In this tutorial I’m gonna use this video (x)

I KNOW THAT THIS TUTORIAL CAN SEEM A LITTLE LONG AND DIFFICULT BUT I CAN ASSURE YOU THAT IT’S NOT. ONCE YOU’VE LEARNED HOW IT WORKS IT WILL TAKE YOU 10 MINUTES TO DO IT :)

Well, let’s start!

First of all you need to download one of these two “templates” I’ve made (it depends on how many gifs you want to use) and if it’s the first time you try to achieve this result I suggest you to use the 2 gifs template.

2 gifs template (I’m gonna use this one for this tutorial)

4 gifs template

don’t worry if you don’t see the image, just right click with your mouse and hit SAVE IMAGE AS.

I also suggest you to use the gifs I made for this tutorial (x) (x), it will be easier to achieve this result.

Okay, so if you’re not using my gifs you have to make 2 gifs. Once you’ve saved them open them again in Photoshop.

Now open the 2 gifs template and duplicate it as many times as the amount of frames of the two gifs (for example the 1st gif is composed by 27 frames and the 2nd one is composed by 33 frames you’ll have to duplicate the frames 60 times). (x)

Select ALL the frames of one of the two gifs, click on the little arrow on the right and select COPY FRAMES (x)

Go back to your template, select as many frames as the amount of frames of the first gif. (x)

Now click the little arrow on the right, select PASTE FRAMES and choose PAST OVER SELECTION.

Create a group (x), select ALL the layers of the first gif and drag them into it. Select the group, set the position of the first gif and change the speed to the original speed of the gif. You should obtain something like this:

IMPORTANT PART, PAY ATTENTION!

Duplicate the last LAYER of the gif and duplicate the corresponding frame too. (x)

Now create another group and drag the layer copy into it 

Go back to the first FRAME of the animation and turn off the visibility of the Group 2 by clicking on the eye icon (x). Afterthat make sure that your gif moves because if it doesn’t you’ve probably done something wrong.

Go back to the duplicated frame and turn on the visibility of Group 2. (x)

Select the Layer copy and go to Filter > Blur > Motion Blur.

ANGLE 0 

DISTANCE 10

The duplicated frame should look like this:

Duplicate again the layer copy, then duplicate the last frame (the one with the motion blur filter) (x)

Now select the Layer Copy 2 and the frame that you’ve duplicated (in my case it’s frame 29), press CTRL + T , reduce the size of the gif and move it forward

then hit ENTER. Now turn off the visibility of the Layer copy and of the previous layer.

go back to the previous frame (frame 28 in my case) and turn off the visibility of the Layer copy 2 (x).

Duplicate the last frame of the gif (the one you’ve moved forward) and duplicate the Layer copy 2 too (x).

Press CTRL + T, reduce the size of the gif and move it forward like this:

then hit ENTER. Turn off the visibility of the Layer copy 2, go back to the previous frame (frame 29 in my case) and turn off the visibility of the Layer copy 3. Go to frame 28 and turn off the visibility of the Layer copy 3.

Now duplicate the last frame again and duplicate also the Layer copy 3. Press CTRL  + T and move forward the gif without reducing the size like this:

then press ENTER. Turn off the visibility of the Layer copy 3, go to the previous frame (frame 30 in my case) and turn off the visibility of the layer copy 4. Do the same for the two previous frames (frame 29 and 28).

Now select the last frame of the gif (frame 31) and select the Layer copy 4. Click on the Rectangular marquee tool (x) and select the part which is outside the white square:

select the Eraser Tool (E) and delete it (x)

Duplicate the last frame (in my case frame 31) and duplicate the Layer copy 4 too.

Press CTRL + T and move forward the gif without reducing the size:

press ENTER and turn off the visibility of the Layer Copy 4. Go back to the previous frame (frame 31) and turn off the visibility of the Layer Copy 5. Do the same for the 3 previous frames (frames 30, 29, 28). Now go back to the last frame, select the Rectangular marquee tool and select the part which is outside the white square. Select the Eraser Tool (E) and delete it.

I suggest you to raise the speed of the frames which go to the one with the motion blur up to the last frame of the 1st gif (in my case from frame 28 to frame 32). Once you’ve done you should have something like this:

Now select ALL the frames of the second gif, click the little arrow on the right and select COPY FRAMES. Go back to your template, select as many frames as the amount of frames of the second gif, click the little arrow on the right, select PASTE FRAMES and choose PAST OVER SELECTION.

Create a group, select ALL the layers of the second gif and drag them into it.  Select the group, set the position of the second gif and change the speed to the original speed of the gif. You should obtain something like this:

IMPORTANT PART, READ CAREFULLY!

Duplicate the first layer of the 2nd gif and the first frame of the 2nd gif (x)

Now go back to the 1st frame of the second gif (in my case it’s frame 33) and turn off the visibility of the duplicated layer:

Select the duplicated FRAME (frame 34), turn off the visibility of the DUPLICATED LAYER and set the disposition of the layers like this:

Now go back to the previous frame (frame 33), turn off the visibility of the Layer 1 and turn on the visibility of the duplicated layer.

Now go to Filter > Blur > Motion Blur and apply it to the frame 33 (NOT FRAME 34!)

ANGLE 0

DISTANCE 10 

Create a new group and put the Layer copy into it. Go to the 1st frame of the first gif and turn off the visibility of the new group you’ve just created.

Go back to the first layer of the 2nd gif (frame 33) and turn on the visibility of the group.

Duplicate the layer copy (x) and the frame with the motion blur (frame 33). Select the previous frame and NOT the frame you’ve just duplicated (frame 33 and NOT frame 34).

Now change the position of the layer copies like this:

Now select the frame 33 (which is NOT the frame you’ve duplicated) and th elayer copy 2, press CTRL + T and reduce the size of the gif. Then move it like this:

hit ENTER and turn off the visibility of the layer copy 1. Go to the duplicated frame (frame 34) and turn off the visibility of the layer copy 2.

Now duplicate the frame 33 again (it’s the first frame if the 2nd gif basically) and duplicate the layer copy 2.

Select the frame 33 and the layer copy 3 and move the layer copy 3 under the layer copy 1 and 2 like this:

Now press CTRL + T, reduce the size of the gif and move it like this:


then press enter and turn off the visibility of the layer copy 2.

go to the last duplicated frame (frame 34) and turn off the visibility of the layer copy 3.

go to the other duplicated frame (frame 35) and turn off the visibility of the layer copy 3.

Duplicate the frame 33 (the 1st frame of the second gif) and the layer copy 3.

Select the frame 33 and move the layer copy 4 under the layer copies. Press, CTRL + T and reduce the size of the gif then move it like this:

hit enter and turn off the visibility of the layer copy 3.

go to the last duplicated frame (frame 34) and turn off the visibility of the layer copy 4. Go to the other duplicated frames (frames 35 and 36) and turn off the visibility of the layer copy 4.

Go back to frame 33, select the RECTANGULAR MARQUEE TOOL and select the part of the gif which is outside the square. Then select the ERASER TOOL and delete it.

Now let’s do the same boring process all over again: duplicate the frame 33, duplicate the layer copy 4. Select the frame 33 and move the layer copy 5 under the layer copies. Press CTRL + T, move the gif a little bit more without reducing the size. Press ENTER, select the RECTANGULAR MARQUEE TOOL and select the part of the gif which is outside the square. Then select the ERASER TOOL and delete it. Turn off the visibility of the layer copy 4, go to th eframe 34 and turn off the visibility of the layer copy 5. Go to the other duplicated frames (frames 35, 36 and 37) and turn off the visibility of the layer copy 5. 

I suggest you to raise the speed of the frames which go to the one with the motion blur up to the first frame of the 2nd gif

FINALLY YOU’VE DONE :D



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