Corey shows you how to create automatic color transitions in Adobe Photoshop CS3.



  1. Elizabeth 29 March, 2008 at 13:36 Reply

    This is cool. But I could not do the animation part. I am using Adobe Photoshop 7. Any body knows? Thanks.

  2. Ian Cook 2 April, 2008 at 23:19 Reply

    Great tutorial, but when I play through the finished product, it goes slow the first time like you said it would but after it goes through multiple times it still moves at a very slow FPS rate… Is there a way to fix this?

  3. abdullah zorba 4 April, 2008 at 19:55 Reply

    it is very nice tutorial. i have learned a lot. i have tried it and i was be able to do. Also i enjoyed a lot. thanks for this wanderful tutorial.

  4. David 5 April, 2008 at 11:35 Reply

    Hi, I was wondering if you could do animations in photoshop cs2, if so, where is it? i would appreciate it if you would email me, and INCREDIBLE TUTORIAL by the way

  5. Márcio Guerra 17 May, 2008 at 14:48 Reply

    Nice work, man!
    For those with problems, only works on Photoshop CS3, but Extended… Yep… It sucks… For the one who asked about the keyframe rate, or something like it, in the fly out menu you have some options for the video! Good luck.

    And thanks for these great tutorials…

    Márcio Guerra

  6. Josh 21 July, 2008 at 12:48 Reply

    I too need to know how to save this file to maintain the color changing goodness…I tried .gif but it says i must flatten the image and discard the animation…which of course is not what I want.

    any help would be greatly appreciated!

    Im going to close this document and lose what i did, but since the tutorial was so well explained i can do it again any time!

    with regards

  7. Ryan 6 August, 2008 at 02:50 Reply

    @ David. Look in, window>then open animation platte.

    For formatting, save as a GIF. and then save as Interlaced.. i had trouble formatting too but i figured out that

  8. Josh 6 August, 2008 at 18:19 Reply

    yes yes!! thanks so much Ryan!

    I went into the Save(optimize) for Web dialogue box [Shft+Ctrl+Alt+S]

    and changed around a few setting, I selected Interlaced as you said, and I also had to change the Color Reduction Algorithm to “Windows” to get rid of the icky appearance of the GIF under its default algorithm.

    and sufficed to say, it worked! I ended up with this!

  9. Nikki Breccia 9 March, 2009 at 13:07 Reply

    this is great! im doing a movie poster for graphic design, im in 11th grade.. and it’s really well explained im going to try using it tomorrow. hopefully saving isn’t a problem!! good work corey

  10. ricardo galvao from Brazil 22 May, 2009 at 09:37 Reply

    Hi Great master..
    thanks for all stuff..
    I did it with original red, when I put the color on layer by Layer style, only works with blend mode color….
    blend mode overlay only works with lite background color (as the gray one wich scott took for you)…
    thanks again…


  11. Jesse 1 July, 2009 at 15:59 Reply

    Yeah for CS4 (normal) the overlay does not work, but if you change it to color or hue the color pops right out…. so maybe it is b/c im not using an “Extended” edition.

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