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  • trippy psd v2 tutorial

    This is ONE way to do trippy psd's. Trippy psd v1 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 a new layer, make the layer black. I'm naming mine 'blackbg' for this tutorial. Drag this layer to the bottom of all of the layers. This is what I have so far.

    4. Create 4 new layers. Drag them into the "COLORS" group. Name them color1, color2, color3, color4.

    5. Click on the "rectangular marquee tool" and match your settings to mine.

    6. Click on the layer 'color1' and then, with the rectangular marquee tool, click on the document. Using the arrows on your keyboard, move the rectangular shape that popped up all the way to the left. Fill that area with the color white by using the paintbucket tool.
    click here to see what you should have so far

    7. Click on layer 'color2' and do the same as the last step, but line the rectangle up DIRECTLY next to the first. This is what my document and layers look like so far. There should be NO black showing on the left side so far.
    click here to see what you should have so far

    8. Repeat this method for layer 'color3'.

    9. Repeat for layer 'color4' but for some reason sometimes there's a little bit of black left on the right like this

    if there's some black left then just move the rectangle tool (still on color4's layer) over and use the paintbucket tool to fill in that little area.
    tip Make sure you use the paint bucket tool in the exact little area that's left because if you try to use it in the area that's already white, it will not show up white in the little black area.

    10. Click ">>Select >> Deselect." The rectangle tool should be deselected now.

    Now your entire document should be white and each color layer should have a piece of the white like this.
    click here to see what you should have so far

    11. Click on layer 'color1' Hold in the CTRL key on your keyboard and click the thumbnail (little preview of the layer on the layer) of layer 'color1.' If you did that right than that area of the document should now be selected. It'll look like a rectangle popped up.

    Click "Layer >> New fill layer >> Solid color >> ok >> choose the first color of your color scheme. That area should now be that color & this is what your layers and document should look like now.
    click here to see what you should have so far

    12. Do the same thing in the last step to the other 3 color layers. You should have 8 layers in the COLORS group now and the entire document should be colored like this.
    click here to see what you should have so far

    13. Delete the original 'color' layers and you should have 4 layers in the COLORS group now. Name each layer. I'm naming mine 'color1, color2, color3, color4' again.

    14. This is when you should SAVE the psd as your main trippy psd so that you don't have to repeat that long process ever again.

    15. Click on layer 'color1.' Click "Filter >> Distort" and alot of different distort options should pop up. This is where you do something totally random. Play with the settings of whichever one you want. Once you have chosen one. The documents look will change like this (please note that I probably did not choose the same distort as you, so yours will not look exactly like this) You will see black for now.
    click here to see an example

    16. This is important. You have to do that exact distort to the other 3 layers now. So click on layer 'color2' and Click "Filter" and that exact distort should be at the top. For example, I used a "wave" distort and now when I click "filter" I see the wave option at the top. OR hold in CTRL on your keyboard and push the F key, so CTRL + F. Everything should be distorted and evened out now.
    click here to see an example

    17. Continue on distorting the layers until you're satisfied with the total outcome. Just make sure that you use the same distort on each layer before starting a new distort.

    sometimes a tiny bit of black will show in the background. When this happens, make the bacground color #e2e2e2.

    18. Add whatever effects (like grunge) and add your credit and you're done

    Finished Product:
    click here