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My name is Sue, better known as Zwampert / Zwampy. As an avid Pokemon fan, I spend my time creating GIFs and hosting the Pokechat livestream. I'm currently a second year design student in the UK. I was born in the Netherlands and have lived there the first 20 years of my life.

  • Happy to help with Photoshop
  • Generates for a fair trade
  • Eager to check out your blog
  • Always up for a friendly chat

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castaform:

zwampert:

castaform:

fennkn replied to your post: knowing how to get unlimited undos in …

Wait how do you do that holy shit

If you go into the edit tab, select preferences, performance. you should see a option called history states which is normally set to 20. Click on it and just max it out to 1000 and there you go cause I don’t think you’ll ever need more than a 1000 but best to be safe 

Woooowwowowow hold on! Don’t set it to 1000! The performance (you may or may not notice it at all, but at a crucial moment it can bite you in the but) of Photoshop goes down the more history states you have! 

somewhere between 200 and 300 is more than enough. Even when designing client related work I don’t go over 100 history states, so 200 to 300 should be more than enough.

Ahhhhhhh thanks for letting me know!!! like ther person who told me said a 1000 but I’ll change it now!
Like this would have most likely happened to me so thanks again :D

No problem! All it really does is eat away your RAM memory. So if you don’t have a lot of that you need to keep that in mind. Even with 16GB RAM I don’t bother having more than 400 history states.

castaform:

fennkn replied to your post: knowing how to get unlimited undos in …

Wait how do you do that holy shit

If you go into the edit tab, select preferences, performance. you should see a option called history states which is normally set to 20. Click on it and just max it out to 1000 and there you go cause I don’t think you’ll ever need more than a 1000 but best to be safe 

Woooowwowowow hold on! Don’t set it to 1000! The performance (you may or may not notice it at all, but at a crucial moment it can bite you in the butt) of Photoshop goes down the more history states you have! It eats away your RAM memory.

Somewhere between 200 and 300 is more than enough. Even when designing client related work I don’t go over 100 history states, so 200 to 300 should be more than enough.

Whenever you see a mistake in a GIF I make, remember that I know that it’s there but I’m far too lazy to fix it.

I repeat.

It has nothing to do with my skills.

It’s because I’m a lazy fuck.

zwampert:

zwampert:

Click here for the tutorial

Hello Pokemon fans!

Loads of questions have been sent my way about how I make GIFs. Or rather, how to make GIFs at all. Being quite experienced in Photoshop myself, I thought it was high time I’d make an easy to follow, yet elaborate tutorial on how to create GIFs in this piece of software.

So for the past few days I’ve been writing like no other, to create this tutorial to ensure that everyone would be able to easily learn how to use Photoshop in order to make GIFs.

I hope you all enjoy it, share it and most definitely learn from it. Thank you for your time and good luck making GIFs!

U P D A T E D   01 / 07 / 2014

  1. Adjusted the introduction text.
  2. Added “Combining gifs and images.”
  3. Added “Rounded corners and masks.”

U P D A T E D   12 / 07 / 2014

  1. How to make shiny edits

Reblogged from zwampert

Anonymous asked:

If a shy follower wanted to talk to you, would you mind? Doesn't have to be about anything specific, you just seem like a nice person to talk to (plus you love Mega Swampert, that alone makes you awesome in my opinion lol).

Hiya! 

I wouldn’t mind at all. I’m always up for a conversation and I love to get to know my followers better. I understand that the first conversation can cause you to be a bit shy, but there’s really no reason to. 

I’m in the Pokechat right now. You can also simply send me asks. No pressure, feel free to come by any time you feel comfortable enough to chat.

And of course, thank you for your lovely and kind words ^^

Anonymous asked:

When in your opinion is the best time to post stuff? Like gifs, pictures, etc.

I myself tend to post most stuff around midnight my time (which would be 11 hours from when I’m answering this). Most of America will be up and Europeans are entering the world of nightblogging. 

Though generally speaking I’m too impatient to do that so I just post whenever I feel like it and reblog it 12 hours later to cover most timezones. 

The Pokegraphic tag doesn’t really get spammed with posts so the people who do browse it, will see it it no matter what. 

I’d say the best thing to do is taking notice to when your own followers are most active. Personally the larger blogs that follow me are active around midnight and around 8 to 10 AM my time. So I tend to post around these times more as this gives me the most exposure.

I hope this helped ^^.