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Morning from the tail section on the summit of Timberwolf Mountain

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Gotta love a gif... curious myself, which gif making service you used. Giphy? Imgflip? Ezgif? Gimp?

 

And , lol, how many days of waking up in the Tail section did it take to get such a wonderful display of color and weather?

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10 hours ago, FunkyFuggerson said:

Nice! But how did you do that? 

 

6 hours ago, ThePancakeLady said:

which gif making service you used. Giphy? Imgflip? Ezgif? Gimp?

Thanks, @FunkyFuggerson and @ThePancakeLady.  I lit a fire at the back of the tail section and slept an hour or two at a time until the sky started getting lighter.  At that point, I made sure the fire had a long time left to burn, then stood as close as I dared to the edge of the floor.  I set the stopwatch on my phone, stayed away from the mouse, and pressed F10 every 30 seconds.  When the clouds lit up, I pressed F10 every 20 seconds.  I did that for around 20 minutes in real time.  It's annoying that the view shifts left and right, not sure why it does that.  I could see it happening as I waited between pressing F10.  Now and then, the view would slowly pan right, then after a bit, it would slowly pan back to the left, always the same amount.

When I was done I had around 50 large screenshots on my desktop.  I opened them in Photoshop, resized each to 1000 pixels wide, applied a little sharpening, and saved.  I know there are programs out there to do this to multiple files at the same time, but I didn't get around to looking one up.  My older Photoshop install includes ImageReady.  I imported the 50-some images into ImageReady, set the timing, and exported the gif.

7 hours ago, ThePancakeLady said:

And , lol, how many days of waking up in the Tail section did it take to get such a wonderful display of color and weather?

I got lucky there.  I spent two nights at the tail section, this was the second morning.  The first morning was foggy and snowing, got lucky with the second morning.  Overall, the weather was decent in the couple days I spent there, only one short blizzard and some calm clear times each day.  I'm on Interloper around day 85, so it was cold, but not too bad during the afternoons.  I was hoping to find more food, only got a few boxes of salty crackers.

 

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Nice. I have an older version of Photoshop. without all of the bells and whistles of the newer versions. I suppose I should use it sometime...  :P

I'll have to remember this, I love taking screenshots, and keep missing out on making .gifs of Aurora progressions, or stunning sunrises or sunsets as they are happening. And making .gifs is fun. :)

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Took some decent pics after a long day of shooting wolves and dodging bears. Shoutout to Coastal Highway for the views. 

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Starting a new run, back at Mystery Lake, couple screen shots of how the weather can soon change moving around.

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Another  survivor, about to be taken.

Sorry little Maple, you don't deserve it.
But, there be wolves here, and you'll make a fine bow.screen_0816c79c-3dc5-4b7c-b7ec-436014a41c53_hi.thumb.png.2d5f34e4b725d97783c0cbd678c516e0.png

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Sneaking from Trapper's to Camp Office in the wee morning hours.  I was happily able to avoid wolves and insomniac bears, and had a lovely hike. Yes, HD screenshots, so no HUD, but warm enough that I was only 1 arrow down, I think? Lovely way to start the day. :)

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4 minutes ago, devamadhu said:

Tail Section at dawn. :flaregun: Felt pretty darn triumphant.

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Welcome to the forums, and congrats! That is a real accomplishment! :)

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I took this screenshot on the last day of a Nomad run. Having left most of my gear at the stone church, I kept these tools as a just-in-case should I run into wolves on the short path to the lighthouse. Once I'd made it safely to that solitary pinnacle, I knew that I wouldn't be needing these again.

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2 hours ago, Celeblith said:

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"A Farewell to Arms"

I took this screenshot on the last day of a Nomad run. Having left most of my gear at the stone church, I kept these tools as a just-in-case should I run into wolves on the short path to the lighthouse. Once I'd made it safely to that solitary pinnacle, I knew that I wouldn't be needing these again.

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27 minutes ago, piddy3825 said:

hmmm.... must be 18 to enter and have a valid credit card number?

 

Do you know something I don't?

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Sharing a cup of rose hip tea with my friend here. I didn't have enough rose hips for him to have some too so he gets snow in a cup--he's clearly not too pleased with this.

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3 hours ago, Celeblith said:

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Sharing a cup of rose hip tea with my friend here. I didn't have enough rose hips for him to have some too so he gets snow in a cup--he's clearly not too pleased with this.

I must say this is a one of a kind pic here on share your screenshots.  Too kewl!  I wish I would have thought of it.  Brilliant

 

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Gourmet dining farmhouse rustic style!

Join me for freshly pan seared game featuring recently harvested, venison, bear and wolf steaks.   

Tonight's menu begins with a savory cup of tomato bisque accompanied with crisp salty crackers.  The main course features some beautiful hand selected bear, wolf and deer steaks.  The meat is cooked to perfection and served with a generous portion of baked beans.  The lightly grilled cattail stalks add just the right amount of vegetable crunch to this protein powerhouse meal of manly meat dishes.  A nice bowl of warmly stewed peaches and cream provides the sweet finish to this awesome culinary experiences.  Following such a big meal, you might need some liquid refreshment, you'll find everything at your ready, tea to help you sleep, tea to kill the bugs, tea to heal the pain, coffee to keep you alert and good old H20.  5b8e072cef89b_Farmhousecooking.thumb.png.6dc47b8e683f6dd215b4b9a49230786c.png5b8e0764910d8_dinnersready.thumb.png.0f36002064fe41563da3ac8751711643.png5b8e079b5d1bf_canyousmellwhatscooking.thumb.png.da5382662d860009586c49116942717b.png

 

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On 23/08/2018 at 1:47 PM, nicko said:

Starting a new run, back at Mystery Lake, couple screen shots of how the weather can soon change moving around.

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Super love the bottom one 

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I'm relatively new to the game, but I enjoy it immensely. I recently tried "The Hunted" challenge, so let me share the screenshot I got out of that...

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Mountain Goat Adventure: Coastal Highway

Did not make the absolute peak but I did come close.

 

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