Upon further investigation…
Thank you for your concern however. Always good to check these things.
Oh, that one is tagged hax because that is what I tag gifs that are made using some sort of angle, feature, glitch, etc. that you would not see in normal gameplay.
As for that particular gif it’s the fishing place in Lake Hylia.
You can go there as either young or adult Link. If you go as adult Link and you haven’t beaten the Water Temple yet, you’ll need the Scarecrow’s Song and the Hookshot/Longshot to get in.
It’s a good thing you specified what you haven’t seen or I might be really confused.
I play the game on the Project 64 emulator.
Then I record and save the video files as an .avi file using Camtasia.
Then I edit the video files using Photoshop CS3.
Pretty much any other tweaks like colors, size, cropping, etc are all done in Photoshop. I actually wish I knew how to use Photoshop better because I could probably make some pretty beautiful gifs if I added some filters or something. But I’ve never taken a class or anything in Photoshop so everything I know about it is either from tinkering, tutorials, or help from friends.
Oh, ouch. That is a very VERY close call between Wind Waker and Skyward Sword.
I’m ultimately going to have to say Skyward Sword though. Both were gorgeous games and I love them dearly, but Skyward Sword’s storyline, characters, and intuitive gameplay push it just ever so slightly above Wind Waker in my books.
^_^ Aw, thanks~ I’m so glad you like it. I make other gifs too, I just don’t post them on this blog. ♥
Ocarina of Time is my favorite game too! ^^
Thank you so much for telling me you like my blog. That actually means a lot to me. ♥
Awww, thanks. ♥
I’m a big fan of Ocarina of Time. Actually, this blog was one of the first things I did after learning how to make gifs, lol~ So I know what you mean about wanting to reblog it all!
That may have been another reason I made this. An excuse to reblog all the OoT gifs!
Well, first I record myself playing the game. The emulator I use is Project 64. The program I use to record is Camtasia Studio 6. Then I export the videos as an avi video and finally open them in Photoshop CS3 where I do resizing, trimming, captions, and any other editing.
It’s not as difficult and time consuming as it sounds, and I enjoy it. ^^