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gif coloring help

There is obviously a blue hue to this but I can't seem to acheieve the same coloring no matter how many color balances or selective. Help?

Two gifs

Hello y'all:) Anyone know how to paste two gifs together like this? Any help is greatly appreciate^^

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Rainbow Glow Tutorial


This should translate to pretty much any graphics programme that has a channel mixer function. I used Photoshop Elements 14, which does not have a channel mixer, but I have a plugin that adds one. This tutorial assumes you know how to use: blend modes, adjustment layers, and masks.

Other Examples:

Rainbow Glow: Chatty VersionCollapse )

Rainbow Glow: Quick, Vague VersionCollapse )

Coloring manga

Hey guys!
I have CS6 extended and I would like to know how to achieve this "smooth" but bold black lines and whenever I try to color hair it doesn't come like I want, mostly with characters with dark hair.

(icon credits to http://phonographs.dreamwidth.org/)

The manga artist does color their hair dark to show they have dark hair and when I try to color their hair (for example, with brown or dark-blueish colors) it barely shows because of the original dark part.

What should I do?

Icon size... help!

I have CS6 extended... and when I make an icon in 100x100 I always use 3,54 cm x 3,54 cm but now when I try to add those figures into the boxes above I get an error sign Read more...Collapse )

luminosity effect on photoshop?

Hi! Can anyone recommend a colouring tutorial or some tips to achieve a colouring similitar to the one in this picture?

Thanks a lot! :)

unwanted letter spacing

For a few days now whenever I use the text tool it creates spacing between the letters. I was playing around with text last week so I'm sure I hit the wrong button somewhere, I just don't know which. I'm using Photoshop Elements 13.

I wanted to try make something like this?

Gif timing question

Hi all!

I'm hoping someone could give me some tips on how to make animated gifs for Tumblr. I understand the basics but timing is getting me down.

I know there's a way to save multiple gifs in one canvas so the first bit finishes before the second, but the file size ends up being way too large or there's too much loss of quality for my liking.

Is there a good way to manually time separate gifs to align properly? I'm using Photoshop CS3.

[crappy example of what I mean]
2 separate images:

Versus one canvas:

hello! i've recently started using Photoshop Elements 13, before that i used Photoshop Elements 6.

i save my icons under .png and i've never broken livejournal's 40kb limit, but since switching programs i now do. when i do a typical save of [file → save as → format: png] my icons will be over 40kb, however if i do [save for web → png-24 & interlaced] they save under 40kb. as far as i know quality isn't lost when i do this and the icons look the exact same. is there a reason for this?



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