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Great job! You just drew the door!
You're well on your way to becoming a graphic artist. And don't forget, if you mess up, you have the eraser tool, and even better than that, you have the power to Undo your last change:.
So if you can't get those windows and doorknobs right, just keep Undoing until you get it the way you want it. Now you have a great little door, so let's save it in a file so we can get it into our web page. But wait, the picture has all that white space we don't need.
Let's get rid of it. Click on the selection tool. Put your cursor at the top left of the door:. Click and drag until you've selected the picture:. Now you can create a new picture without all the white space. Press Command-J to create a new file in Graphic Converter.
Select Save from the File menu and type in the name of the file. And select GIF as the type of file.
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Be sure to remember in what folder you save it! And see Animation to find out about making your GIFs boogie. But first some information on Color. Files Words Pictures Color Links. There are a few ways to do this, including: Scanner: The scanner scans the picture and turns it into a file.
The third and for us the most fun type of 3D photography is wiggle 3D or wiggle stereoscopy or wigglegram or in japanese — Piku Piku. Creating 3D photos is pretty fun, but it does require some skill. To take a perfect photography by your standards, you have to shoot the object at the perfect time, conditions and camera settings, right?
The guidelines for creating 2D photos for wigglegrams are quite simple. Ok, we are finally here.
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With your camera out and ready, choose an object near you, focus on it in viewfinder and shoot. Now comes the tricky part. Select singles in the Format field. Select Silver in the Certification field. Ultratop Library and Archives Canada. Suomi soi 4: Suuri suomalainen listakirja in Finnish 1st ed. Helsinki: Tammi. GfK Entertainment Charts. Lately I've been obsessed with all things 3-D, especially when done in a MacGyver-ish low budget way.
Anybody with a camera can make stereographic photos, but here are some interesting examples I've come across in my 3-D research. San Francisco-based artist Joshua Heineman is taking the vintage approach.
Heineman digs up old stereographs at the New York Public Library, some of which date as far back as the 19th century. Historically, they would spring to life with the use of a stereoscope. Mexico City-based photographer Jaime Martinezon the other hand, makes his wiggles from scratch. He began creating animated GIFs from images he'd found online.