Photoshop Anim

Spotlight on Animations Made ​​in Photoshop

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What do you use for your animation???

Asked by
joe-future

samolo:

Hi! I use old Photoshop CS3, and I’m pretty sure every version after it has the animation option (In the top menu Window>Animation and it’s the little bar you with the squares you can see in the low part.

Then you just use a different window in each frame and that’s about it!

Well… you just asked what did I used, but just in case you were interested in the specific tools!image

eyecaging:

AnimDessin2” 2.0.0 for Photoshop CC

A version for Photoshop CS6 users exist, named AnimDessin version 3.0.0:
creative.adobe.com/addons/products/130

To download it, you first need to install the Adobe Exchange panel from here:
adobeexchange.com/api/AdobeExchange_cs6.zxp

Then, form the Adobe Exchange panel (Window > Extensions), search from AnimDessin.”

Thanks :)

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UI ANIMATION IN PHOTOSHOP – TUTORIAL #1

I have been using Photoshop to make UI animations for my work and it works surprisingly well (at least for me). Of course, Adobe After Effect is still the best tool to create complex and awesome animations, but with Photoshop, you can still create some simple and high quality UI animations to preview the animation idea to others. With some combination of animation properties, you can definitely create some rich animations that is sufficient for discussion. There are certain limitations in Photoshop compared to After Effects (of course!), but for someone who wanted to just use one tool for UI Design + simple UI Animations, Photoshop is one of the best tool that you can get (even if it’s not really designed for UI design).
This tutorial #1 will cover some basic procedures to create simple animations using the Timeline feature in Photoshop CS6+ (no GIMP or older Photoshop), so if you are totally new to this, I hope you will find this tutorial helpful for your first step in making UI animation using Photoshop. Let’s begin!
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UI ANIMATION IN PHOTOSHOP – TUTORIAL #1

I have been using Photoshop to make UI animations for my work and it works surprisingly well (at least for me). Of course, Adobe After Effect is still the best tool to create complex and awesome animations, but with Photoshop, you can still create some simple and high quality UI animations to preview the animation idea to others. With some combination of animation properties, you can definitely create some rich animations that is sufficient for discussion. There are certain limitations in Photoshop compared to After Effects (of course!), but for someone who wanted to just use one tool for UI Design + simple UI Animations, Photoshop is one of the best tool that you can get (even if it’s not really designed for UI design).

This tutorial #1 will cover some basic procedures to create simple animations using the Timeline feature in Photoshop CS6+ (no GIMP or older Photoshop), so if you are totally new to this, I hope you will find this tutorial helpful for your first step in making UI animation using Photoshop. Let’s begin!

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Outlet (Inspired by Void) from Emily Kwok on Vimeo.

Outlet (Inspired by Void)

Listening to the song reminded me of that mundane repetitive life in the urban jungle, where nobody gives a damn about our problems. The song is a sort of emotional outlet for all of us working from 9 to 5.

Basically this piece is drawn frame by frame using Photoshop, and uses the principles of exaggeration, squash and stretch.

Song: Void by Seekae (youtube.com/watch?v=70YvlaFQoe8)