Discussion in 'Creative Writing & Arts' started by Intel, Mar 14, 2003.
Just outta curiousity, what programs do u guys use to make your avs, sigs, etc?
I use Adobe PhotoShop 7.0. And I also TRY to use ImageReady 7.0 for animation.
Adobe Photoshop 7.0 and ImageReady 7.0
same here.....Adobe is my best friend! hehe.
AliasALIAS or Britany, since you guys use Adobe then do any of you know how to add another frame to an animated sig in ImageReady?
First work on Photoshop. Work on different layers. Then when you're ready to animate, go to File > Jump To > Adobe ImageReady. At the bottom-left there's a little thing that shows all the frames. You'll start off with one frame. Click the icon (see picture below) to duplicate frames. Then, for each frame, hide the layers you don't want to show. To save, go to File > Save Optimized As, and save...
how do you take those snapshots of ur com? I'm always horrible at explaining things with just words....
Press "PrintScreen" and that's it. Just have to paste it. (some ppl say Ctrl+PrintScreen, but PrintScreen alone works for me)
ah kool! I'll have to try that......
I have Adobe PhotoDeluxe Business edition 1.1, i can't seem to find if it can animate or not
ah AliasALIAS, you are one of the greats. Tommy and Brittany being the other Greats. heheheh
Finally someone has explained it to me. Thank God because I was about to go nuts. Im gonna try it tonight because I am bored and not really tired. Thanks again!
Man im so stupid grrrrr
When I go to image ready and click the button that you told me to, I start messing around with the layers in one of the frames. But whenever I do that all the pictures in all the frames move around too. Isnt there a way where you can just work on one frame at a time without affecting the others???
I use photoplus 5.5 is anybody familiar with that? Anyways how can you download brushes???
Work from left to right. Start with the first frame, then the next, and so on.
yea but when I try and work on just one frame they all change.
That's why you work from left to right. The first frame will affect all other frames, but the second frame won't affect the first.
ah ok i get it now.
thanks. you rock! heheheheh
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