush tool and then looking for this at the top of the window. If you download a pack of brushes, like the one here for example, you’ll have an ABR file. Whenever you want to use them, adjust the size and, I recommend you, always create an empty new layer before. How to create one Here I’m telling you how to create a brush inside of Ps, not an ABR file. As you can see, the default size of the brushes I create is going to be 100 and it will match with the size of the original picture.
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