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How to make GIF on Photoshop and add coloring

Hi, how are you?! Now we are going to see how to make a GIF on Photoshop and, right after, how to add coloring!

First, you will need to download the video you want a gif of. I used the 4K Video Downloader, you have to download this software but it’s really easy to use and it’s quick to download.

You just have to copy the video link and click “Paste link”. After that, the download will start automatically and it will be saved on your computer.

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With your video ready to go, open Photoshop and go to File > Import > Video Frame to Layers and open your video.

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It will open the window below. Drag the arrows to adjust the range of your gif and make sure the second option to the left is selected (otherwise it will take a lifetime to open the file or maybe crash Ps).

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Now that I adjusted the range and “Selected Range Only” is marked, click OK to open the file. Then go to Window > Timeline.

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I like to work with the Timeline at the bottom of the file, to do so just drag the timeline window to the bottom till it appears a blue line then release.

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For this one, it opened 55 layers but this is too heavy and long so select the layers you want to delete and delete them (from the layers section but also from the timeline, select and click at the trash can icon). Now we have this:

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To resize your file go to Image > Image size or use the shortcut Alt+Ctrl+I. Click on the link so the ratio maintains and change it for the desired size. I ended up using 245 x 138.

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How to add coloring

If you have a PSD coloring you want to use, just open it and drag it to the gif file but make sure that the first frame is selected.

Or you can create your own coloring by adding adjustments on top of all layers and still making sure that the first frame/layer is selected.

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Saving your GIF

To save your GIF go to File > Export > Save to Web or use the shortcut Alt+Shift+Ctrl+S.

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Select GIF and save!

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How to work Side by Side with Full View and Zoomed View

This can be useful when you are working with a project that you have to zoom and go back to full view multiple times to have a better view of what you are doing, like fine details. For that, there’s a quicker away to work!

Go to Window > Arrange > New window for file_name. For example, my file name is “margot-amateurps.png”. Then it will show “New window for margot-amateurps.png”.

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Then, you will have two tabs with the same name like so:

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To arrange it side by side you can either drag the second tab to the right till a blue line appears like the image below. Then release it.

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Or you can go back to Window > Arrange and select “Side by side”:

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After that, you can zoom in on one of the tabs and edit.

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Everything that you do on the zoomed-in tab you show on the full-size one since it’s the same file. This gives you freedom to work on details while still having an overview of how everything is looking at regular size.

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When you are done, you can close the duplicated (full view) tab and save the original (zoomed-in) one!


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Ps useful shortcuts + How to create your own shortcuts

*For Mac users: use Cmd instead of Ctrl / Opt instead of Alt

  • TOOLS

Move (V)
Marquee (M)
Lasso (L)
Quick Selection / Magic Wand (W)
Crop (C )
Eyedropper (I)
Spot Healing (J)
Brush (B)
Clone Stamp (S)
History Brush (Y)
Eraser (E)
Gradient / Paint Bucket (G)
Blur (no shortcut)
Dodge / Burn (O)
Pen (P)
Horizontal/Vertical Type (T)
Path Selection (A)
Rectangle / Rounded Rectangle / Elipse / Polyon / Line / Custom Shape (U)
Hand (H)
Rotate View (R )
Zoom (Z)

  • OTHERS

DOCUMENT

Create a new document: Ctrl + N
Close a document: Ctrl + W
Open: Ctrl + O
Create new layer: Ctrl + Shift + N
Open ruler: Ctrl + R
Image size (to resize document): Ctrl + Alt + I

  • ZOOM

Zoom in/out: Alt + scroll bottom up/down or Ctrl and + to zoom in and Ctrl and - to zoom out (by 100%)
Navigate: Ctrl+scroll bottom up/down to navigate horizontally or Fn+scroll bottom up/down to navigate vertically
Bring document back to 100% (size): Ctrl+1
Fit on screen: Ctrl+0

  • LAYERS

Scroll through layers: alt + [ (down) or ] (up)
Merge visible layers (creates a new layer with all visible layers flatten): Ctrl+Alt+Shift+E
Flatten visible layers (flattens everything into a single layer): Ctrl+Shift+E
Clipping mask: Ctrl+Alt+G
Move layer: Ctrl+[ (down) or ] (up)
Select all layers: Ctrl+Alt+A
Make a layer/group invisible/visible: Ctrl + <

  • OTHERS

Select everything: Ctrl+A
Deselect: Ctrl+D
Free transform: Ctrl + T
Select a color: Alt, while working with the brush tool. The eyedropper will appear. Click and drag to find the color you want and then release it.
Select a color 2: while working with the brush tool, click Alt+Shift+right click to open the HUD Color Picker. Drag to pick the color you want and release.

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Resize brush: [ (smaller) or ] (bigger) or Alt+click right bottom and drag horizontally to change the size and vertically to change the hardness
Increase/decrease brush hardness: { (smaller) or } (bigger)
Open brush window: right-click to change brush, size, and hardness.

  • ADJUSTMENTS

Change blend mode: Shift + or -

Or you can also click Shift+Alt+(letter) to go directly to the desired blend mode. You don’t have to remember all of these but it’s useful and quicker to know the ones you use the most. See spreadsheet below:

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Curves: Ctrl+M
Color Balance: Ctrl+B
Hue/Saturation: Ctrl+U

When you use these shortcuts, the adjustment will be applied directly to the layer you have selected.

CREATING YOUR OWN SHORTCUTS/EDITING EXISTING ONES

Go to Edit > Keyboard Shortcut and it will open a window like the one below. Then, you open the category you want and change/add the shortcut and click ok.

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Ps.: My Photoshop is in Portuguese, sorry. But I’ll translate when it’s needed.


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Workflow

  • I decided on a quote to use
  • Then designed my way around and through it

Design Process

  • Built the main components such as typography, background, and textures in Ai
  • Exported the entire artboard onto Ps for finishing details like surface textures and color blends

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