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A few months ago I wrote about how I was invited to be part of Creary. The people behind this appear to be very smart and have taken many intelligent steps to try to make this successful. Here is a report on my experience so far. Initially it is exciting. You post your work, you get likes and it shows up as money right in your post. Just like below. You have to do this through the internal exchange they have, and it took a few tries before I understood it. It is all for a good reason, but not intuitive to a motion designer who has never traded stock or currency. Once your CREA is in Exrates you have to exchange it for something you can use in the real world to buy things. No one accepts CREA for purchase.
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GIFs have come a long way. Until that day comes, we all face a daily problem—or hourly, depending on how deep your GIF obsession goes: where to find the best GIFs. These are the GIFs that keep on giving. Tech nerds rejoice! One vital difference? The GIFs. Try it out. The results are surprisingly diverse. Look at all those pugs staring at you in unison. Chilling yet effective.
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Starting today, Tumblr is introducing GIF search. The new tool can be found in the Tumblr dashboard: When you're creating a post, click the plus sign, which will now reveal a GIF button. From here you can search for GIFs by typing your query into the provided space. Animated artistry has long been a staple of the "is it a blog? Internet remix culture is plagued by attribution issues, and GIF blogs in particular have trouble giving credit where its due. Whether that's the person who made the GIF is something else entirely, but Tumblr can only do so much in the name of Internet rights. Even if you find a good animated image on another Tumblr blog, reposting it won't work if the original poster surrounded the GIF with unrelated and unwanted content. So either you have to hack apart the code and generate a new post, or turn elsewhere to find the content, like Google Animated Image search, or Giphy which remains a GIF treasure and allows you to search for GIFs and post them to Tumblr, though there are some limitations to this method. Tumblr says that search terms can range from subject matter to moods; for instance you can search a specific show or person like "Veep" or "Chris Pratt" or more expression-related phrases like "omg" or "surprise". We wanted to give Tumblr users the ability to post great content, and Tumblr itself if full of incredible content from our passionate community.
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When I first posted his gifs on Cross Connect I asked for information about him but this is all he gave me. He directed me to his website, which did not appear to have a bio and was all in Mandarin. He appears quite busy as a motion designer for music videos and other things, so I left him alone. How much can you do with a square?

And with just three colors? It is almost like a challenge an animation teacher would make. Here Shun turns a simple square into a compelling piece of art that is impossible to stop watching.

Every single frame of this is interesting and surprising, even after many many viewings. I love the way the square bows in at the edges as it gets smaller. I love the bounce when the square pops out and I love the black shape that springs out of the square briefly, kind of an irregular polygon that perfectly complements the square. And a white copy just behind it offset just a bit.

I love the speed changes, from very fast to slow with pause to fast again. The edges become a little bit ragged during transitions from one form to the next which adds visual interest. Did Shun choose this? Or was it a result of gif sizing? I only know that it adds wonderful detail. I love the reversing of the colors from red to white to black.

The color balance between red and black and white feels perfect. I love how Shun uses two squares on top of each other, slightly offset as they are moving to create a new line that exists - just briefly. There is so much packed into those few frames that I could go on.

Most of all, I do not get tired of watching it, even after 10 times or more. I never feel like I have seen it enough. A still of this is meaningless. Even describing it is difficult. Once the motion starts it is impossible to see anything like a beginning or an end. It just is - a piece of compelling motion. With most gifs you can get a sense of the content from a still. Even a still from a gif of most glitch or geometric artists gives you a strong flavor of what it is before you see it in motion.

With this you have to see it to understand it. The art of this exists only as pure motion. Shun has not made a lot of gifs and appears to be busy, as I said, with other animation projects, music videos and so on. I looked at some of those and can see his intense feeling for motion in them. He may not make more gifs, but I feel lucky to have this one great gif from him. But it looks like After Effects to me.

I will let him know I am writing this and perhaps he will read it and let me know. I will update this if that happens. Is there a Gif you think is Great? Feel free to submit one to me and I will post it If you follow my guidelines. Why I think this Gif is Great How much can you do with a square? What makes this Gif Art? Provide me with a Gif Write and at least 2 paragraphs explaining why it is great. Approximately words. Explain why it is a great Gif, as opposed to a static image or anything else.

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