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First year since, like, 4th grade that I’ve handed out valentines.
(Oh my glob, I’m sooo unoriginal… the only original concept out of all of these is the first one. )
These are too cute! Keep drawing!
Ahoy, holiday shoppers and collectors of fine webcomics paraphernalia: I have 10 Marceline and the Scream Queens #5 variant covers up for sale on Etsy RIGHT NOW. They are $30 each, include one of 10 original Adventure Time sketch cards, and shipping is FREE (in the US and Canada).
Thank you all for your patience - I hope to have more in the coming weeks, but nothing is certain! CLICK!
A quick tutorial, now REBLOGGABLE. But it only works on a Mac:
Open iMovie. Make a video using your webcam/iSight using the camcorder button. Trim it to the size you want. Then choose “Share > Export using Quicktime” from the toolbar and you’ll get a box with some options. Pick these:
Export: Movie to Quicktime Movie
Use: Broadband - High (you can select lower settings! Keep in mind the lower the quality, the longer the gif you can make. I cap out at about 3 seconds long.)
This saves your file as a .mov. From here, open Photoshop and click on File > Import > Video Frames to Layers. I usually select the option “Limit to Every 2 Frames”. You can get fancy here, like using the Window > Animation panel to change the frame speed to 0.6/second instead of 0.3 or 0.4, but pretty much all you need to do from there is Chose File > Save For Web & Devices, select your file type as a .gif and play with the settings to make it look right. Generally, if your file size is too high, reduce the number of colours (to 64 or 32) or play with the Lossy slider.
Remember, tumblr won’t load gifs over 1mb or 500 pixels wide.
Then, if you want to insert the image into a text post (let’s say, a response to an ask) without it becoming a grey box, here’s how:
Open a tumblr window, and make a new text post. Above the Post box, to the right, click the ‘+ Upload Photo’ button. Select the gif you’ve made. When it uploads, click the HTML button and find the image address. It should start with http://media.tumblr.com. Once you have that address, you can insert it in any post as a URL image! Cool, huh?!
Have fun! It takes practice!