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  • Signature Gatherer...some sort of...
    Post any kind of Forum Post signatures that you made, you find, you...stealBig GrinBig GrinBig Grin

    and to add something for discussion...

    what programs that you use and the process of how this Internet Urban Culture arts of yours are made...if it's yours


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    I take the image from CGsociety, cropped it, put it on MSPaint, download some tengwar fonts, and played a little bit of brightness-contrast..


    lightbulb i like this thread Big Grin

    heres one i made...actually it was a bigger picture i just cropped it...i used it for a short while on sb

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    I don't sugarcoat anything.....do i look like willy fucking wonka to you
    [Image: jamessigpicsmall.gif]

    I made this for James2.0 in ULead GIF Animator. Basically each frame is hand drawn with shadows applied by TruShadow GIF library I found.

    Wildcard is awesome.
    i finally know 'watt' hes talking about Tongue

    i stole this because i didn't feel like making one. Big Grin

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    "Yeah. I understand the mechanics of it, shithead. I just don't understand how this is any less retarded than what I'm suggesting." - Kiley; Housebound.
    just a simple question
    I always wonder what kind of raster programs that actually fitted to do the animation .gif for the signatures
    Open source or not
    I can draw, but to animated it in Adobe Flash are just too much for me
    You can do the animation in Gimp using layers, but I find ULead (a very old program) still has the upper-hand in the way it handles (reusable) objects, paths and 'tweening', a process that handles fades and movement automatically.

    Wildcard is awesome.
    ULead express?
    well I got my hand on PainterXI right now, but still look too much hassle for me
    need something as simple as Adobe Flash...or at least Macromedia...
    My first signature was this one:
    [Image: MyUserBar.gif]
    I made it by sourcing userbar images online and then used a online userbar generator that limited me to 10 userbar images per animation, not including transitions.

    My latest one, which is below, I made by sourcing userbar images online like the first, but then I learned how to animate it myself in Adobe Photoshop. It was actually a whole lot easier than I thought it would be.

    [Image: MyUserBar2.gif]
    I just stole it from Photobucket stock list

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    can you get someone to hit it with a hammer?

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