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  1. Living Without a Net

    It’s been a .GIFeriffic Kinda Week

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    This week brought .GIF’s, tears, and laughs.  The tears and laughs were brought on by watching awful and some amazing movie scenes.  It is hilarious how BAD some movies actually are! Seriously, Gigli???  Max and Me???  Glitter???  Worst of the worst really.  That said I decided to NOT do a .GIF of any of those.  ...
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    Getting My .GIF On | Part 3

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    Okay, so basically I thought I would show you my awesome ATTEMPT at  making a .GIF with less movement.  The goal was to lower the shaking in the background so that the REAL main focus would be the actual action. Let’s just say, Fail. Not because of the tutorial I used from @cogdog.  It was ...
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    Getting My .GIF on | Part 2

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    As I promised yesterday I’ve got “West Nile Virus Cartoons” for you.  (A.K.A. .GIF’s.) First things first, again, the assignment: Say It Like the Peanut Butter “Make an animated gif from your favorite/least favorite movie capturing the essence of a key scene. Make sure the movement is minimal but essential.” A couple of tools that ...
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    Getting my .GIF On | Part 1

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    Phone conversation with my sister Monday night– ME:Okay, so I got my new DS assignment. LUCE:  What do you have to do? ME:  Make an animated .GIF from my favorite or least favorite movie.  It has to capture the emotion of a particular scene. LUCE:  Oh, I don’t even know what that means. ME:  Yes, ...
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    Let Me Introduce Myself

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    The assignment: Do the Daily Create for 15 January 2013…  “Find nearest over-looked everyday object. Fabricate a story about it being a key part of your childhood.” I wasn’t really interested in plastering my face across the screen…not just yet at least, I am sure that day will come!  This is my first attempt at ...
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    Girl Without A Net

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    Hi!  My name is Jennifer.  I am a thirty-something gal living the good life with a great husband and some crazy dogs in Northern Virginia. I really like to make stuff. Yes, you read that right, stuff, all kinds of stuff. I like to try most anything, but usually fall back on painting, photography, and ...

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