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I think the animated gifs are a good beneficiary of flat design. If you have a limited number of colours, and you do not use gradients you don't need to use dithered patterns. We are used to see this patterns becouse a lot of people use real video segments as avatars, etc. But in this case you have just some colours, lets say 20 and you have at your ...


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Open source NodeBox Processing Your browser (serioulsy, you can do this with css and javascript easily) Blender (2d is just a subset of 3D) a NodeBox3 Example A simple example of using NodeBox to make text appear, I had not used NodeBox 3 before so it took me 15-20 minutes to get up to speed (tough i have used shake and nuke which are very similar). ...


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Pricing should always be a reflection of: Cost of living (how much do you need to earn to live) The actual time spent working on the project Cost of doing business - like your computers, electricity, education and training, office space, etc. Any regulatory/tax costs that you are responsible for Putting it all together you should end up with a good ...


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That is called a halo. This is becouse gif can make transparent only one verey specific colour, not all the intermediate colours that make that small gradient. And you have no other option on a gif file. The one thing you can do is make another version starting with the white background. A Light background version and a dark background version. You can ...


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If you want it to animate along the path itself you need to change the d of #fave. It wasn't clear how you wanted to do it, so I changed the initial two values of the Moveto (M) from M102.539,32.054 to M0,0 to get this result which animates it from the right edge. For more information about that attribute, check out this useful article. You should read ...


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A few of the frames (that's the layers in GIMP, they play from the bottom of the layer stack upwards) in the image got nothing at the animated locations initially. I do not know how you intend this animation to run, but I assume the following: To avoid a gap at the beginning, you should merge the first two frames of each animated area with the background ...


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The snowflake animation for Winter Bash was written by balpha in 2012, and is described in this post by him on meta.SE: I wrote it for last year's Winter Bash, and I actually promised to open source it after some code clean-up, which to my shame I still, one year later, haven't done yet. I made it my mission that if Stack Exchange recycles the ...



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