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mew²
January 10th, 2010, 11:53 PM
I've seen only a few of these signatures but I don't know how to make them.

What they are is a .gif image inside a big frame and is the size of a signature.

An example of one I seen is of Call of Duty. The non .gif part say Boom Head Shot! and has a picture of a scope. Inside the scope is the .gif image where I player shoots someone in the head.

Does anyone on here make signature like this. Or by any chance have a tutorial on making one? Help would be much appreciated.

And if these is in the wrong section, I have sincere apologizes.

Dukey
January 11th, 2010, 01:24 AM
All questions go in the Graphics Lounge, though I'll answer anyway.

Now, from what you've described, I'd say that the whole graphic is actually the animated gif, though the only part they have changed on each frame is the screen recording, one way of getting each frame of a movie is by going into windows movie maker, and saving a picture of each different frame, tedious yeah. Each different frame was then pasted onto the graphic, and saved as seperate images, which were then animated, this can be done with Photoshop, or for a free program I recommend UNfreez.

mew²
January 11th, 2010, 01:58 AM
All questions go in the Graphics Lounge, though I'll answer anyway.

Now, from what you've described, I'd say that the whole graphic is actually the animated gif, though the only part they have changed on each frame is the screen recording, one way of getting each frame of a movie is by going into windows movie maker, and saving a picture of each different frame, tedious yeah. Each different frame was then pasted onto the graphic, and saved as seperate images, which were then animated, this can be done with Photoshop, or for a free program I recommend UNfreez.

Thanks, I'll give that a try.
Sorry it isn't in the Graphic's Lounge, haven't been here for months and I forgot quesntions go in there.

Moderators, please lock or merge this thread if needed. Thank you.

Loki
January 15th, 2010, 03:30 PM
Eh, I figure since your question's been answered, I'll just lock it.
/closed