On March 12th, I reached 10,000 followers but was unable to make a proper thank you post until now. I honestly cannot believe 10k of you lovely folks follow me. When I first started out on Tumblr, I never imagined that this would be a reality. It’s a little overwhelming and incredibly humbling as well. Without you, I never would have done and accomplished so many things in this fandom. Thank you (times a million)!
I’ve been racking my brain for what I can do for my followers and the closest I could come up with is giving away a resource of mine. So I am giving away Photoshop cutouts that I’ve been making and saving since the hiatus between Season 2 and Season 3 of Teen Wolf. I don’t have that much for Season 1 & 2 unfortunately, but I do have quite a bit for 3A. You don’t have to credit me if you use them! These are created through CS5, but they should be compatible with other versions of PS.
To download Photoshop cutouts, click here.
How to use:
- Open up in Photoshop
- Select All (⌘A on Mac or Ctrl+A on PC)
- Copy Merged (⇧⌘C on Mac or Shift+Ctrl+C on PC). Important: These cutouts are layer masked, so if you don’t use Copy Merged, the background will still be there if you paste into a document.
- Paste in new document
[[For those of you who don’t use Photoshop, keep a lookout because I will also be giving away a copy of Nice Day for Derek!]]
PSD 039 BY MIXSOUCERS. Feel free to adjust or delete some layers, but respect my work and don’t redistribute or claim as your own, please like or reblog this post. Here you can find more psds, and here you can request a psd. Thank you and ENJOY!! (DL)
In this tutorial using Photoshop CS6 Extended for Mac, I will be using the Eraser Tool, Background Eraser Tool, Pen Tool, and Lasso Tool to remove the background of an image.
This tutorial will show you how to use textures over an image with just a few details showing. It’s fairly simple.
You will need:
I was asked how I made the background of the top gif in this gifset all the same colour. There’s a short answer, but it doesn’t look as good, so I wrote a tutorial going through how I made that gif. The tutorial assumes some familiarity with using adjustment layers and layer masks and is gif-heavy.
Many centuries ago, someone asked me if I could do a tutorial on how to do the like cracking, yellowy thing in this graphic and I’m only just getting to it because I am a piece of shit.
so yeah this is actually super super easy, but i’m probably gonna make it seem hella complicated because i’m the worst at tutorials which is why i put this off for so long. Let’s begin!
- show: tvd
- program: ps cs6 (I think cs5 would be even better ;p)
A tutorial by ircnman: How to make pastel gifs
- I use photoshop cs6
- This isn’t the only way, but it’s how i do it
- Feel free to ask here if you have any questions!