Tutorial on how to do this tweening effect, like in this post

How to cut out an image like this.

this is probably like really simple for you to do, but could you do a tutorial for this please? chairlloyds(.)tumblr(.)com/post/28212556226

- Open up your photo as usual. [x]
- Use Topaz if you’d like. [x]
- Set a gradient map of a grey color to a white or whatever you think looks best. [x]
- Make a new layer. [x]
- Use a paint brush stroke brush over the eyes. [x]
(You can find some brushes here.) 
- Then set the layer to soft light and you’re done! [x

Pixelating GIF Tutorial

In this tutorial, I’ll be explaining how to make an image like this gif that fades into another by pixelating from leeyumpaynes.

How to make a “Falling Objects” image like this:

Hello babe! Could you do a tutorial on this: niallfuckmehard(.)tumblr(.)com/post/25290722914/a-little-bit-of-flawless-ziam thank you so much! :) xx

*Edit: I was told by the original editor, use Topaz to your favorite settings and her PSD is from gottabeboobear. If you use something like #12, the white fill layer isn’t necessary. (: 

Here it is! You’re welcome (: 

- First make your gif. My gif tutorial is here. Make sure the dimensions are 500x332.
- Now make a new fill layer of white. [x]
- Set the fill to 60% in the layer pallet and opacity to 35% [x]
- Click the marquee button. Change the setting from Normal to Fixed size. The Fixed size for across the top will be Width: 500px Height: 10px [x]
- Make a new layer and click the upper left hand corner of the gif. Fill in the selection on the new layer. [x]
- Do that for the bottom, too. Now that those are done, go back to the marquee and flip the Height and Width. Height: 500px Width: 10px [x
- Now you’ll have something that looks like this [x]
- Set it to Soft Light [x

Here’s the finished product:

Make a gif inside of a gif tutorial.

How to make a gif like the one in the image above. 
Before we get started, I have to apologize for the gifs being different on the tutorial and my final result. I closed out of the one I used while making the tutorial and I had to make a new one. The tutorial is the same either way.

- To begin, make four gifs with the dimensions of 150x150. Make sure to crop afterwards to make sure when you go to paste your frames, the whole image that you thought you had changed the canvas size on comes back.

- Open your mock photoset template: (x) If you need one, here’s one. (x) This makes it easier to depict where the gif will change pictures.

-  Make 15 frames on your template so you can paste the frames from your first gif on top. (x)

- Select all the frames on your first gif and copy them. Then go to your template, select all the layers and Paste Over Selection. (x)

-  Select the first square of the four, the same place that you are going to center your first gif. (x)

- Make sure that you select all the frames and all of the gif layers in the layer pallet. Go to Layer>Align to Selection>Vertical Centers (x) Repeat and select Horizontal Centers (x)

- Duplicate the last frame and layer of the frame of the gif and make sure it’s selected in the layers pallet. Press Ctrl + T and resize the one frame to 75% on both W and H (x) Then press enter.

- Move the layer over as if it’s going toward the middle line of the faux photoset, but don’t move it to the point of it actually touching the line (x) *Pressing and holding shift will ensure that the layer moves in a straight line. 

- Again, d
uplicate the last frame and layer of the frame of the gif and make sure it’s selected in the layers pallet. Press Ctrl + T and resize the one frame to 50% on both W and H (x) Then press enter.

- Move the layer over so it hits the edge of the line in the photoset (x)

- Now, you’re basically starting from the beginning again; However, you have to make it  to where it’s moving from the vanishing point back into view and therefore, adding a few more steps which is just repeating old ones. 

- Same as before, make enough frames for your first gif and paste it on top.

- Duplicate the first layer twice in your layers pallet and then add two frames to the beginning of the second gif (x) Keep the last layer from the first gif visible so you can align the first layer of the second gif with it.

- Resize the first layer to 50% both ways and align it with the last layer from the first gif (x) Then turn off the visibility from the first gif.  

-  Then you should have the beginning of the gif set. Repeat those steps until you have the desired effect. 

- Now, to make the blur effect. Select the perimeter of the smaller layer and make use Motion Blur at 3.5 distance. Make sure that the angle of the blur is going in the same direction as the gif image is going. 

- Delete the photoset background to make the background transparent. When you’ve done this you’re almost done! If you don’t want to add a coloring, you’re done, but if not… You still have a ways to go.

- To add coloring, you must create a mask layer on a group every single layer. It’s extremely confusing to a beginner, but if you know your way around PS, you’ll have no problems. Just make sure to turn off the visibility on each layer when going to another.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask. Please be off anon, though, so I could answer privately.
Tag me in your finished product so I can see how it turns out! 

How to make something like this from s-t-i-c-k-s-t-o-n-e-s:

can you make a tutorial by this post? maysile(.)tumblr(.)com/post/23939670992

Okay, I made one, but it’s completely horrid. I’m sure it would look better if you had better pictures than I did. 

First, open the picture you’re going to use for your background photo. On a 500x500 canvas. I used this one (x)
Apply a gradient map of #4a3440 to #b35055
Size your next picture to 300x125 and apply it (x)
Add another gradient map of #6b5458 to #db7173 and create a mask so it only shows on the smaller picture. 
Add a white line below that photo that is 300x3
Select your next picture, resize it to 300x180 and apply it (x)
Duplicate that picture, set it to lighten, and move it over until it presents a somewhat blurry effect. I set mine to 30% because my pictures were terrible quality. (x)
Add another gradient map of #605856 to #f7e8cb and also map it to where it’s only on the bottom picture. 
Add textures, I got mine from here. And add on some text in Times New Roman. 
Here is the final result