Working with ElfYourself is actually a bit of fun, and while the end product is not “professional”, in any sense, the result is pretty cool – especially when one considers the price; FREE.
Once the project is completed (it takes just a few minutes), you can then share your Christmas greeting by email, or post it to either your Facebook Wall, or to a friend’s Wall. This year you can even share on Twitter.
Go to ElfYourself to get started.
Once on the site, follow the simple instructions. The following screen captures will give you some idea of how uncomplicated the process is.
The cropping tools could be a little more robust, I think. But, free is free – so, who’s complaining.
The interface allows a number of minor adjustments.
Once the face has been adjusted to your liking, the next step is choosing a dance to accompany the animation.
Luckily, there’s a fair number of choices.
New, this year – you can now download the finished video and save the file locally.
Once you’re satisfied with the results – sharing your creation is a breeze.
If you’re tired of the same old, same old, Christmas greetings, then visit ElfYourself and get creative. You’ll have a bit of fun at the same time.
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