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animation

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Lily Kerns (CWKerns.net)
Fri, 08 Nov 1996 15:28:02 -0600

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-- 
I just "wasted" a whole morning (!) surfing for animated gif web sites
and thought maybe some of you who do animation (or even flip books)
might be interested in a few sites worth looking at:

Kids animation site. Cool! http://www.snowcrest.net/kitty/hpages/zebra.html

sophisticated geometric 3-d shapes animated http://harmless.rrnet.com/~glen/gifanimation/index.html

Tom's gallery (international animation artists) http://www.multimedia.de/bittner/gallery.htm (image called "water bottle" illustrates a great way to display 3D art objects--ceramics, etc--on the web or on a local web page just for your own students and visitors or a PTA meeting.)

Introduction to Cool Kids Gif Animation Art Gallery! ( animations from kids age 5-17) http://www.kaleidoscapes.com/kc_intro.html

Animated GIF images and tools http://harmless.rrnet.com/~glen/gifanimation/index.html

Long list of pages with animated Gif's--Check out the links first! The 1st Internet Gallery of GIF89A Animation http://members.aol.com/royalef/gallery.htm

And there's still more...

You need a paint or draw program and a $20 shareware program callled "Gif Construction Set" (PC; there's another for Macs) and a Netscape 2.xx or equivalent browser. You don't have to have a website because you can view them as local web pages.

If your art classes are already doing this, I'd like to visit about your web site...

Lily

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Lily Kerns (CWKerns) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Busy Teachers' Web Kit http://rampages.onramp.net/~dkerns/lily/


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