50 transparent "cartoon" gif images for newbies

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50 transparent "cartoon" gif images for newbies

Postby Bort » Wed Jul 25, 2007 11:04 am

these transparent gif images may be usefull for
superimposing on top of your own background screens
to create usefull and hopefully interesting effects

i hope these items are helpfull to new AM makers
having a ready made set of images makes life easier
whilst experimenting
feel free to use these as and when you wish..
(tho not for commercial use as most are created with the stock "poser" models)
:idea:
it occured to me that there is a whole world of stuff that can be done to
help new AM users who don't ,as yet, have access to high falluting (and expensive) modelling and or graphics programs...
so here's my contribution to the cause
hope folks can have some fun with them :D

(Crazygamemaker did such a good job with the dog gif i made that i couldn't resist doing some more!..nice one Crazy!!! :D )
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AM_cartoon1.zip
here's the full set of 50 transparent gifs
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door2F.gif
and doors
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table1.gif
furniture
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man2F.gif
various figures...
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tree3.gif
various trees included
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Postby Bort » Wed Jul 25, 2007 4:01 pm

here's another set of gifs that you may find use-full and you may not..

32 various textures set on to transparent gifs (front view and perspective view) which could with a bit of imagination be used for walls floors and other objects in the scene
ranging from stone walls to metalalic walls and textures and other types of materials..cloth etc flip and or rotate the gifs to use as bedspreads curtains..stone paths anything you like really...there are limits to what you CAN do with them but i've been having a go myself to test the thought and it's nothing if not fun!

i ve added a test room screen that i made VERY quickly by using just the contents of these two cartoon packs ...(so quickly in fact i made a complete "barnacle" of the ceiling :oops: :lol: silly me....)
didn't do anything else at all to the image...no effects nothing...not bad! and fun too 8)
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test_room1.jpg
HERE IS A SCREEN MADE ENTIRELY FROM THE TWO CARTOON GIF PACKS WITH NO OTHER EFFECT OR WORK ADDED OR DONE
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AM_cartoon2.zip
here's the full set
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stone_wall1L.gif
stone perspective texture
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stone_wall1F.gif
stone
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Postby Bort » Wed Jul 25, 2007 5:31 pm

and here is a screen made from placing (copy paste flip rotate resizing and so on) the gifs simply straight onto a photo of the sky...

this way you just need a graphics program that can handle gifs with transparancies and even if you couldn't draw a tree if your life depended on it you can come up with some-thing you can be proud of
i'm proud of this image me self!

the only thing in this scene NOT in the gif packs is the sky texture..and i can add variuos sky grass and other textures to the sets...windows would be a good addition also (i used the doors for the windows on the house in the back ground)

bit mad all this ..but as you can see it works! :lol:
anyhuw i hope folks find it use-full
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loverly jubbly
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Again

Postby Harvester » Wed Jul 25, 2007 5:42 pm

Great works from you again. I think you are one of the most helpful ones here on the forums who are building the world of AM day by day. Thanks and congratulations for your enthusiastic work.
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Wow

Postby Crazygamemaker » Wed Jul 25, 2007 5:47 pm

Wow!Those pictures look amazing! I think I speak for all the newbies.Thank you for helping out so much!
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Postby Bort » Wed Jul 25, 2007 5:52 pm

Many thanks Harvester! :)
it was Crazygamemaker that put me onto the idea tho. :arrow: ..i did him a small dog transparent gif.. and he did such a good job of incorporating it into his game that i thought YIKES! now there's a thought why.. not make the entire scene out of gifs like lego blocks! (got to be more satisfying than struggling with mspaint ) :idea: :idea: :D
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Postby Bort » Wed Jul 25, 2007 5:52 pm

:D :D Cheers Crazy all your fault tho...lol!! :lol: 8)
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another

Postby Crazygamemaker » Wed Jul 25, 2007 8:50 pm

Here is an example so people could get a better idea.
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Postby Bort » Wed Jul 25, 2007 10:17 pm

:D very nice! looks the part!...
how about if i made a few fences and or railings gifs that you could use next to pavements etc....hmm there's no end to this you know LOL!! :idea: :shock:
statues..fountains...mountains...horizons (city horizon...country horizon etc etc..)

say crazy what program do you use to get the gifs onto the mspaint image? that would be use-full for other mspaint users to know
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paint

Postby Crazygamemaker » Wed Jul 25, 2007 10:23 pm

Lol.there is no end huh?
Well to get the gif images I just used paint.I went to edit on the top inventory and clicked paste from... and clicked the gif images I wanted.It is very easy!It is like you are importing pictures.
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Postby Bort » Thu Jul 26, 2007 12:06 am

:D ~Love to~ LOL i can't get that to work !! it just goes to show that even a program like mspaint can be tricky to learn!

here's a couple more figures one man and one woman as promised and a bunch of other stuff..
windows for pasting onto walls etc...fences and some grass gifs aswell for experimenting with
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AM_cartoon3.zip
more figures ..windows fences etc
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pics

Postby Crazygamemaker » Sat Aug 04, 2007 5:10 am

Hi Bort!Any new artwork for the newbies?I'm sure many people appreciate your work around here.
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Postby Jaked » Tue Jul 15, 2008 8:13 pm

Is it me, or is he using Poser figures with a cartoonish effect!

( :D Poser is my speciality! :D )
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