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Spinning Globe with Text/Image on Front & Back

Post#1 by Pat625 » 13 Dec 2016, 06:48


I had a few requests as to how I made a spinning globe with images on front and back. I wrote this tutorial with instructions as to how I did it. I never was able to find instructions or a video showing how to do this so I experimented. To compliment the tutorial I have included the link to a video tutorial on how to use the "spinning globe filter". It is short, informative and very easy to understand.

If any questions, etc., please let me know.

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Post#2 by Tom » 13 Dec 2016, 14:27


Thanks Pat, did a quick one to say Thanks. :gimp_clap:
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Post#3 by Pat625 » 13 Dec 2016, 15:42


You are very welcome, Tom. Thank you. That is a very pretty globe! I like it very much.
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Post#4 by RJKD » 15 Dec 2016, 20:26


Thank you for a great tut Pat, variation on a theme... :gimp_clap:
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Post#5 by Pat625 » 15 Dec 2016, 22:34


RKJD, you are welcome! I like what you did with it. Hope you are feeling much better!
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Post#6 by gnerd » 31 Aug 2017, 19:39


Well I think this one may spin :lol: I hope :oops:
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Post#7 by animicule » 31 Aug 2017, 20:31


Gnerd, you have an extra layer in this one is why it flashes...
If you wanted the (what looks like) berries to be the background layer,
you can open the Gif in Gimp and your layers will be there...
copy the 'berries' layer enough times so there is 1 for each of your subject layers.
the put a 'berries layer' BELOW each of the Subject Layers (the sphere).
then, with all layers visible, start at the top (it should be a subject layer) and
make the subject layer active...
(make certain the layer below is the background layer (the berries))
Right Click in the layers menu and pick MERGE DOWN
Then do the same for the other layers. If you get lost, turn all visibility off, and
start at the top, looking at each layer until you find where you were (with no background on
a subject layer), then continue. When you are done, all your layers should have the subject ('sphere) with
the background (berries) in the background...
Then save your GIF again and all should be good...
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