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  • trippy psd v1 tutorial

    This is ONE way to do trippy psd's. Trippy psd v2 teaches you another way to do them. Both tutorials will end in a trippy psd, so it doesn't matter which one you choose to follow. I put up two just incase someone doesn't understand one way.

    This tutorial does NOT teach you how to do the trippy style in the preview picture, or in the style you see towards the end. It only teaches you how to set up a trippy psd and then you CHOOSE your own distorts, so you will NOT end up with the same trippy effect as me. You will end up with your own.
    What you'll need:
  • One of the Photoshop Programs


  • The Steps

    1. Make a new document 350x467. In your layers, create a new group


    Name the group after your website.


    2. Create another new group, name it "COLORS" and drag it onto your websites name group.


    3. Create 1 new layer and make sure it's in the 'COLORS' group. I named the layer 'color'.


    4. Create a new layer and make sure it is at the very bottom of your layers, and NOT in your website or colors group at all. I named this layer "ignore this" because at the end of this, you'll be hiding the layer.


    5. Click on your "color" layer. Click on the rectangle marquee tool. Match it's settings to mine.


    6. Click on the document and a long rectangle should automatically pop up. Use the arrows on your keyboard to move this rectangle all the way to the left.
    click here to see what you should have so far

    7. Click "Layer >> New fill layer >> Solid color >> ok >> Select the first color of your color scheme.
    click here to see what you should have so far

    8. Duplicate the layer (Layer >> Duplicate layer >> ok). Change the color of the layer to your 2nd of your color scheme. You should know how to change the color. Drag the layer directly next to the first color. You should not see any black in the background between the 1st and 2nd colors. This is what my document and my layers look like so far.
    click here to see what you should have so far

    9. Duplicate the layer again, change the color to the 3rd color of your color scheme, drag it next to the 2nd color of your color scheme. You should have this so far.
    click here to see what you should have so far

    10. Repeat the last step for the last color of your color scheme. If you see ANY black left like this...
    (picture was cropped for tutorial purposes)


    than you need to delete the 4th layer with the 4th color. Create a new layer, click on the rectangle marquee tool (change it's settings Style to normal and create a rectangle over the area thats left. You should see something like this now:
    click here to see what you should have so far

    11. Click "Layer >> New fill layer >> Solid color >> ok >> Select the fourth color of your color scheme. Now you should have this...
    click here to see what you should have so far

    12. Drag your layers around to where they're in order from color 1-4 and name them.
    Left is before I did this step. Right is after I did this step and what you should have after this step.


    13. Click on your color1 layer. Click on "Filter >>Distort >> You'll see a ton of options pop up. Choose whatever you want. Play with the settings. What ever you do to color1, must be done to the rest. For example, I used the glass distort on color1. On color2, I'll click Filter and now a glass option should be at the very top like below. I'll use that glass distort on all 4 of the color layers.


    After you do the distort to the rest, if you see any black showing than you did something wrong. I used the same glass distort on all of my color layers and this is what I have so far (mine is cropped in half for tutorial purposes)


    14. Continue doing distorts to the layers until you're satisfied with your final product. Hide your black layer. If there is any black still showing (sometimes a little bit does show) than put the color e2e2e2 behind the colors.

    15. Add in any effects or whatever you want. Add in your credit and you're done!

    Finished Product:
    click here