Perspective Mockup Slideshow Previous Demo Back to the Codrops Article Free Mockup images from: Line Icons by Jonas Nullens for PixelBuddha DAiNGIFS smsingh asked: I love your artwork, I've been extremely fascinated by the wiggle-gram concept of 2d objects without having to take 2 images (it's always a hassle to do that). One artist to another, could you briefly explain how you worked out the displacement maps on Photoshop to get the 3d wiggle gram effects? Thanks! Hello! Thanks! Check out this link I posted awhile ago on my blog.
gabriele galimberti If Riverboom’s photographer Gabriele Galimberti had happened to shoot me, aged 6 and surrounded by my favorite toys, he would have seen the following: plastic medieval weaponry; assorted Lego (Space, Castle and Pirate); an inflatable Tyrannosaurus rex (punctured slowly into extinction); a Superman action figure (I lost it and hyperventilated with grief); a pair of cuddly rabbits (Sally and Billy); toy cars; a tiny guitar; a plane you launched with an elastic catapult; a replica pistol I thought my mum didn’t know about. Everyone remembers their childhood toys. The fact that I can recall how most of mine tasted better than I can remember the names of my primary school teachers says everything you need to know about the universe kids inhabit.
BORN IN 1987: The Animated Gif Part of our extended programme includes a new digital display named The Wall, an exhibition space for screen media. The Wall consists of a 2.7 x 3m Sharp video wall, situated on the ground floor and visible to everyone visiting the building and those passing by on the street. The Wall forms part of a research programme which aims to explore issues concerning the digital image, its dissemination and display on-screen. How to Make Cinemagraphs — Still Photos that Move Like Movies Yup, that picture moves. Nope, you’re not going crazy! ‘Cause who said photos can only feature “still” life? Perspective Mockup Slideshow Previous Demo Back to the Codrops Article Free Mockup images from: Line Icons by Jonas Nullens for PixelBuddha If you enjoyed this demo you might also like
Born in 1987 As part of the exhibition: Born in 1987: The Animated GIF we are inviting the public to respond to their show by creating and submitting their own GIFs. We will be featuring the public submissions on this website, plus an edited selection will be shown on The Wall (a 2.7 x 3m screen) in the main foyer of The Photographers’ Gallery in the final weeks. Because all GIFs featured on The Wall will be visible to both visitors to the building plus all passersby on Ramillies St through glass windows, your submissions will have to meet some editorial guidelines. For example, we won’t be able to exhibit GIFs on The Wall which are not suitable for a general audience, or GIFs which may have rapid flashing or changes in luminosity which may have a negative impact on members of the public with photosensitive epilepsy. As a guideline, no more than 3 rapid changes to the image per second should appear.
animated GIF There was a moment of epiphany that I had today and I’m pretty sure it had something to do with seeing the dazzling animated squares by John Johnston above. It was actually quite lucky that I saw this piece in my Tumblr feed which is filled with visual interestingness. But the post found it’s way to the surface thankfully and I couldn’t help but give a shout out for its wonderfulness, and apparently there is a method behind it – and I want to know what it is! And then for the billionth time I walked the hallway just outside of the classroom I teach and noticed the walls as squares – as in square pixels.
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