Thank you very much! ;A; I’m not exactly too sure what you’re talking about. The scenes I picked for the gifset were quite bright to begin with, so I don’t think I done all that much to the brightness. I think I usually add curves to make the scene a little bit brighter. For the faded type-look, it might be because I used a gradient that fades into white & set it to soft-light. Sometimes I also take a brush, change the colour of the brush to white, set the opacity to 21% for example, brush where I would like the scene to look softer, & lower the opacity if needed. To be honest, I do this for practically all of my gifs. (*^-^*;A) Oh, & I also add a solid layer of white, set the layer type to screen & lower the opacity of that as well.
I also use some vibrance on my gifs, so that might also be another reason why the colours may look brighter. For the sharp-look, I usually just manually sharpen each frame once.
I’m sorry I’m not much help; trying to think of the kind of things I may have done to get the gifs looking like that, but I can’t recall everything. ;__; I really should start saving files for each gif I make so I can see what I do as I sometimes want to make the same effect that I had done previously but can’t as I didn’t save it as a PSD. /sobs
Cannot believe I’ve made progress on this page so quickly, but here’s my animanga family page! Added all the people who have asked to be in it! ^-^ The page is still kind of unfinished as I will probably want to change the background later, but, progress is progress nonetheless!
Anyone is still free to join!