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  • You guys know a lot of about PS oh yeah tennis here.

    Well Im just making the thread someone feel free to start the game . Any way how do you change the width and hight
    of a animated avatar with out saving over and destroying the animation on PS or ImageReady

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    I'll start
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    • #3
      Not sure what you wanted but it is fairly simple to do. Open the existing animated GIF in ImageReady. Switch to PhotoShop. Resize Image. Switch to ImageReady. Save Optimized. I do not know how this game is played yet so I apologize for not posting the modified image.
      -=SunnaH=-

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      • #4
        Added a layer...
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        • #5
          Righto, my turn. Added a layer with text...
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          • #6
            Ok, I added a murky-liquid texture to the background.

            Bloodspider-1.psd

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            • #7
              Just a simple glow adds a nice touch.
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                You guys know a lot of about PS oh yeah tennis here!

                Well Im just making the thread someone feel free to start the game . Any way how do you change the width and hight
                of a animated avatar with out saving over and destroying the animation on PS or ImageReady
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                • #9
                  @KenneyPeter

                  Currently, the only bitmap format that supports animation is a GIF. If you work with a GIF animation to resize it make sure save it out as GIF. If you are using ImageReady then make sure all active layers are selected and save for web (GIF) to retain the animation property. In addition, depending on the amount you are going to increase the size there may be distortion.
                  -=SunnaH=-

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