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- Upload images. Click the upload button and select as many images as you want. To select multiple images you can use SHIFT, CMD, or CTRL, or tap and hold if using a mobile device. You can always add more later!
- Arrange images. Drag and drop the images you selected until you get them ordered correctly. The Sort Images button will sort your images alphabetically (click twice for reverse order).
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You can make slideshows from photos you've taken, create custom animations from your own creative drawings or clipart, or stitch together frames that you've extracted from a video. Endless possibilities! Our image-to-gif maker allows you to make unlimited high quality animated GIFs online for free, with lots of customization options, and with no limit on the number of images.
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Tony walked out onto the big desert. There were a dozen men with guns standing around him, prepared to kill him if he tried to run. They tried to make him tell what his secret weapon was, but he didn't open his mouth at all. Little did they know, he had lead them right into his trap…
" You want to know where my secret weapon is? Fine, I'll tell you." He finally said. " It's right here." The men looked around baffled. " Not there, you morons. Here, right behind me." He huffed with annoyance that they couldn't find his secret weapon. The men peered behind him. Upon seeing only dust and sand stretching beyond the eye could see, the leader of the men, Klawae, stepped forward. He grabbed Tony by the collar and held him high, growling:" Stop lying to us. You think that we are morons but we are smarter than you. SHOW US YOUR WEAPON NOW OR I WILL RIP YOU APART SLOWLY!"
Tony looked defeated. He said okay to Klawae and he put him down. " You wanted to see what my weapon is and what it can do. Fine. I'll show you. I'm a show not tell guy anyways."
With that, the ground started to tremble. A cloud of dust and sand bolted towards them. The men stared in awe as they saw the dust and sand cloud come towards them. They thought that the weapon that made the cloud of dust and sand would stop there, but it continued spreading towards them. Tony held his hands out as they stared. " This is my secret weapon." It turned out that Tony's secret weapon was a very powerful missile that was heading towards them in full speed. The men started to panic and ran towards the trucks. Just as the men were about to reach the trucks, the dust storm hit. The missile exploded all the trucks, killing everyone inside. Klawae shouted to him:" You will die with us in this cloud, Tony!"
He shouted back:" I have more than one secret weapon and I always prepare more than one counter measure to protect myself."
A suit of strong armor flew down and fitted over Tony right on time, protecting him from the harsh sand and dust that enveloped every other man, killing them instantly. Klawae was never seen again.
The next day, Tony Stark's team went to clean up the mess there and Klawae's body was among the dead that were found.
If you've ever wondered how Tony Stark's vision for Iron Man has changed throughout the years in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, wonder no more. This animated GIF combines all the suits that were featured in the movies, including the suction-armed Hulkbuster.
The GIF, which was created by tool retailer M&M Tool Parts, includes all 45 Iron Man suits from the very first "Iron Man" film in 2008 to the most recent Avengers movie, "Avengers: Age of Ultron." Every iteration is captured as it appeared on screen, from the Mark I seen in the original "Iron Man" to the female artificial intelligence-toting Mark XLV from "Avengers: Age of Ultron." Most of the suits are from "Iron Man 3," however, which featured just about every Iron Man suit Tony Stark has ever made.
Check out the GIF in its entirety above. And if you like to balance your Iron Man with a dash of Captain America, M&M Tool Parts also created a GIF showing some of Captain America's shields as they've appeared throughout the years, mixing comics and movie looks. You can check out that GIF below.
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Tony Stark suffers the DTs in a freaky animated GIF created from a classic The Invincible Iron Man cover.
Lovingly crafted by comics creator Kerry Callen, the image is one of four he made to test his hand at injecting movement into iconic superhero art.
"I picked the Iron Man cover just because it was so goofy, I'd thought it would be fun to animate," Callen told Wired.com in an e-mail. "Even though it has the simplest motion, it's the only one where I tried different approaches before settling on the silly solution I did."
The jittery makeover of the 1979 "Demon in a Bottle" cover seems like the perfect complement to the Iron Man story arc, which follows Marvel Comics' playboy industrialist as he struggles with alcoholism. Callen also animated covers from The Amazing Spider-Man, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns and Justice League of America, carefully picking images that suited the project.
"I wanted to find covers that would 'loop' as an animated image," Callen said. "Secondly, I wanted variety. I chose one with a flowing motion, one with flashes of light, and one that spins. Each is basically a different exercise in execution."
In Callen's reworking of the Justice League No. 6 cover, subtitled "Wheel of Misfortune," DC Comics superheroes including Aquaman and Flash finds themselves strapped to a spinning torture device.
In his animated version of Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns cover, Batman swoops across a lightning-streaked sky.
And in Callen's take on Amazing Spider-Man No. 33, Spidey is trapped under debris as water flows into a flooding laboratory.
Despite the incredibly vivid look of the moving images, Callen said creating the animated GIFs "wasn't difficult at all."
"I used Photoshop to cut the images apart and redraw areas as needed, then animated them," said Callen, who has worked in the graphic-design field for 25 years and lives in Kansas City, Missouri.
"It's hard to say how long it took me," he continues. "I started a couple of months ago and did 15 to 30 minutes here and there, while watching TV sometimes. The easiest one probably took three hours, while the Spider-Man cover probably took 10 hours. There was trial and error involved in some cases."
Callen published the GIFs on his blog, May Contain Content, where he regularly posts comic parody and commentary.
The superhero animations flowed from Callen's work several years ago on motion lenticular images.
"Some people call them 'magic motion,' as seen on greeting cards and such," Callen said. "I really enjoyed doing very simple animation, and recently had the urge to do something similar. I'm a comics fan, and it occurred to me that I've never seen famous covers animated, so I thought, 'Hey. I could do that!'"
Previously, Callen wrote and illustrated the Halo and Sprocket comic book series, which followed the adventures of a single woman, an angel and a robot. ("If you can find the first collection, Halo and Sprocket: Welcome to Humanity, it's more fun than a barrel of cover GIFs," Callen says.)
Callen said he's toying with the idea of restarting Halo and Sprocket and has other animated comic book cover ideas banging around in his head.
"They're too fun not to do again," he said.
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