Request for custom animated avatars
I would like make some custom animated avatars for myself to use it at various places like in forums and some social networking sites.
An avatar which should be wonderful and have the cumulative effect of making me a lottery winner!
I am ready to provide the details for those who is ready to show me the way and need my photographs or descriptions that would help to develop the avatar. Also, exactly what words I would like to have on it. I need to know what size restrictions there are, if any. Both for the image itself (pixel size) and how large the total file size (kb's) can be.
And if you don't have that information, I need to know if it is available for free on net that you want to hare with me.
Re: Request for custom animated avatars
An Avatar is a square image that is used to identify a poster on a message board. Most message boards have a selection of "stock" avatars available to choose from but a lot of people want to use something more personal.
Avatar images are used in forums and social networking sites (MySpace, Twitter, Facebook, & others) to identify you in your profile and when you update and/or post.
Here is a site which can help you to customize your avatar: http://customdesigngraphics.com/avatars.html
Customize Yahoo avatar
You can customize your Yahoo avatar's appearance by changing its face, eyes, hairstyle, clothing, and extras.
Click the "Appearance" tab on the My Avatar page. This is where you choose your avatar's face, eyes, and hairstyle.
Face and Eyes: Click "Face and Eyes" to choose the face and eye color for your avatar. Click the color palette next to the picture to change the color of your eyes.
Hairstyles: Click "Hairstyles" to choose the hairstyle you want. You can change your hair color by clicking the color palette next to the hairstyle.
You can dress your avatar by picking items from the "Apparel" tab. Clicking the item a second time removes that item from your "What I'm trying on" list.
Some apparel items cause the position of your avatar's arms and legs to change slightly, depending on the style of clothing.
Full Outfits: By clicking a full outfit, you can dress your avatar in a coordinated outfit with one click. A full outfit replaces any top and bottom previously worn by your avatar.
Tops: By clicking a top, you can dress the upper half of your avatar.
Bottoms: By clicking a bottom, you can dress the lower half of your avatar.
If you previously picked a full outfit, choosing a new top or bottom deselects the full outfit and shows the new top or bottom with the bottom or top previously saved before you picked a full outfit.
Extras and Backgrounds
You can further customize your avatar by choosing extras such as accessories, hats, sports items, pets, and backgrounds.
To add these extras, click the link for the appropriate item in the "Extras" tab. To add an extra to the avatar, click the item. To remove an extra, click the item a second time or uncheck the item's checkbox in the "What I'm trying on" list.
When you have customized your avatar, you must save the changes.
Create an online avatar
Just follow the below steps to create an online avatar:
This can be done easily because Gizmoz saves your avatar on their own servers in flash format. You'll be able to place the avatar on virtually any website that supports flash based content. Just simply copy the ?html? code and paste it on your chosen website.
Steps to create Virtual Avatar
The following is the steps to create a virtual avatar:
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