I think the NHL is a great example of the power of a GIF, and how a quick, simple hack can help you get a better sense of what you’re seeing on screen.
The NHL’s official Twitter feed recently posted an animated gif of a goal by Alex Ovechkin, showing a brief glimpse of the puck.
As you can see, the GIF was created by the NHL’s NHLPA and looks a little like a video game GIF.
But it’s actually a full-on animation that can be tweaked to make it look exactly how you want.
In this case, the animated GIF shows the puck in the air as Ovechechkin scores a goal.
To create the GIF, the NHLPA has set up a custom script that lets them create a new animation from the game’s final seconds.
If you’re playing the game with a controller, the animation is animated by the game itself, and it looks something like this:The NHLPA then takes that animation and edits it so it looks exactly like a clip of Ovechukkin scoring a goal, as you can clearly see in the GIF.
In this case the clip is a short, 3-second clip that plays for about a second and is only visible in the background of the GIF:The animation is created by taking the NHL and NHLPA’s script, then modifying it to add some of their own voiceover to it.
They also add the NHL logo on top of the image.
Here’s the result:This GIF is a little bit of a cheat, because you can’t really see the NHL itself in the animated gif.
But this way of doing things is a good example of how to take something from a game and make it more immersive.
You can see a more detailed version of the animation in this video, but you can also see the full GIF of the goal here.
The animation looks cool, but it’s not a true GIF.
To get the full effect of the shot, you’ll need to take into account the size of the arena, the speed of the play, the crowd, and the other variables.
Here’s how the animated NHL GIF looks like:To make this animation even better, the game has a very cool feature called “flick.”
You can choose to have it play for a few seconds or play for hours at a time.
If your game has this feature, you can set it to play for 10 seconds and then switch to the “flicker” mode and watch it play again.
That way, you get an animation that’s closer to the original GIF than the actual GIF you’re watching.
This feature is really cool, and you can find a detailed walkthrough of the feature here .
But the best part is that it’s very simple to set up.
Just add the script that you just created and play.
It’ll start playing and you’ll get an animated image that looks exactly as you’d expect:The full GIF is now ready for you to share.
But let’s start with a quick explanation of what we’ve just seen.
First, the goal scored by Alex Alex Oviček.
This GIF shows Ovichkin getting the puck on a rebound, then taking the puck to the net and scoring.
Next, we’re seeing a quick peek at Ovechan’s shot, showing it flying past the net.
Finally, here’s a full shot of the goalie, which looks much more like an NHL goalie than a puck in a game.
It’s worth noting that the NHL has a lot of great animated GIFs that you can create yourself if you want to get creative.
This one looks like a very simple script to me, but the NHL can make it much more complex.
The NHL’s new animated GIF feature can be found on the NHL GameCenter page , and the NHL will soon make it available to all fans who purchase the NHL app on the Apple App Store or Google Play.
And for those of you wondering, the team behind this feature is also working on a game that uses the animation as a visual indicator of the score:This is the first time we’ve seen an NHL game use a animated GIF.
There are a lot more exciting ways to make GIFs, but if you’re looking for one of those fun ways to share an animated video, you might want to check out the NHL Mobile app or try out the app from your iPhone or Android device.