If you spend any time in the Instructables Community Forums >> Community Blog, would see that a while ago I started talking about the art I make to celebrate the ordering of pizza at the Instructables HQ on Thursdays. I have affectionately called it "Pizza Thursdays"

Pizza Thursdays was initiated by Randofo's deep desire to keep his office companions happy and fed, and has evolved into a reason for me to make the most ridiculous gifs ever. Each image is lovingly crafted for about 15 minutes, then mailed out to the entire office as soon as the pizza delivery person arrives.

Pizza Thursdays also lives on tumblr

In the following Instructable, I will go over some of the principles of Pizza Thursday gif-making, and encourage you to experiment with your own creative instincts. 

Step 1: Google Image Search and Photoshop

The two things you will absolutely need to make pizza art is Adobe Photoshop, and internet access.

I carefully consider concept before I begin my image search, carefully selecting my qualifiers. Sure Searching for "Cat" is great, but when you visualize a cat in your pizza art - what kind of cat is it? A tabby? A kitten? Does it have thumbs? The same consideration should be applied for the kind of pizza you are wanting to display or animate.

For this instructable, I am going make a gif with just a few frames - we will heavily utilize Photoshop the animation window, and it's options. To find this dialogue box in Photoshop, go to the "Window" drop down menu, and select "Animation". Then begin a new .PSD file.

<p>OW MY BRAIN</p>
im sorry for your cat loss
I used this image for my "happy new merry birthdapocalypsmas" party!
My best try....
*Could be taken as inappropriate*
Didn't use pizza but I love the tutorial!<br> <br> &nbsp;
OMG! Is this gold and Silver????!!!?!?
It's Canter's Deli down in LA.
My contribution:
Three words: LOL!
Awwww yeah.
Make it wiggle!
More Pizza Art!
I agree the lazers make the pic!
yaaaaaaaaaayyyy! all the stars!

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