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01-20-2013, 04:07 PM
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To extend on this for new comers I'll be doing less to help out those that want to try, and give any support needed.

I think we have a well rounded/versatile group to choose formats from so don't be threaten by it, it's everyone's first time at some point.


This also brings me to ask about just pairing up, good bad?
Not a bad idea. I forgot what the format was to cut the thing up. What's the size and how do you cut it to do teh full picture style GDT?

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01-20-2013, 06:04 PM
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Not a bad idea. I forgot what the format was to cut the thing up. What's the size and how do you cut it to do teh full picture style GDT?
Biggest are 432 x 250 to make a 864 x 3000 picture

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3-4
5-6
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9-10
11-12
13-14
15-16
17-18
19-20
21-22
23-24 pictures that make up that 864 x 3000 portrait.

I use paint to cut mine up. I still do not have photoshop figured out yet.

I use;

http://www.lunapic.com/editor/? to make stuff up.
http://www.flamingtext.com/ to make fonts.
http://photobucket.com/ to post them.

Lets compose a stream list for us to add to our OP's.

http://www.wiziwig.tv/competition.ph...line=icehockey

http://atdhenet.tv/

http://www.thefirstrow.eu/sport/ice-hockey.html

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01-20-2013, 06:17 PM
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Doing six courses this semester and looking at my syllabi. I'm gonna have to pass on doing a GDT this season. Not sure if it would be feasible with my work, and don't want to take the risk. I just don't want to back out last minute, putting somebody on the spot. Plus, I know this board is full of capable people.

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01-20-2013, 09:26 PM
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Biggest are 432 x 250 to make a 864 x 3000 picture

1-2
3-4
5-6
7-8
9-10
11-12
13-14
15-16
17-18
19-20
21-22
23-24 pictures that make up that 864 x 3000 portrait.

I use paint to cut mine up. I still do not have photoshop figured out yet.

I use;

http://www.lunapic.com/editor/? to make stuff up.
http://www.flamingtext.com/ to make fonts.
http://photobucket.com/ to post them.

Lets compose a stream list for us to add to our OP's.

http://www.wiziwig.tv/competition.ph...line=icehockey

http://atdhenet.tv/

http://www.thefirstrow.eu/sport/ice-hockey.html

http://castalba.tv/home
Slice tool, takes less than 10 seconds to cut and save everything.

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01-20-2013, 09:52 PM
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Slice tool, takes less than 10 seconds to cut and save everything.
I'll have too keep trying I guess.

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I have photoscape for that. It cuts it easily. I just needed to know the overall size and how many rows/columns.

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I'll have too keep trying I guess.
Easy to do. Do it once and you'll breeze through it after that.
1.) Right click on crop tool, (slice is usually selectable under it (on CS6)), select slice tool.
2.) Right click anywhere in your image, select "Divide Slice" from the menu.
3.) Activate both horizontal and vertical slices, divide slices by pixels or # of cuts. Click ok.
4.) File: Save for Web
5.) Shift + click all tiles you want to save, click save, choose name.

It'll save all of the pieces into a folder called "images" in whichever directory you put it into.

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Easy to do. Do it once and you'll breeze through it after that.
1.) Right click on crop tool, (slice is usually selectable under it (on CS6)), select slice tool.
2.) Right click anywhere in your image, select "Divide Slice" from the menu.
3.) Activate both horizontal and vertical slices, divide slices by pixels or # of cuts. Click ok.
4.) File: Save for Web
5.) Shift + click all tiles you want to save, click save, choose name.

It'll save all of the pieces into a folder called "images" in whichever directory you put it into.
I'll give it a shot.

Thanks husker.

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01-21-2013, 10:29 AM
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I have photoscape for that. It cuts it easily. I just needed to know the overall size and how many rows/columns.
I'm using that as well since you posted the download last year.

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I have photoscape for that. It cuts it easily. I just needed to know the overall size and how many rows/columns.
2 rows and 12 columns.

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I'm using Photobucket for borders. Is there away to make the border not around the full picture? I only want it on the left, right and the bottom of my picture.

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Will have GDT up tomorrow afternoon.

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01-23-2013, 07:47 PM
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I'm using Photobucket for borders. Is there away to make the border not around the full picture? I only want it on the left, right and the bottom of my picture.
Crop it after you put on the border. Don't forget to resize.

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I'm just messing around and seeing what I could create. What sey you guys? Suggestions?

Note.. I don't have photo shop. I'm using photoscape and trying to make this **** work.













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I know we are completely way too early in the season, but I think Geno is the best player in the NHL this season. He was on fire in the KHL and looks to be in mid-season form. While Crosby, Stammer, Giroux, and Ovy will be on his tails... I think #71 is ready to go and prove he was the best.

Another thing that is dangerous for the NHL is that he gets James Neal for another go-around. FINALLY Geno has a guy that has been his line mate that he can gain chemistry more and more each shift and know he won't be demoted to the 4th line. It's something we've dreamed about for awhile. A perfect example is the faceoff play they use where Geno puts it in a perfect spot and Neal rips it before I even finish my sip of beer. Can't wait to keep watching these two dominate.








Watching this Boston game, I can't help but to notice some guy in beast mode. Yeah.. I'm not happy to admit but Nash makes this Rangers offense scary. He was working the Boston defense and played very well. I'll keep it short and sweet - we have to watch out for him. He has legit weapons around him and is very dangerous.





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As you can see.. I took some of my samples for the next GDT I'm doing and mixed it with one I just did.. so it won't make sense. Just looking for the overall format.

Once I get the format down, i can do a lot of 'em easier.

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I like it.

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Hardest part of not having photoshop is dealing with object placement, layering, and cropping images correctly. I might even buy photoshop. How much does it run nowadays?

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Hardest part of not having photoshop is dealing with object placement, layering, and cropping images correctly. I might even buy photoshop. How much does it run nowadays?
I have Photoshop7 but you can try this online free here. http://www.photoshop.com/

Nice work, Cole.



Here's the old photobucket editor under http://fotoflexer.com/app/index.php?integration=upload

For those like me that can't stand the new Photobucket format. If I wanted to use the new format I'd learn how to use my darn Photoshop7. I only use it for the smart scissors anyways and the odd thing or two.


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I might have to get in on this again. Had fun doing it last year.

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Sorry for the very basic GDT for the WPG game, I had to do it in a rush and was very rusty.

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Now that I've got the framework of my GDT:

Sat Feb 2, 2013 vs New Jersey
Thu Feb 7, 2013 vs Washington
Sun Feb 10, 2013 vs New Jersey
Wed Feb 20, 2013 vs Philadelphia
Sun Mar 10, 2013 vs Islanders
Tue Mar 19, 2013 vs Washington
Sun Mar 24, 2013 vs Philadelphia
Tue Mar 26, 2013 vs Montreal
Tue Apr 2, 2013 vs Buffalo
Wed Apr 17, 2013 vs Montreal
Sat Apr 20, 2013 vs Buffalo

I may sign up for more as needed


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Will have my first one up tomorrow!

Also - if I took too many and other people want in.. I can also decrease the amount.

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@lirit: Sun Mar 24, 2013 vs Philadelphia, FictionZero was faster than you.


I'll take the Fri Feb 22, 2013 against Florida.

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