these are my first gifs using photoshop

I got a request to explain how to apply a doodle gif texture, and since I couldn’t find a tutorial, I decided to make one myself! I will be explaining (with lots of pictures) how to apply the hearts gif shown in the banner. I used the hearts gif from this doodle pack.

What you will need: photoshop. I use cc 2015.
Difficulty level: ★★☆☆☆

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What does Yuzuru mean by “wanting to win overwhelmingly” and making Mr. Matsuoka speechless yet again (after this incident) 

Another interesting interview with Mr. Matsuoka :D and this is my first time using Photoshop to do subtitles, so much thanks to @the-real-xmonster​ for rescuing me from my Photoshop nightmare :x

Pixel Art Tree Tutorial

When I first started out doing pixel art I couldn’t find a good tutorial on how to make trees. So now that I’m a bit better, I’ve decided to make my own! 

For this tutorial, you’ll need some sort of digital art program. You probably shouldn’t be looking at digital art tutorials if you don’t have a digital art program. I use Pro Motion, but I’m pretty sure that Gimp and Photoshop work too. 

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I was going through my hard drive and found a little something that I had forgotten about; a Frozen edit where I corrected Elsa’s magical/physics-defying braid. (It annoyed the heck out of me so I fixed it… Sooo satisfying!)

Program used: Photoshop CC (ca 2-3h) PS: I am a digital compositor, not an animator.

EDIT: To those whom cannot see the difference - In the original, Elsa’s braid goes right through her left arm, while in my edit it folds and falls over her shoulder. If you focus on the end/tip of her hair in the first one, you will notice that it never goes over her arm, but still manages to get in front of it.