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PostGuest on Sun 17 Apr 2016, 19:10

I'm elementary when it comes to photoshop, so forgive whatever flaws you will be seeing in my recent work. Anyway, I would like to share to you my 2NE1-inspired badges. My realization in making these is that it is very hard to work on GIF badges like this as there are a lot of frames to work on. Haha!
I don't know if it seems big, but I like the way their sizes are. Currently, I use them as a premium badge in my student-centered forum. (Well, introduction has been long. Sorry.)


Constructive criticisms are very welcome, as well as some tips on how to enhance my work, especially when working with GIF files.
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PostAnge Tuteur on Sun 17 Apr 2016, 20:45

They're pretty good ! I've made some animated gifs in the past ( some by hand ) and I know that they can be pretty tedious and sometimes you can make mistakes. However, on yours I don't see any noticeable flaws. In fact I see you managed to add transparency to the file which not a lot of people know how to do. The only problem with transparency on a GIF file is that the edges will become very sharp and there'll be some fragments of the background color.

I'm not too experienced with GIF animations -- I'm pretty much a novice, so I can't give much advice. However, overall I'd say you did a solid job ;
+ The animation isn't too slow or fast ; it's just right.
+ The images fit nicely in the frame.
+/- The image is transparent which is good, however the edges will stand out on darker backgrounds.

Keep it up ! Yes
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PostGuest on Sun 17 Apr 2016, 20:47

Thanks @Ange Tuteur !
By the way, is that really common to GIFs having edges even if the file is transparent?

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