Tutorial #2 - GIF
tutorial to this:
First of all, just do a regular GIF (it can be B&W or not, i decided to do my GIF in B&W this time.)
add sharpen or topaz clean if you want, that doesn’t matter.
chose your photo.
if you can, use png, its a lot easier. add to the photo sharpen or topaz clean, and stuff, whatever you want to add to your photo
(if you already closed your GIF and then open it again [which mean that the psd layers aren’t exist and it’s just the layers of the GIF, add a PSD to the photo. if you haven’t closed the GIF yet, don’t add PSD, just put the layer of the photo under the PSD layers)
drag the png file to the gif file.
open a new layer (make sure the new later will be above all the layer and be the top layer)
now press ctrl and press on the png layer. it’s need to look like that:
Press select inverse and then open a new layer and take any brush you’d like, and then color it with any color you’d like to be the background. i used #f8eddf
now back to the png layer: now change the layer to cover mode, and the opacity to 50-80. (i chose 71)
duplicate the png layer, switch the mode back to normal and change the opacity to 1-30. (i chose 13)
my result :
more result of this tutorial:
i made this tutorial a long time ago in my first language so I’m sorry if my English isn’t so good (grammar or spelling of anything else) i just don’t love using Google translate because it’s even worst