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An anon requested a tutorial for this graphic:

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  • ALL TEXTURES BELONG TO THEIR RIGHTFUL OWNERS. 
  • This is my very first tutorial, so sorry if I get confusing.
  • You can always ask me questions here. Please go off anon.
  • I don’t know if you need some knowledge for Photoshop, but I’m sure this won’t be extremely easy for beginners. 
  • Kind of text heavy.
  • Since I deleted the file, it’s not the exact same! But it’s very similar.
  • Here’s the post for this graphic: x
  • Thank you and enjoy!

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pscs5:

TUTORIAL BY PSCS5; How to make boxes around a text
1. Create your text. I used Courier New as my font for this tutorial.
2. Select the Rectangle Tool. Make sure that your foreground color is set to white:

3. Now using your text as a guide, make a box that covers the text. Your box should be under the text. Once you have that done, it should look something like this:

4. I personally like to add Satin to the box, so that it could have like a vintage touch to it:

Then:

These are my settings:

5. With the satin added:

6. To rotate your text and box, select the move tool and rotate. 
7. To get the more edgy look like box number 3 that says “a text” select the polygon lasso tool:

8. Then start making random lines around the text. Connect the one end to another so that you get moving lines around your text like this:

9. Make a new layer and select the bucket tool. Make sure that this layer is underneath your text and that your foreground color is white. Take the bucket tool and click inside the area of the moving text so that it can be filled in with white:

The result:
 
10. If you want to add the satin, follow step 4.
And that’s really all there’s to it. You don’t need to make a new text for a new word. Just write your whole text out, ex: “How to make” and then just do the boxes around it. Hope this helped. 
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pscs5:

TUTORIAL BY PSCS5; How to make boxes around a text
1. Create your text. I used Courier New as my font for this tutorial.
2. Select the Rectangle Tool. Make sure that your foreground color is set to white:

3. Now using your text as a guide, make a box that covers the text. Your box should be under the text. Once you have that done, it should look something like this:

4. I personally like to add Satin to the box, so that it could have like a vintage touch to it:

Then:

These are my settings:

5. With the satin added:

6. To rotate your text and box, select the move tool and rotate. 
7. To get the more edgy look like box number 3 that says “a text” select the polygon lasso tool:

8. Then start making random lines around the text. Connect the one end to another so that you get moving lines around your text like this:

9. Make a new layer and select the bucket tool. Make sure that this layer is underneath your text and that your foreground color is white. Take the bucket tool and click inside the area of the moving text so that it can be filled in with white:

The result:
 
10. If you want to add the satin, follow step 4.
And that’s really all there’s to it. You don’t need to make a new text for a new word. Just write your whole text out, ex: “How to make” and then just do the boxes around it. Hope this helped. 
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pscs5:

TUTORIAL BY PSCS5; How to make boxes around a text
1. Create your text. I used Courier New as my font for this tutorial.
2. Select the Rectangle Tool. Make sure that your foreground color is set to white:

3. Now using your text as a guide, make a box that covers the text. Your box should be under the text. Once you have that done, it should look something like this:

4. I personally like to add Satin to the box, so that it could have like a vintage touch to it:

Then:

These are my settings:

5. With the satin added:

6. To rotate your text and box, select the move tool and rotate. 
7. To get the more edgy look like box number 3 that says “a text” select the polygon lasso tool:

8. Then start making random lines around the text. Connect the one end to another so that you get moving lines around your text like this:

9. Make a new layer and select the bucket tool. Make sure that this layer is underneath your text and that your foreground color is white. Take the bucket tool and click inside the area of the moving text so that it can be filled in with white:

The result:
 
10. If you want to add the satin, follow step 4.
And that’s really all there’s to it. You don’t need to make a new text for a new word. Just write your whole text out, ex: “How to make” and then just do the boxes around it. Hope this helped. 
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pscs5:

TUTORIAL BY PSCS5; How to make boxes around a text
1. Create your text. I used Courier New as my font for this tutorial.
2. Select the Rectangle Tool. Make sure that your foreground color is set to white:

3. Now using your text as a guide, make a box that covers the text. Your box should be under the text. Once you have that done, it should look something like this:

4. I personally like to add Satin to the box, so that it could have like a vintage touch to it:

Then:

These are my settings:

5. With the satin added:

6. To rotate your text and box, select the move tool and rotate. 
7. To get the more edgy look like box number 3 that says “a text” select the polygon lasso tool:

8. Then start making random lines around the text. Connect the one end to another so that you get moving lines around your text like this:

9. Make a new layer and select the bucket tool. Make sure that this layer is underneath your text and that your foreground color is white. Take the bucket tool and click inside the area of the moving text so that it can be filled in with white:

The result:
 
10. If you want to add the satin, follow step 4.
And that’s really all there’s to it. You don’t need to make a new text for a new word. Just write your whole text out, ex: “How to make” and then just do the boxes around it. Hope this helped. 
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pscs5:

TUTORIAL BY PSCS5; How to make boxes around a text

1. Create your text. I used Courier New as my font for this tutorial.

2. Select the Rectangle Tool. Make sure that your foreground color is set to white:

3. Now using your text as a guide, make a box that covers the text. Your box should be under the text. Once you have that done, it should look something like this:

4. I personally like to add Satin to the box, so that it could have like a vintage touch to it:

Then:

These are my settings:

5. With the satin added:

6. To rotate your text and box, select the move tool and rotate. 

7. To get the more edgy look like box number 3 that says “a text” select the polygon lasso tool:

8. Then start making random lines around the text. Connect the one end to another so that you get moving lines around your text like this:

9. Make a new layer and select the bucket tool. Make sure that this layer is underneath your text and that your foreground color is white. Take the bucket tool and click inside the area of the moving text so that it can be filled in with white:

The result:

 

10. If you want to add the satin, follow step 4.

And that’s really all there’s to it. You don’t need to make a new text for a new word. Just write your whole text out, ex: “How to make” and then just do the boxes around it. Hope this helped. 

LAYERED GIF TUTORIAL

acciocornucopia:

We will be making this gif here…

This tutorial is going to be very short and very simple if you’re already familiar with making a gif

Contains:
Layering gifs basics
Gradient downloads
Changing blending options all at once
Sharpening your gif all at one time
Using tween layers

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Tutorial #10 → “Vintage” Effect

pscs5:

BEFORE:

 

AFTER:

Ok, my vintage can be different of yours, haha so here:

1- Download this psd x

2- Choose a picture, edit

3- Go to the image size (ctrl + alt + i) and change the width to 200px

4- Paste the edited image on the psd you downloaded and you’re done :)

PSCS5: HOW TO MAKE THIS:

pscs5:

In this tutorial I assume you already know how to make a gif (x)

This is the video I used (x).

So, create your first gif and crop it so that it’s 150px x 150px (x). Sharpen it, color it and do whatever you want until you’re satisfied.

If you want to add the white border on the…