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Trunchbull
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this was a pain in the butt to get photoshop to render because my ram is so low XD

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Type: Picture/Pinup
Published: 4 years, 8 months ago
Rating: General

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nekonyan245
4 years, 8 months ago
thats really nice you plan on makeing a show?
Hakoten
4 years, 8 months ago
Wow. This is amazing.
jorun1981
4 years, 8 months ago
Awwwwwww so cute. Really great work done with it.
AceTrainer44
4 years, 8 months ago
Whelp, we all know where this is heading...
HeruAnubisSolares
4 years, 8 months ago
What an awesome animation~
...And I can't help but laugh at your username XD
ruink
4 years, 8 months ago
haha
LupineAssassin
4 years, 8 months ago
NICE!!
Nicobay
4 years, 8 months ago
this is not a animation
its way over this quality :D
SkrillexPanHead579
4 years, 8 months ago
This is pure gold.
ElfenSciuridae
4 years, 8 months ago
That was nice.

Get a 2 to 8 GB USB Drive and format it, and then use it as your scratch drive for photoshop. That is in, hmmm... its different for all the photoshops - lol! But really, it speeds up rendering and saves HD Space. It should help a lot. It should be where PS Preferences menu are.
PipTheOtter
4 years, 8 months ago
This is so good <3 Please keep up the wonderful work.

Just as a bit of info :D : There's a good chance even an 8GB one wouldn't be enough judging on how fluid it is, and decent resolution to boot. We are talking about rendering together something like 120-150 which are full resolution pictures. I know I can easily push 20 GB of ram when rendering short "clips" like this.
ElfenSciuridae
4 years, 8 months ago
Most of the time rendering is done on the hard drive, and that is why I have a SSD System just for that. It speeds things up a lot! But SSDs are expensive (either that or I'm poor) to implement such a system. Though my current rendering set up is old I'll admit, I do find that making the I/O solid state improves things a lot. Photoshop's use of a Scratch Disk is faster when it is moved to solid state; but if you can do it in RAM, all the better.

Thumbs up to you Pip!
PipTheOtter
4 years, 8 months ago
Cheers :)
Also Mushkin just came out with a well preforming eco line of SSD's (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16...) GREAT price/GB  :D
ElfenSciuridae
4 years, 8 months ago
That is damn nice at that price! I might pick up a couple of them when the check comes in!
Trunchbull
4 years, 8 months ago
i do have a separate external hard drive for scratch disk on photoshop, but even with it and my CPU usage set up to highest in photoshop, it will still crash. ): sometimes i catch an error message saying not enough memory before it crashes.
ElfenSciuridae
4 years, 8 months ago
Eww... Mac or PC? Not want to start a Mac/Pc War, I use Macs 90% of the time (99% with Photoshop) but I do use Windows as my clients need me to use them. To me they are just machines to use. But enough of that.

Though my set up hardly crashes (*gives his flaky powerbook the evil eye* Don't you dare!) I do notice when rendering it does freezes a lot. By that, the hard drive light turns on and stays on brightly and I can literally walk away, do some shopping and come back and it is either back to normal or needs a bit more time to return to an unfrozen state - literally more than an a 1/2 hour or more at times! And rarely it has crashed, even Macs crashes - don't let the Hype fool you!

As like you already know, you need more RAM as you can fit in. Also - Under Windows - Virus Scan it and eliminate some processes it seems to be running. Like AdobeReader - it takes up a lot of space for something one rarely uses and it just sits there doing nothing but taking up RAM.

I hate hearing a "bad system" giving a great artist a hard time. These Animations you did are great! Love'm!
Trunchbull
4 years, 8 months ago
windows. i don't consider it a bad system, because it's worked wonderful for everything else. it's just limited by its own hardware, and in this situation my needs go beyond what it was programmed to work under. and i could never use mac, XD it pales in comparison to windows. <:'D I only have 4 gb of RAM to work with, around 2 gb once my main/essential stuff is accounted for. even with the scratch disks, it won't work. oh welllll
ElfenSciuridae
4 years, 8 months ago
Windows is great for a lot of things. I like I tell my Computer Literacy students, "It's not the computer that is all mighty and powerful, it is how the idiot behind the mouse and keyboard that makes it all mighty and powerful." For me it does not matter what the system run as long as it works at all... I just prefer Macs, then again I have been using Macs since 1984.

Ha! Ha! 4 Gigs! I'm laughing because even my most powerful system has 1GB of RAM! I have built 4/8/16 GB RAM systems for friends however but I'm satisfied with what little I got.
Alaskafox
4 years, 7 months ago
wow your animations are really impressive!
Dofain
4 years, 7 months ago
What software did you use for the animation?
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