Monty Python Slideshow

While I was looking for something else I found this website: Monty Python: 40 Years of Insanity. It has several Python (or Python related) images. So I decided to make a slide show using the images.

You'll have to click on the image to see the slide show (there are 21 images in it)

If you'd like to see each image individually here is the link to the gallery the images are in:

Edit: I just posted the individual images I used for this slideshow on Pythonline. Here's the link:

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sit-on-my-face: Please, post those!!!!!!!!

Paute at 2:29 pm March 01

In my station!

sit-on-my-face at 2:53 pm March 01

yes, thanks!

Lvndr HppE: That was marvelous. Great job on the slideshow.

thewastelandr: Great photos! I don't think we can save them off that site, can we? It doesn't have a right-click menu.

arkennedy at 5:33 pm February 27

Screen capture is one option.

I used photoscape's animating program to make this slide show. I just made both windows half sized and the dragged (drug?) each photo over to the animating window. Another option is to save each image that way just only add one image to the "animation" instead of two and then save. When you are ready to save the next image delete the previous image first. You'll have to save the images as gifs but it works (I just tested it).
For some reason though I was not able to drag images straight into the regular editing section of photoscape.

You can probably use any image editor that lets you drag images into the program (you may not necessarily have to use the animation program on other programs though).

thewastelandr at 10:17 pm February 27

Ok gotcha. Thanks!