How to Create an Animated GIF in Photoshop CC

Learn to create this cool hand-drawn bouncing animation in Photoshop with a few layers and drawing with the Brush tool!
We’ll create a cool squiggly line animation effect in Photoshop using some layers, a few gradients, and the frame-by-frame timeline to make and export our animation as a GIF. Learn to create an animated GIF in this Photoshop tutorial!









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27 thoughts on “How to Create an Animated GIF in Photoshop CC

  1. Youre the man!! Love your tutorials.. kinda worried since you haven't posted in a while.. hope all is well.. 🙂

  2. Thanks for this superb tutorial! Mine was successfully saved as .gif, but why can't it read as a gif in any texting apps? It automatically converted into image format. Did i mess something up during saving? Thanks a lot in advance xo

  3. I'd missed that one. Thanks for the tut. Useful. I had not worked out there was a Frame Animation in the timeline. What would be coll is seeing whether an animated GIF can be imported in Photoshop with the frame animation. I know opening a GIF does preserve layers, but not sure if you have to do the whole frame animation manually again. I'll give it a try and see. Thanks again.

  4. OMG – we put men on the moon 50 years ago, yet Adobe still expects us to manually switch on-off individual layers to manually add them to a time line?!!. Any other professional SW developers would allow users to drag layers straight into the timeline, completing the task in under a second. I'm not ranting at tutvid,… just venting at Adobe's total lack of usability and productivity. Perhaps I should find an old bottle of Tippex and paint out the frames directly on my monitor screen 🙂

  5. DUDE YOURE AWESOME. In less than twelve minutes you've shown me what most knuckleheads would've taken an eternity to explain. ARIGATO.

  6. Ok, so saved mine through legacy , and it doesn't work. Iv'e done it 6 times now. Every time I try to preview it, the gif comes up as a photo, and all the motions are saves as individual images along the side of the preview. Hopefully this makes sense. I have no idea what went wrong.. Can anyone help!?

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