Discussion in 'Spam....' started by JIM, Jun 5, 2013.
what about zomies dragging the blood name into position?
hmmm.. That sounds challenging. I'll have a go but dont expect it soon
oh wait you mean the zombie pulling 'JIM' into frame?
YEAH, i think that would be awesome lol
hmm.. I'll give it a shot.. problem is making animated scenes low file size. Plus Animated Gifs look choppy around the edges with transparent backgrounds, so might have to copy the forum's background and try to match it perfectly.
okay so I've been playing around with the vector in flash and got it moving but I've only done around half if that of the animation and even with taking a lot of frames out to the point where the annimation looks skippy, the gif it 5meg.. sorry mate, the only way I can do this is either: flash animations are allowed as sigs OR the image is tiny.
5 meg is way to big a file and it isnt finished yet! wow. Anything over 500k is considered big lol Mine is 800k and I'm surprised it's allowed.
Mine was full raster to begin with (a clip from a cartoon/anime) so I could make it shit quality and no-one could tell it was shit quality. If I did the same with yours (even with a background) you'd see choppy pixels and random "Artifacts" ie.. blocks of weird coloured pixels. NOT GOOD. My sig has loads but you don't really notice unless looking for them. Yours will show up like dogs balls cos it isn't a dark background..its light forum background or transparent (transparent ad's a lot more file size with animation but less with still frame depending). I'll have a play after xmas and see what I can do.
no worries bro XD
never say never mate, I'll play with it.
okay then.. laymans terms.. send me a carton of coopers vintage ale for Christmas and I'll come up with something.
heh nah mate I'll see what I can do.
no probs mate, if its not gonna work, its not gonna work
would it be easier to have the image i have now deteriorate into a blood pool?
been trying to get ahold of you on fb and skype
I've been overseas. lol
pretty much anything is "overseas" for an aussie
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