The.Gif Friday Post No. 64: Lenticulations






Want to make your own 3D images and .gif’s?  Directions and cool links here. Another thingy here.  A nice, tasteful and odd collection of .gif animations here.

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8 Responses to “The.Gif Friday Post No. 64: Lenticulations”

  1. John M. Says:

    These things always make me feel like I’m about to get seasick.


  2. VE Says:

    The kids and I perused through your blog for like an hour last night. Not too many blogs that have enough amusement and funny to hold their attention that long. Good stuff…


  3. Bunk Strutts Says:

    VE– I am honored. What age group?


  4. G Eagle Esq Says:


    Is that Teddy Roosevelt, when he was liberating Cuba (and the Philippines) ?

    Didn’t he go on to become President and upset :

    * US Employers by siding with the Unions

    * the British by building a massive Battle-Fleet, even though (as a Continental State) the US didn’t need it

    Your obedient servant etc

    G E

    PS Thank you for your Sagacious Comments in another Kindly Space


    • Bunk Strutts Says:

      daisyfae– I thought the links were cool, showing an easy way to make a wiggly.

      Hon. Eagle– Yep, that’s Teddy. Regarding the “Sagacious Comments,” I had a long talk with my alter ego and told him to lighten up or I’d kick his butt.


  5. daisyfae Says:

    Beautiful! These are big fun!


  6. theliteraryhorse Says:

    Thanks for the links! Now I want to make all my pictures wiggle. Love the Teddy R one. My kids loved the word “Lenticulations”…they collect words as well as rocks. They’re gonna add it to their collection. Love the site, so good to laugh.


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