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 No.12106[D]

Make gif tutorials for your fellow anons. Not sure how? Don't worry, pic related is a tutorial for that

 No.12107[D][DF]

>>12106
This is quite interesting, thanks for this

You rolled the number 234273733 (dubs)

 No.12108[D][DF]

>>12107
U got nothing to teach me back anon? Are you going to leave me here, rotting in my ignorance?

 No.12109[D][DF]

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>>12106
I made pic related as a custom reaction image, and I can teach you how to do it.
Basically, I took the original image (superlative laugh) and put it in paint.net, masked/rotated it to match my reference (a scene of King Kittan from TTGL) and then applied a motion blue to it, incrementing the severity repeatedly while also turning up the brightness. At each increment, I saved an individual png, and in this manner I made all of the frames, then I stitched them together using this:
ezgif.com/combine
The other tools on the site allowed me to adjust the timing as necessary, and I think it came out with a striking resemblance to the original scene. I encourage you guys to make your own reaction images; it's fun and lets you express yourself while also providing 22chan with exclusive OC.
Granted, I don't think I've ever actually used this particular gif before.

 No.12110[D][DF]

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>>12109
That's neat! Thanks for the tutorial. How long did it take you though? Individually saving png's sounds kinda painful even for a short animation like yours
As for reaction pictures, I like to take stuff from "obscure" sources, but honestly I barely post any sort of reaction pictures at all

 No.12111[D][DF]

>>12110
It was a little tedious since there were at least 20 frames, but it didn't take too long. Maybe an hour at most, probably less.
Snipping your own reactions is always good too. I've gotten some good ones that way.

 No.12112[D][DF]

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>>12110
these two for example are by Ryan Armand, a great webcomic artist who created my favorite comic ever (minus). I've posted him numerous times here
There are some pics I guess I could try to make into reaction images but I just don't really have ideas for how to make them work. I guess I haven't really absorbed the idea of reaction image yet

 No.12113[D][DF]

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>>12111
I've worked on an animation with gimp so I know it can be a bit tiring. Though in your case I wonder if it could've been quicker in some software specialized in animation. I mean, changing numeric parameters over time seems like something a computer would be great at
Completely unrelated reaction pic here we go

 No.12114[D][DF]

>>12113
Yeah, now that you mention it, I do have some video editing software that might have been more suitable for it. It's not something that's easy to come by for free, though.

 No.12115[D][DF]

>>12114
Cracks exist. I recommend rutracker.org, it's in russian but of solid quality. I've used it for years and never gotten anything. And you can always read the comments

 No.12116[D][DF]

>>12115
I use Rutracker too, lol. Great site. There's a lot of obscure films to be found there.

 No.12117[D][DF]

>>12116
Oh, nice. I brought this up because I feel like knowing how to torrent is an important skill for intermediate computer users. At least people on imageboards should definitively know about this stuff

 No.12118[D][DF]

>>12117
I agree. I'm surprised that more people don't know how to torrent, it's fucking amazing!



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