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So this is an 'ible on how you animate GIF images in photoshop, dead simple, lots of fun and very easy to do, though a little labour intensive, in com...
A copy of photoshop. A copy of Imageready (usually comes with PS) About half an hour to an hour to play with A little experience in computer graphics ...
Ok so make yourself a new document, not too big though, see GIF images that are animated are alot bigger and are also CPU intensive so big one's will ...
Draw your image or object, start out simple, I'm using a ball as the example here, depending on you what you like, a smiley face where something moves...
So get your new layer, if you made the ball or similar object, select it and move it, we can always come back and add the background. If you made a f...
Duplicate the newly changed layer. Continue moving the item in question or adding on the new thing as you go along, remember to duplicate the newest ...
This is easy, to export over to imageready, click the little image at the bottom of the tool bar, oh now you're in imageready... Also you can hit shif...
So save your file in imageready... Do that by choosing file - save optimised as... You can discard the photoshop file or save the PSD. so you can come...
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