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[challenge entry] While I'm away

I know they're shooting amateur porn. They keep leaving the tapes lying around. Sometimes I think they want me to watch them.

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(, Mon 16 Dec 2002, 6:26, archived)
# hahahahah CLASSIC
a big WOO YAY :D

on another note, ARRRGH. im trying to work out how to use adobe imageready to make anims. but the photoshop help thingy is so complex! (maybe i shoudlve learnt to use potatoshop first properly, but no matter, i can use it well enough to make his jaw go up and down, which i thought was pretty fantastic.)

what the HELL is a rollover? or layers? Slices? arrrrrrgh why cant u just let me make new frames, and let me paste my already-prepared images in them??? why does it have to be so COMPLICATED!?!?!?!?!?!? *pulls out hair* **********ing bloody mindless adobe software engineers, and Manual creators. Honestly, u'd think they PAID people to bury the meaning on purpose!!
/perplexed x 100000000000

hellllpp meeeeee someone!!!!

Edit: I can just SEE the Adobe Software creators, laughing as they write the manual, saying "NOBODY will be able to understand this now!!!" are we SURE they arent the same people who work for M!crosoft?

they say things like "Working with layers is an essential part of creating rollovers and animations in ImageReady. Placing the image content for a rollover on its own layer allows you to use Layers palette commands and options to create rollover effects. Likewise, placing each element of an animation on its own layer enables you to change the position and appearance of the element across a series of frames."


Edit2: "Online Tutorials" are about to give me stomach ulcers.
All I want to do is have one picture in the first frame, then another completely different picture in the second frame!! how do I put a picture (that i have saved to hard disk) in the second frame?????
like, i want grumpyman.jpg in frame one. done. can i have grumpyman2.jpg pasted in frame 2??

Edit 3:
WOO YAY i worked out how to do something! yay :D ummm hopefully this will work properly...:S
(, Mon 16 Dec 2002, 7:06, archived)
# So hints
Think of layers as bit's of transparent perspex that you paint on. By moving them about you can change your image.

Rollovers are mouseovers for web pages.

The way to work imageready is to move layers about and show and hide layers until you get the frame you want, then click the "new frame" icon in the animation window. Repeat this step a few times...
(, Mon 16 Dec 2002, 7:57, archived)
# thanks
yay i thinik ive got something. now I have an old man that moves his mouth up and down. i was gonna have speech bubbles, but maybe il just use a caption. better to walk before you run aye.
(, Mon 16 Dec 2002, 8:03, archived)
# If you need help....
do what i did. i went on a £2500 course to completely learn photoshop + image ready + illustrator + dreamweaver + fireworks + flash !

Presto !

Oh Yeah - woo yay to pussy porn - well done !
(, Sat 21 Dec 2002, 13:37, archived)
# very much a
(, Mon 16 Dec 2002, 7:14, archived)
# hehehe
(, Mon 16 Dec 2002, 8:53, archived)
# that is demented!
(, Mon 16 Dec 2002, 17:42, archived)