- Tutorial by itsphotoshop.com
- I use Photoshop CS5 / CS6
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Here I’m doing a general guide on gifs considering the three following trends: saturated coloring, gradients use and “text which is not subtitles” (✿ ◕‿◕)
So i’ve been asked a few times to make a tutorial for this graphic
and i hope this helps! i’m terrible at explaining things, so feel free to ask any questions if something doesn’t make sense! ;u; <33
How to achieve graphics like this
- I’m using CS5
- You’ll need to have intermediate photoshop knowledge
- Let’s get started!
An anon asked me how I made this TEAM HUMAN edit:
so i got a couple anon’s asking for me to make a tutorial explaining how to make this type of graphic. tbh, i learned how to make it through a tutorial i found over a year ago, but i no longer have the link. so this is my really shoddy attempt to do a graphic tutorial! hope it doesn’t go terrible.
today we will be making this aydia silhouette:
so if you were too lazy to read the title, this tutorial is going to be about how i use my textures referring specifically from this graphic:
Example of the end result:
Before you start reading I should warn you that this is quite a big tutorial and that you need some basic knowledge on how to make gifs and colorings.
today I’m going to be showing you how to make something like this:
Hello! This is a graphic tutorial requested by anon. This is my first tutorial so bear with me!
- Example graphic (x)
- I use photoshop cs5
- Please like/reblog if this was useful
note: I will only be recreating the top portion of the graphic
Graphic Tutorial requested by hayffie yay
- I use Photoshop cs5 but any version will work
- Please like or reblog this if you found it useful :)