Anonymous asked: coul you do a tutorial on how to do something like this please? /post/76942917263
Yeah sure! Blending of 2 gifs together is that what you’re asking?
Tutorial of this:
To clear any doubts, the colors themselves are similar so it turns out like this when I play around with psd colorings(level,gradients). When the colors of the two gifs are close, it makes a great blending.
You make gifs as per normal, select all the frames and layers(best to group them together)
Go to Image -> Canvas size. (Arrows are pointing to the direction where the canvas is going to increase. For mine I intend to increase the height with my gif staying at the bottom so my anchor will be at the center bottom.)
Choose the overall height that you want, in my case I put it 500px.
it should be looking like
Now you’ll have to bring in your 2nd gif in and paste over selection
Rearrange your layers you will need to mask away to make a “blend” between the two gifs
The icon beside fx(effect) in the layer
You’re ready to mask! Hit b on keyboard(otherwise the brush tool) and make sure the mask layer is selected(with white border around when selected) when you mask.
Right click = Increase/decrease the size and the hardness* of brush
Black brush = masking away
White brush = recovering back what is masked
X button on keyboard = hovering black & white easily
*Why hardness 0? - Easier to blend and by increasing and decreasing during masking helps to perform a better blend.
Whatever you mask can be recovered so don’t be afraid if you made a wrong step ONLY IF you’re in the mask layer! So always check you’re in the right box!! If you’re in the gif box… say sayonara to your gif you are actually erasing them away f o r e v e r
When you’re satisfied with your masking, enhance your gif as per normal and you’re done!