Tag Archives: AnimatedGIFAssignments

Animated Movie Trading Card Tutorial

As promised, I’ve created a tutorial for the “Movie Trading Cards—Now With More Animation!” assignment I did earlier today. The tutorial was written in the spirit of the Animated GIF tutorial I wrote a while back which seems to have … Continue reading

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Movie Trading Cards—now with animation!

Inspired by the Sno-Cat movie trading card for The Shining (updated link), I started messing around with how I could do this in GIMP. While playing I started to think, why can’t we animate the movie scenes? A few hours later … Continue reading

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Great Train Robbery GIF

Here’s an old gold gif, 1903 old, taken from Edwin Porter’s The Great Train Robbery. It is easy to see how this image inspired a similar shot in Gun Crazy, which you can see as a GIF below.

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Yie Ar Kung-Fu GIFs

This series of GIFs is in honor of the 1985 classic arcade game Yie Ar Kung-Fu.  I’ve already written about my love for this game on the bava, so I’ll save you my usual flood of verbiage. For the record, … Continue reading

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Animate 2600: Haunted House

I always knew Haunted House was a classic Atari 2600 game, what I didn’t know is that it inspired a whole new genre of survival horror video games! From the Wikipedia article: Haunted House is an Atari 2600 video game, first released in … Continue reading

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Dead Zone Crash

Here is my first experiment with animated GIF montage. It’s pretty hard to do, and this attempt is from perfect, but I am starting to get a sense of how this works—and want to do a series focusing on David … Continue reading

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