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Discussion in 'Retouching and Post Processing' started by RayGuselli, Jun 12, 2007.
Hope it works...please wait for gif to load...
My nephew Daz helped with this......
Great job, as usual, Ray. I would've bet it was a Cadillac.
Love the background:>))))
Your USA motors are great.....really should be a little patriotic and do a Roller or a Bentley...LOL
Had a job importing the gif....
I can do gifs ok (to a degree) but did not know how to get a gif, already created, into the image.
My nephew tried to talk me through over the phone but we have different versions of Image Ready so could not do....he kindly did it for me and e mailed it back.....Nice to have a clever young nephew:smile:
Many thanks again and best wishes
Another great job. Adding the GIF can open a lot of doors ......... maybe soon all your artwork will be animated.
Wonderful Ray!! I like the flood and how the blue blends into the background on the right! I would love to try a gif in a photo...is it tricky to do??
...I see... the red, white and blue! Clever compositing Ray and well done.
Thanks Robert (and everyone else)
Doint a gif is usually no problem or animating part of an image....the problem was that I used a gif of the flag, already made.
That was where I had an issue but my nephew (who did the animation tutorial for us here about 12 months ago) did it for me....he said it was easy but as he had a different version of the program, I could not figure out what he was trying to tell me over the phone....
So I emasiled the finished bits and he put the flag in for me...
When I find out how to do I wil post for you Robert...
Thanks Ray!! I feel as if I need to make amends...I have yet to try the animation tutorial! Having just a small area of an image animated is something I've been thinking about and that's what you have with this fine example of yours!!:smile:
That's a sweet piece Ray. Don't post too many comment s on your threads but always love to see what you're up to and I'm always floored!
You really need to tell us how you got the "gif" within a "gif" here.
This is a pretty interesting approach and I'd love to learn how this is done.
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