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File: 711c390ea927b8e⋯.jpg (180.6 KB, 1024x1024, 1:1, TaoOfMemes.jpg)

2cea0b  No.217

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly or What makes a good meme GREAT?

Memes (images with added text) are a valuable tool in our info warfare arsenal. Not all memes are created equal, though. We'll pick apart meme examples and critique them, with the goal of raising our craft to the next level. You don't have to be an artist (but it helps); pithy verbiage alone can be a meme! We'll also delve into web apps and standalone tools that make meme crafting easier.

A meme is like the ultimate cluster munition. No blood loss, no damage to property, the only thing a meme can destroy is a narrative. It causes a brain not used to independent thought to begin mental exercise. A meme stimulates a mind to question that which is and begin to visualize that which could be. Unlike a cluster munition a meme can impact thousands in moments but have a residual effect whereby other minds encounter the meme later. A meme is the most dangerous of weapons, for it does not end, it creates a beginning.

Appropriate topics for this thread include:

Images

How to select an image.

Image modifications.

Size and shape to maximize exposure on social media.

Image formats, their pros and cons.

Tricks to vary a banned image to revive its life online

Can AI actually read the text on memes? Tricks to circumvent

Text, anyone?

How much text?

Where to find text ideas

Font selection

Making your text readable (if they can't read it, what good does it do?)

Hashtag on the meme, or in the Tweet, or both?

Selecting a Twitter #hashtag. For Twitter campaigns: if we #hashtag together, our trends can expand exponentially

Does repetition really help?

Meme strategies

Do you confront and punish, or get inside the viewer's head to tease, delight, or inspire?

Does it present an idea from viewer's point of view like marketers do?

Does it get deleted and not forwarded because it insults the viewer?

What about foul language? There's a time and a place for it…and it's a turnoff for some viewer segments.

Will it go viral?

Is it funny? Wry? Sarcastic? Surprising? Emotional? Beautiful? Elevating? Memorable? Insulting? Provocative? Boring?

What target audience do you have in mind?

Where to Post Memes

Symbolism and Subliminals

Is there a place for subtle (below-conscious-awareness) imagery on memes? Is it ethical? How to do it…

Existing Meme Archives

Yes! Tens of thousands of Truth Memes are already made and archived.

I could probably write a book on these topics. But I'll let you speak first…

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This is not a general meme depository thread.

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7123a4  No.220

File: 27d48aed96c7da1⋯.pdf (100.7 KB, THESIS_MEMETICS_A_GROWTH_I….pdf)

This may help

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704675  No.333

File: 3f853b98e481217⋯.png (187.62 KB, 1880x982, 940:491, 2020_05_27_22_40_12edt.png)

File: 67b9de4c8f09a49⋯.png (159.05 KB, 1894x869, 1894:869, 2020_05_27_22_39_47edt.png)

Let's talk about fonts.

The first important property of a font is that it MUST be readable. Not like regular text in a book or an email, but readable on a graphic, at thumbnail size, on a small-screen device. Readability requires

–limiting the number of words - I play with phrasing to minimize word count - meme text is like a headline on an article

–placing the text on a clean part of the graphic, or modifying the background until the graphic doesn't compete with the text

–size. I play around with text scale on almost every meme, not only to fit the text over an unbusy part of the graphic, but to make it as large as possible given the style of the meme. I'm ALWAYS thinking readability.

It has been said that mixed-case text is more readable than all caps. This is debatable. I think it depends on the font. 90% of the time my text is mixed-case.

A second property of fonts is what I call flavor. Each font conveys a certain psychological impression, does it not? Visit a site like https://www.dafont.com/ or https://typezebra.com/

Examine hundreds of fonts and you will certainly notice differences.

A font can be dignified, solemn, careless, silly, bookish, it can connote an historical era, it can be ponderous, scant, futuristic, personal, etc. etc.

Does the memer pick a font to match what the meme is trying to express? Or do they always select Impact Condensed all caps to get that "internet meme" look?

Anon asked for some sans-serif fonts.

I troll the free font download sites regularly. On Saturdays. Sometimes I just get tired of the same old fonts and pick new ones. I rotate my fonts. Rarely do I use a system font.

I prefer Open Type fonts if I can get them. True Type fonts are OK too. OTF permits font designers to use ligatures, which allows one to create a different custom look.

Pausing here to create some font graphics for next post.

Again, if the meme isn't readable (or at least a "grabber" phrase readable) on a small screen device, you failed. They won't click it, and the opportunity is lost. (Of course, some wonderful memes have no text at all; what I'm saying applies if text is present.)

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704675  No.335

File: 5e3d8362578270b⋯.jpg (304.17 KB, 1200x1200, 1:1, Some_Sans_Serif_Fonts.jpg)

File: 1bdc4268420095e⋯.jpg (189.05 KB, 1200x678, 200:113, Agriculture5TrumpAccomplis….jpg)

File: 5c4b081a404903c⋯.jpg (251.06 KB, 1536x768, 2:1, AdmLyonsQuoteIslam3.jpg)

File: 53d92d1540cf356⋯.jpg (239.71 KB, 800x1200, 2:3, America_Cherish8.jpg)

File: 4d9528aa53a1d18⋯.jpg (295.07 KB, 1024x1024, 1:1, AmericaFirstProud292.jpg)

>>333

1. Some sans serif font samples

2. Hashtag line on Chicken meme is URW Gothic.

3. That's Turnpike at the top of Admiral Lyons.

4. Digitalt on Cherish America.

An all-caps serif font

5. Alegreya on America is Working Again.

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704675  No.338

File: 859d1adafd2c003⋯.png (395.07 KB, 500x701, 500:701, ObamagateSpiedOn.png)

File: e3cfbc47e4dc118⋯.png (83.84 KB, 500x173, 500:173, ClipboardImage.png)

File: e36b910101f2a92⋯.png (107.39 KB, 500x181, 500:181, ClipboardImage.png)

Here's an example I want to critique re: font usage.

1. The Impact Condensed font is readable, yes. But why did the memer use white text on a white background? As a result, they had to shadow the text. Looks really weird, and readability is poor. Think of the last glossy magazine ad you saw. Have you ever seen outlined white text with a black shadow on a white background? Almost never. I dare you to find an example of that in the print media, and if you do find one, there will be an obvious reason why the style was used.

2. I would have switched the font color and used black or dark text over the white background.

3. Or conversely, left the text white and darkened the background beneath it. Here I picked a predominant color from the background on the right, and flood-filled the white area on the left. The white text is in a superior layer and unaffected by the flood-fill. If you're using gimp (my preferred graphics program), that's the Bucket Fill tool.

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704675  No.339

File: 06b72282b8e119f⋯.jpg (338.58 KB, 1200x799, 1200:799, ObamagateSnooperman.jpg)

File: eeabe163dba86b1⋯.png (75.7 KB, 648x257, 648:257, 2020_05_28_08_57_17edt.png)

File: b6f5257aee19a54⋯.png (50.47 KB, 599x249, 599:249, 2020_05_28_08_58_13edt.png)

File: 02c0362e686529f⋯.png (111.06 KB, 660x271, 660:271, 2020_05_28_08_58_26edt.png)

File: 51d6208dcdcdaee⋯.png (54.84 KB, 1171x291, 1171:291, 2020_05_28_09_02_20edt.png)

1. Thought it would be fun to alter a cartoon by adding my own text in a handwritten font. Snooperman was on the original graphic and it pops out just fine. Is that sufficient to motivate a click, to make the tiny font readable?

Obamagate on the shirt turned out pretty good.

Unfortunately I tried to cram too much text into the space. ONE of those 3 bullet points would have been enough. It would have been better to make 3 separate memes, each with one phrase. There's a lot of wisdom in the axiom: Seven Words or Less

LESSON: Keep a couple of handwritten fonts on hand, but use sparingly.

2. Other handwritten fonts I've used in the past. These don't stay on the system for long, maybe use 1-2 times then discard.

3.

4.

5.

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b50848  No.340

File: ed1128df70e559a⋯.png (27.87 KB, 640x640, 1:1, keyboard_warriors.png)

File: 7968d2b2f5dd55f⋯.jpg (224.65 KB, 1200x640, 15:8, keyboard_warriors2.jpg)

1. This is a fantastic meme concept.

The graphic is stark and attention-grabbing.

The color scheme is simple and direct.

The words are excellent.

BUT

The text is too small.

Since there's no room to make the text bigger without overlaying the graphic, let's improve it by enlarging the canvas and placing larger text on the white area.

A preferred shape for twitter is 2:1 (twice as wide as high).

2. Enlarged the canvas into a 2:1 horizontal landscape shape, leaving plenty of room for large text.

Bonus: It will look better on a twitter feed.

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2cea0b  No.341

File: 7693b3088caade0⋯.png (544.45 KB, 399x598, 399:598, ClipboardImage.png)

Memers sometimes distort faces. Usually that's not something I favor; we can usually find a truthful image of a person with a fleeting expression or gesture matching our meme concept.

1. But in this instance the face isn't distorted, it's simply rendered in a sepia color suitable for a WANTED handbill with a 19th century Wild West look. Beautiful work. It's a truthful portrayal that exposes reprehensible behavior (liberal Governors sending COVID-diagnosed patients to nursing homes where they may have exposed vulnerable elders to life-threatening illness.)

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2cea0b  No.343

File: bb82883bd9b047a⋯.png (826.84 KB, 1150x576, 575:288, mourning_joe.png)

File: 645d39826d60425⋯.jpg (167.63 KB, 954x439, 954:439, Vote_Mailing_Cash.jpg)

1. Mourning Joe

Fantastic concept

Graphical execution is a bit flawed - tilted wooden frame, text overlaid on people

Puns are awesome

You never know which meme will take off - this one might

2. SUPERB! Makes you think. Simple format. The IMPACT CONDENSED ALL CAPS works great in this situation. Looks very 'organic', 'grass-roots'. Really gets the point across.

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704675  No.345

File: 3277cfb518e18ab⋯.png (199.16 KB, 800x600, 4:3, ClipboardImage.png)

1. Excellent info. Memes that impart facts are greatly appreciated.

That's a lot of text though.

What if seven versions of this meme were made?

Keep line 1.

Keep last line.

For the middle, use just ONE of the seven phrases.

Then the text can be larger.

You CANNOT impart more than about 4 ideas to the public in a 1-hour presentation. Public speakers know that. People trained to speak to the press know that.

A meme has less chance to influence someone than a one-hour presentation with a deck of slides. It registers on the viewer for a fraction of a second only. Maybe a couple of seconds if you're very lucky.

So why would we think we can impart 7+ ideas in a single image?

It's impossible.

LESSON: It's better to make a series of memes than cram too much info into one meme.

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cf0a46  No.349

File: 1e5da7e27305fab⋯.png (497.13 KB, 720x576, 5:4, ConcernOverDisease.png)

Brilliant meme. Irony to the max. Is irony what makes a meme go viral? Because truth.

You can't force irony. Some people seem to have a natural gift for it. I don't. But I can recognize and appreciate it.

LESSON: If you have the gift of IRONY, learn to meme! Or team up with a memefag.

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cf0a46  No.350

File: b35f93764f8e7b8⋯.jpg (122.1 KB, 590x885, 2:3, tumblr_lidrlwtud71qf70axo1….jpg)

File: 0bb3de6bfb63e6a⋯.png (666.71 KB, 800x1200, 2:3, ClipboardImage.png)

How does a meme begin in the mind of a memefag?

You might start with text in mind (in this case, a specific Q drop) and then go looking for the right image.

I often work in reverse: find an image, and then seek the right text.

I probably collected the poster (1) during an image collecting expedition (we'll talk about those later). The colors evoked the American flag, and the patriot standing in the middle obviously evoked the word "stand". Rocky Balboa in the movie, a boxer. Fight fight fight! I probably searched a text file of Q's drops for "stand" or maybe "fight", and found that perfect crumb.

(2) Erased the original text and substituted the crumb.

(How to erase? Pick the background color, in this case white, set a brush to wide, and paint over it. Then add a text layer.)

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cf0a46  No.360

Others are free to post their ideas and observations and examples!

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7123a4  No.369

File: eac11bfcf9c4d68⋯.png (216.87 KB, 1220x559, 1220:559, ClipboardImage.png)

File: fe1b3abbf306129⋯.png (1.14 MB, 1000x1390, 100:139, ClipboardImage.png)

>>349

Someone keeps telling me to read this.

Im not the meme guy really.

But maybe you guys might enjoy!

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07P836KMJ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_d_asin_title_o03?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Text about Book

Cogito ergo sum (I think, therefore I am), but who does one become when the thought is hijacked? We are no longer a society ruled by geographic lines in the sand laid by men who won and lost wars 50 years ago. Rather, we are a society governed by ideological variation, led by chieftains in a digital tribal society. This is the new world order and the precise opposite of what the self-proclaimed elites had planned. The United Nations is no more relevant than Facebook. The new covert is overt. WikiLeaks is more in the know than an intelligence analyst in the CIA, and Google’s dragnet surveillance censorship algorithm has become the new gatekeeper of critical information that could lead society into a new renaissance. The power shift has gone from a focus on kinetic controls to an all-out battle for the psychological core of the global population. Digitized influence operations have become the new norm for controlling the electoral process, public opinion, and narrative.The potency of the actors in this space is fierce. Both nation-states and special interest groups in every conceivable variation are battling for the pinnacle position in controlling the public narrative, and though there are many initiatives operating in this space, few understand the actual process for harnessing a consistent grip on the narrative in this digital age. While most actors attempt to use archaic relics, such as the mainstream media, nation-states and sophisticated special interests are gunning for the almighty meme. The meme is the embryo of the narrative, and there is a process to harnessing its potency. Ideas are the composition of memes. Belief systems are the composition of ideas. Belief systems and their reinforcement create the narrative. Control over the meme renders control of the narrative; thus, he who controls the meme controls the population. Therefore, the objective is not to focus on control of the narrative; rather, the hyper-focus has become the creation, mutation, expansion, and replication of the meme. The mind is the new war space, and the meme is both a subliminal hand grenade and the new nuclear weapon. Psychographic targeting renders the expedience of parasitically embedding the meme within the vast labyrinth of the mind. Psychographic targeting is made easy via big data analytics, the treasure troves of readily available metadata curated by dragnet surveillance capitalists, and a legislative body that lacks the understanding of the dangers of its weaponization. Metadata layered with the weaponization of other digital vectors, such as search engine results, social media, banner placement, blogs, and bots infused with machine learning and artificial intelligence, can introduce, mutate, and expand memes and conversations out of thin air that can instantaneously become part of the mainstream narrative.Forums, blog comments, hashtags, and YouTube videos have replaced the mainstream media, and the mainstream media has submitted to its position as the automaton regurgitators of the narrative that was introduced by the meme. The meme is the central character in digital influence operations (DIO), and DIO is the ingredient that fuels the new war space as well as the common thread of potency in political warfare, propaganda, and information warfare. The formula is quite simple: Control the meme; control the narrative; and control who is elected to office, how the public perceives current events, and the introduction of a new military offensive. Combined with cyber vectors for distribution, the meme renders an infinite number of variations for an attack. This new frontier harnesses the bleeding-edge technologies and strategies of machine learning, deep learning, socionics, artificial intelligence, cognitive biases, spam bots, memetics, and the psychographic zeroing in on population sub-groups using metadata with the further targeting capabilities that define national and population subgroups’ evolution stage.

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b50848  No.370

File: ec022c03150debc⋯.png (399.39 KB, 950x656, 475:328, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 5ee92a1a21347c9⋯.jpg (186.35 KB, 1196x627, 1196:627, LootingShooting_DontLoot.jpg)

Anons trying to counteract 4am talking point emerging all over the MSM that "Trump is glorying violence" when he tweeted "When the looting starts, the shooting starts" (a true statement).

Diggers learned that the phrase originated from Miami police chief, Walter Headley, in 1967. Admonishing rioters

to stand down.

Because it is certainly a law enforcement duty to protect life and property.

First memefag came up with (1). But it isn't readable, and won't look good on Twitter, and doesn't prove (with verifiable facts) the source or purpose of the quote.

(2) is a different memefag's attempt to remake the meme, using same source image, same text, and adding a bit of clarification in smaller text that might not be readable unless the meme is clicked.

Is this the way to do info warfare?

Will this meme work?

Does it need a hashtag to increase its penetration and spread?

Meme team seeks feedback from psyop experts.

Other comments to help us learn?

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b50848  No.371

File: 4d32834a91cf5ed⋯.png (835.53 KB, 732x768, 61:64, ClipboardImage.png)

Posting this meme as a example.

It is OBVIOUSLY effective and very disturbing.

The WORDS speak of PEACEFUL PROTEST

but the imagery speaks the exact opposite.

Portrays a black man being strangled by the American flag.

Notice the little white 'lightning bolts' above his neck indicating pain, distress, oppression, physical harm to the man.

He is portrayed as a victim, but one with a powerful body (i.e. able to 'rise up' against the 'oppression').

How many people would respond to this kind of imagery? How would they respond? Does this image divide the people and imply that the America is bad for black people unless they protest? Unless they get violent?

Would people of all races respond to this imagery in the same way?

This is obviously professional produced by an expert.

What can we learn from a powerful image like this?

How can we neutralize or counteract this kind of propaganda?

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b50848  No.373

File: 2323a6de6eeb600⋯.png (660.43 KB, 521x540, 521:540, ClipboardImage.png)

Although quite rude, the pun supported by the visual is very strong. This type of image is R RATED, not suitable for families or normies, but there are many who would chuckle and forward it to folks they trust, family or close buddies, for the laugh.

What can we learn about puns?

Plays on words?

What is the LESSON here?

How do we make our memes GO VIRAL?

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7123a4  No.377

File: 263f31d26a86312⋯.jpeg (27.67 KB, 232x255, 232:255, AllForALark.jpeg)

>>370

Yes, But the media already has a spin saying it is racist.

>>370

>>371

>>373

>Is this the way to do info warfare?

Yes, Catch the Facts and let them know before the media can put their hooks in

>Will this meme work?

Second one will.

>Does it need a hashtag to increase its penetration and spread?

I would leave without as the # is not trendable no matter how hard we try.

#ShootAndLoot ?

If one comes ride it…

>Meme team seeks feedback from psyop experts.

You are pros at memes. DJT thinks you are better than the people he pays for his campaign

>Other comments to help us learn?

Did you check out?

>>220

Lots of great clues for you guys.

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704675  No.385

File: 3e80a4e274bf58a⋯.png (111 KB, 671x898, 671:898, 2020_05_29_18_15_56edt.png)

File: c65d14e90c4525c⋯.png (56.64 KB, 666x829, 666:829, 2020_05_29_18_16_07edt.png)

>>377

>Did you check out?

>>220

>Lots of great clues for you guys.

Read it a couple of years ago.

Here are the notes I made in February 2018. Thought I could motivate others to read it if I did a little abstract on its application to us.

Now I should re-read with the perspective of doing this for 2.5 years.

A memeAnon’s notes on

Memetics—A Growth Industry in US Military Operations by Major Michael B. Prosser, USMC. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Operational Studies, academic year 2005-2006 (dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a507172.pdf)

My notes are not inclusive. I’m focused mainly on my side of things – meme making – and how this paper applies to /Qresearch/. There is a second PDF I haven't studied yet.

Memeanon's Notes

→To attack an ideology, assault a transcendant or central idea, or group of ideas

→Memes are cultural bits of info, transmitted mind-to-mind (via whatever media are prevalent)

→How do you persuade/dissuade enemy combatants? Persuade/dissuade the undecided?

→Analyze cultural ideas, isolate their parts

→Also includes means of spreading the ideas/memes

→Clinical disease analogy to the spread of ideologies: adaptive response of both disease and host organism

→Intentionally persuade large audiences through subtle or overt contact

→Disciplines of sociology, anthropology, cognitive science, behavioral game theory

→Military killing of “infected” people to eradicate an ideology sometimes backfires, transitory effect or even opposite of intended effect (martyrs, hardens opposing position).

→Nonlinear problem

→Requires more than token efforts and resources

→Feedback loop between meme makers, observe effect on target population

→Understand target audience’s aims, mindsets, ways of achieving their strategic objectives

→Metaphysical battlespace fought over culture and ideals.

→“Enemies” are already highly organized and weaponized in the meme warfare space

→Ought to be formalized and resourced within U.S. military + allies, rather than ad hoc as now [circa 2007]

———————————————————–

Memeanon's further observations

→Similarity between memes and what the advertising industry has been practicing (weaponizing!) for >50 years

→Feedback loop is essential between meme-makers, those disseminating them, and those observing/analyzing changes in the target population: not only how well it’s spreading, best vectors of spread, recruitment of new spreaders, immediate reactions, but more broadly how to discern/measure actual changes in target pop’s ideology, and feed this data back to meme generation unit.

→Continuous adaptive improvement loop

→Ideas and concepts are subjective and hard to quantify

We could do more in the area of the feedback loop.

There is also a potential division of labor between - autists with deep cultural knowledge (movies, TV, games.)

- autists with psychological insight into target pop

- autists who know how to frame ideology-challenging ideas in a way that is funny, sardonic, ironic

- graphic artists who can convert these ideas into visual form

- meme distributors (droppers) who are in a position to observe immediate feedback and adoption of the ideas by target pop

- autists who can analyze changes in target pop's ideology

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2cea0b  No.409

File: 7671377aba58bbb⋯.png (2.45 MB, 1269x1646, 1269:1646, ClipboardImage.png)

File: d80bc0cc5c95e96⋯.png (36.06 KB, 384x368, 24:23, 2020_05_30_13_36_36edt.png)

A pet peeve.

(1) Distorted aspect ratio is not a good look. It looks unprofessional. It look like crap.

How to fix:

When fitting a graphic into a shape,

ensure that aspect ratio is locked.

(2) If using gimp, Scale tool is how you resize a layer or image. Circled the "lock" widget. When locked, changing either X or Y dimension of the image automatically changes the other too, so the aspect ratio remains fixed and the proportions are not changed.

If you click the "lock" widget to unlock X and Y, then you can s-t-r-e-t-c-h the graphic either horizontally or vertically.

LESSON: Be aware of aspect ratio. Do not accidentally stretch a person's face or body vertically or horizontally. Learn to control your graphic editor's scale tool.

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2cea0b  No.499

File: a56a22c0acdf668⋯.jpg (114.98 KB, 1392x788, 348:197, NikeJustLootIt.jpg)

Here's a brutal meme.

Is it OK to meme somebody's trademark?

Is it?

Well if they don't like it, they will let us know, right?

It's brutal because there's a lot of truth and humor in it.

Has Nike earned criticism because of how they promote ridiculous footwear fashions that people kill one another for?

Has Nike earned criticism because of their alleged use of slave labor in communist countries? (China, cough cough)

I have no problem with a meme like this.

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704675  No.592

File: f84252550b84b34⋯.jpg (209.98 KB, 1024x576, 16:9, QCrumbsRemoveEvilPowerComp….jpg)

Let's say you have a specific text to put on a graphic, and a place to put it in.

Where do you put the line breaks?

Do you just let the text wrap?

Or do you manage the line breaks

so that each line is a phrase or clause?

Yep. It matters.

I am careful not to split infinitives, split 'the' from the following noun, split 'President' from 'Trump', etc.

Sometimes (if it works) out I also like to shape the text into a taper or make it parallel part of a graphic.

Here is a pretty good example illustrating line breaks in logical places and text with a pleasing contour.

Some would say aesthetics matter.

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cf0a46  No.688

File: c790e2ddf67fb5d⋯.jpg (175.6 KB, 900x1334, 450:667, pepe_memewar_cyberspace.jpg)

File: b055969e14e9860⋯.png (834.33 KB, 1271x1057, 1271:1057, ClipboardImage.png)

File: c6949537908fc1f⋯.png (1.15 MB, 900x1334, 450:667, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 6d18b294cc90a23⋯.png (1.14 MB, 900x1334, 450:667, ClipboardImage.png)

To Watermark? Or Not to Watermark?

Watermarks are not in the spirit of anon. I'm not here to argue copyright law, but if an image is significantly modified - say by overlaying some text - then a reasonable argument can be made that it's a different image not covered by the original copyright. Some organizations aggressively protect their copyrights and I'm not interested in pissing them off so I will stay away from their images (example: Disney cartoons, Dr. Seuss).

If somebody contributes a great meme, I have been known to remove the watermark because it's not cool to give free advertising to someone we may or may not agree with. Or you find a base image for a meme that is marked with a signature or website name.

So how do you wipe off the watermark?

Here's how I do it using the open-source free graphic editor gimp.

- Select the clone tool.

- Select a brush with soft edges.

- Enlarge the brush to a size that will cover the area you want to fix

- Select a nearby area with the graphic content you want to use, by CTRL-click

- Place your large soft clone brush over the logo or watermark, and drag left or right. The clone tool copies from the selected area, onto the location where you click & drag (i.e. the text you want to replace).

Some images are very amenable to this technique and some others are not.

1. Original image. I'm going to remove the text across the top line.

2. Identifies the Clone Tool, Soft Brush, Brush size set to 58 px. 58 px establishes the diameter of the dotted circle up top that I will copy from. Select the area to clone from by CTRL-click. (I clicked on the dotted circle.)

3. Place the cursor over the left side of the text. Click and drag right, copying from the clone source to the clone destination.

Look pretty good already.

4. Touch-up needed? Switch to the Smudge tool and enlarge the brush if needed. Drag the Smudge tool around a bit to soften the cloned area. Now you can insert new text. I picked a color from the light green text below. Done.

Now that was easy, wasn't it?

LESSON: Use the Clone Tool to remove unwanted watermarks or text from an image.

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2cea0b  No.753

File: 322da382f7a3771⋯.png (341.19 KB, 635x813, 635:813, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 1abf71a49dff48b⋯.png (881.47 KB, 1440x2560, 9:16, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 8867c8ddf8710f2⋯.png (934.69 KB, 1440x2560, 9:16, ClipboardImage.png)

If making images for Twitter, shape matters.

The square ones get truncated and Twitter will show only the BOTTOM PORTION in the Timeline View. This limits the value of square memes.

The solution is to make them landscape shaped, 2x1 – twice as wide as they are high. Sometimes that requires putting the image on a 1024 x 512 pixel canvas. 1066 x 600 and 1200 x 675 are also suitable.

Example 1, how we hope a square meme will look.

Example 2, how a square image REALLY looks in timeline view (as seen by most people).

Example 3, how to fix it. The memefag put it on a rectangular canvas. Now it looks great in timeline view.

LESSON: For maximum impact, ensure that images for Twitter are 2x1 shape.

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2cea0b  No.756

File: 7cf454c489f38f4⋯.png (281.75 KB, 540x361, 540:361, TrumpSuccesses_Blacks_chec….png)

Here's a meme filled with a TON of GREAT INFO.

But unfortunately that's simply too much text for a single meme.

Such a great concept though.

A meme is a sound-bite, no more.

You have under a second to present your idea via meme.

How to fix:

Break it down into a series of memes, each with a subset of the text. Bonus: Less text means more space for impactful graphics.

LESSON: Too much text is bad.

Better to make a series of memes with shorter text.

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cf0a46  No.766

>>753

So we have concluded it really is necessary that memes for Twitter be the right SHAPE. Browbeating memefags to comply with a shape requirement hasn't worked. So a workaround is needed.

Below, we post code for a Linux command line. It would be straightforward to do the same with Windows but anon does not touch Windows (anymore). This code is simplistic - codefags could probably write something more elegant - but it works.

Note: 8kun does not handle files named *.jpeg correctly. Hover over back-linked .jpeg files does not work. Therefore, it has been a longstanding practice here to rename all .jpeg files to .jpg. There is no difference in a file named .jpg or .jpeg; the only difference is the file name. [Removed - the .jpeg hover bug has been fixed.]

.jpg and .png file formats are fundamentally different. Renaming a .png file to .jpg or vice versa will cause problems because the filename will not correctly describe the content. Don't do this.

In these days of fast CPUs and large storage devices, why do we care about reducing file size?

Because smaller files put less of a burden on limited devices and limited bandwidth. Smaller files upload and download faster, and require less storage space. To an archivist or anyone who wants to maximize the spread of our content, reducing file sizes is common sense.

A tool to reduce image file sizes:Trimage image compressor https://trimage.org

Trimage losless image compressor - A cross-platform tool for losslessly optimizing PNG and JPG files for web. Trimage is a cross-platform GUI and command-line interface to optimize image files for websites, using optipng, pngcrush, advpng and jpegoptim, depending on the filetype (currently, PNG and JPG files are supported).

On .png files, Trimage thinks long and hard, and tries many different options until the best one is found. CPU-intensive. Reduction can vary from 0% to 50% or so, typically 5-10%. How much depends on how the graphic was created. If the file contained steganography, I presume Trimage removes it.

For .jpg files, all Trimage does it remove unnecessary color profiles, empty palette space, etc. That can reduce file size from 0% to 25% or so. Trimage works very fast on .jpg files since it has less work to do.

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cf0a46  No.767

[edit 6-14-2020 for Twitter Shape change]

CAUTION

All these utilities work on the files in the current directory. Be careful - do not execute in your home directory. There is no "Are you sure? Y|N" prompt.

Rename all .jpeg .JPEG to .jpg


#!/bin/bash
# jpeg2jpg.sh
# Rename all .jpeg .JPEG to .jpg

for file in *.jpeg; do mv "$file" "${file/.jpeg/.jpg}"; done
for file in *.JPEG; do mv "$file" "${file/.JPEG/.jpg}"; done

# Convert all .png to .jpg


#!/bin/bash
# png2jpg.sh
# Convert all .png to .jpg

# Some .png files should not be converted.
# SVG vector graphics, .png with transparent background, .png clipart (drawings) should generally not be converted.
# Images with highly detailed small text are usually best left as .png

# Depends on the package ImageMagick https://imagemagick.org
# This well-established graphics package should be available in the package manager for your Linux distribution
# Quality of 100 (zero compression) produces extremely large file sizes.
# A quality setting of 95 was selected after much experimentation. Lower quality = smaller file size.
# Quality of 95 is practically imperceptible, and reduces the file size by applying a little bit of compression.

# Convert all .png and .PNG to .jpg with quality of 95
mogrify -format jpg -quality 95 *.png
mogrify -format jpg -quality 95 *.PNG
# Delete those .png and .PNG files
rm *.png
rm *.PNG
# For all files named .jpeg and .JPEG, rename them .jpg
for file in *.jpeg; do mv "$file" "${file/.jpeg/.jpg}"; done
for file in *.JPEG; do mv "$file" "${file/.JPEG/.jpg}"; done

Convert images to Twitter dimensions 1200 x 675 with BLACK background


#!/bin/bash
# shrinkBlack.sh
# Convert images to Twitter dimensions with BLACK background as needed
# Execute this inside the subdirectory where the images are
# Preserves original images; creates a 2nd set that are resized and renamed.
# 6-14-2020 Change Twitter Dimension from 1200x627 to 1200x675 (16:9 aspect ratio)

# First rename all .jpeg, .JPEG, .JPG to .jpg
for file in *.jpeg; do mv "$file" "${file/.jpeg/.jpg}"; done
for file in *.JPEG; do mv "$file" "${file/.JPEG/.jpg}"; done
for file in *.JPG; do mv "$file" "${file/.JPG/.jpg}"; done
# and rename .PNG to .png
for file in *.PNG; do mv "$file" "${file/.PNG/.png}"; done

# Make backup of each file before resizing
for file in *.jpg; do cp "$file" "${file/.jpg/.jpgbak}"; done
for file in *.png; do cp "$file" "${file/.png/.pngbak}"; done

# Resize images that are larger than 1200 pixels wide or 675 high
# mogrify command provided by Imagemagick package https://imagemagick.org
# This well-established graphics package should be available in the package manager for your Linux distribution
mogrify -resize 1200x675 -extent 1200x675 -background black -gravity center *.jpg
mogrify -resize 1200x675 -extent 1200x675 -background black -gravity center *.png

# Append random suffix 0-9 to all .jpg and .png in current directory
for i in *.jpg; do mv "$i" "${i%.*}"$((RANDOM %10)).jpg; done
for i in *.png; do mv "$i" "${i%.*}"$((RANDOM %10)).png; done

# Restore input files to their original filenames
for file in *.jpgbak; do mv "$file" "${file/.jpgbak/.jpg}"; done
for file in *.pngbak; do mv "$file" "${file/.pngbak/.png}"; done

Convert images to Twitter dimensions 1200 x 675 with WHITE background

(same as above, except substitute WHITE in place of BLACK)

# Append a random suffix 0-9 to all filenames in a directory


#!/bin/bash
# appendRandomSuffix.sh
# Append a random suffix 0-9 to all filenames in a directory
# Leaves filename extension unchanged

for i in *.jpg; do mv "$i" "${i%.*}"$((RANDOM %10)).jpg; done
for i in *.png; do mv "$i" "${i%.*}"$((RANDOM %10)).png; done

>>753

>>1149

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69ba70  No.861

>>766

>Note: 8kun does not handle files named *.jpeg correctly. Hover over back-linked .jpeg files does not work.

I think Ron fixed this…

>>767

>Rename all .jpeg .JPEG to .jpg

so this is no longer needed…

Let's confirm here, >>>/qresearch/9542037

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69ba70  No.862

File: 240841dc8c5ecfd⋯.png (432.86 KB, 1734x828, 289:138, jpeg_works_now.png)

>>861

Confirmed, jpeg hover works now.

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2cea0b  No.869

>>861

>>862

Confirmed. Fixing >>766

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704675  No.872

File: 75dda437c7fbf43⋯.jpg (218.98 KB, 1200x627, 400:209, ChessCheckmateObama9.jpg)

All memefags have experienced a bad crop.

The edges of the meme are not trimmed properly. See the white around the upper and left borders?

A bad crop looks careless.

Sometimes you just can't see it, then it bites you later when the image is posted in a different context.

So open the image in a different app (e.g. image viewer instead of image editor) or place a temporary background layer under the image.

LESSON: Double check after cropping.

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b50848  No.937

File: 81f946416aa3495⋯.png (1.18 MB, 1080x1920, 9:16, ClipboardImage.png)

File: bd8e9d7d8fb87b2⋯.png (543.71 KB, 813x908, 813:908, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 4808ea4511d030f⋯.png (1.07 MB, 1080x1287, 120:143, ClipboardImage.png)

Sometimes an image found on twitter is a great meme. Just needs a little help to be moar readable.

1. An anon captured the entire tweet. We just want the picture. And we want it readable.

2. Crop out the image portion. Select the outline of the poster. This is what we'll try to improve readability of. We don't want to accidentally darken the background where the lady is already underexposed. See the faint dotted line indicating the selected portion?

3. I have found gimp's Dodge/Burn tool especially effective for this kind of task. It will operate only on the selected portion. No need to create additional layers here. Make the brush very large, select Dodge/Burn tool, select Burn, select Shadows (target of Burn operation), and start moving the brush over the selected area. Each time you release the cursor and start again, another burn operation commences. If you don't release the cursor, the burn only operates on areas that haven't been burned during the current pass. So if done carefully, you will not get any overlapping burn areas. Seamless.

When finished, Select None, Flatten or Save the image, and post. Viola!

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cf0a46  No.1149

>>340

Memefags read this.

For 2020, the recommended image size for twitter is now a 16:9 aspect ratio.

https://louisem.com/217438/twitter-image-size

For tweeted images:

Image width/height: Minimum 600 X 335 pixels, although larger images (for example 1200 X 675) will be better optimized for when users click to expand images.

Aspect ratio: 16:9.

Image file size: Max 15mb on twitter.com and 3mb on ads.twitter.com.

File types: PNG, JPEG, or GIF are recommended. Twitter does not accept BMP or TIFF files.

As of October 2109, images taller than this 16:9 proportion will be cropped in the feed on both mobile and on desktop – except for GIFs and videos, which can appear up to square.

It is recommended to focus on mobile, since 85% of images displayed on Twitter are displayed on a mobile.

- - - - - - - - - -

Therefore our recommended size/shape for twitter is now 1200 x 675 (instead of 1200 x 600). That shape will be a lot easier for memefags to work with.

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cf0a46  No.1167

I hope others will chime in. Here's how I go about locating images for memes.

- Primary tool: search engine. Try various search strings. Personally I always use Duck Duck Go and never Google Images, unless DDG completely strikes out. The Russian search engine

https://yandex.com

has far more and better images than Duck Duck Go. I rarely use Google Images, only as a last resort. Search for your string, then click Images to see a page of images only. Set the size (usually Large) to filter out low-resolution images. I will sometimes try a dozen search strings to zero in on what I'm looking for. Sometimes I don't know what I'm looking for, but perusing a trail of image breadcrumbs generates ideas and leads to interesting content. Google's database is more comprehensive, but it features left-leaning content and left-leaning categories, diminishing its usefulness (to me). Google has a nice feature to search for images resembling another image. This can sometimes get the creative juices flowing, if you're feeling stuck.

- Avoid images that are watermarked – because it's a pain to fix them. May have to add filters to search string to exclude commercial image repositories: -dreamstime -stock -alamy etc.

- Use images from current news events

- Make collections of images for future use and file them under Batter. Scan your own image collection from time to time; it will suggest meme ideas.

Other ideas

– deepdreamgenerator.com has interesting images

–pxhere.com royalty-free amateur photos; some are really good

– powerpoint templates

– fantasy art, angels, fantasy heroes, fantasy landscape, science fiction art, space art

– Pinterest (no you don't need an account to peruse their images; you just have to reject the login prompt by clicking the invisible X in the upper right corner of the pop-up)

– Superheroes, comics, and anime

– Deviantart.com, has a lot of options to filter for certain kinds of content

– Wallpaper sites (there are many)

– Posters, silk-screen art, travel posters, vintage posters

– Vector drawings

– Web design and commercial art sites for color and palette ideas

– Landscape photography

– Candid photos (filter out -wedding -India)

– Youtube videos: use screencapture to pick a still image out of a video)

– Old TV shows

Vary the search by filtering for transparent images, clip art, gif animations, etc.

The same search will locate different content at a future time.

If too many images come up, keep adding search terms to narrow it. E.g. smiling woman -> smiling woman face -> smiling black woman face -> smiling black woman gesture etc.

Try your search string in quotes, or without quotes, or quotes around a phrase within a longer string, to vary the results.

Be persistent. Plan to spend time finding images.

While looking for one kind of image, you will likely encounter other images that you don't need right now, that could be useful later. Throw them into that Batter folder.

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ea74f0  No.1790

File: 360f1affb3f0285⋯.png (225.47 KB, 612x366, 102:61, ClipboardImage.png)

A meme like this would probably get your social media account suspended instantly. Why? Because many would consider it offensive.

Don't do it.

A meme should present information in a way that does not repel the very viewer it’s targeted at. (Corollary: Know what demographic the meme is targeted at; there’s no such thing as a generic meme that’s ideal for every audience.) It should not harass, mock, denigrate, attack, etc. that viewer or their beliefs. Instead, it should present info from their point of view, the way advertisers do. Or it can be purely factual and ask questions. You want the viewer to (1) click the meme and be influenced by it, and (2) ideally forward the meme to others. It’s fine if it’s funny, but I personally have no use for the caricatures that depict people in situations they were not really in, or change the appearance of their face. To me, fake memes are like fake news: bad. It’s a fine gray line between memes that are totally true and those that poke fun through exaggeration or caricature, and each of us has to decide our relationship to that gray line.

It should not contain anything that will get the poster’s social media account banned. For that reason, Nazi symbols and similar things are out. Swear words are generally unacceptable on social media. Even something as innocuous as the “middle finger salute” is considered offensive by many normies. Even our beloved Pepe is considered a 'white supremacy symbol' by normies, even though to us it symbolizes no such thing.

You’re trying to reach normies, so you have to be cognizant of THEIR sensibilities, THEIR symbols, and THEIR ways of expressing themselves.

Just because a meme appears on 8kun does NOT mean it would be acceptable on social media. Each keyboard warrior has to evaluate every meme before tweeting, to select memes that will be effective for YOUR target audience, within a specific context, and not get themself banned.

Repeating from the header of this thread,

I ask all meme makers to think about this: Do you confront and punish, or get inside the viewer's head to tease, delight, or inspire? Does it present an idea from viewer's point of view like marketers do? Does it get deleted and not forwarded because it insults the viewer? What about foul language? There's a time and a place for it…and it's a turnoff for some viewer segments. Will it go viral? Is it funny? Wry? Sarcastic? Surprising? Emotional? Beautiful? Elevating? Memorable? Insulting? Provocative? Boring? What target audience do you have in mind?

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204ac3  No.1928

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786d01  No.2181

>>1928

Starting to read this. It's got some interesting thought-provokers. His writing style is rather self-impressed, and already came across several points that I strongly disagree with. But it's probably worth fighting through that to get his nuggets.

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fce9fe  No.2298

>>2181 Keep reading. It gets interesting.

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91df01  No.3102

File: bbc28d9348fa106⋯.png (3.09 MB, 1896x1522, 948:761, Screen_Shot_2020_05_06_at_….png)

>>340

kek, i made that too small text example

great feedback and i agree, and agreed at the time!

my current challenge is using affinity designer or photo and getting the crop

had to move to that program when i broke my ipad and moved to my macbook, and believe me i suck at it

a few memes later i did pic related

i prefer hyooge text whenever possible personally

fuck it, gonna get a new ipad soon!

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aa7404  No.3161

File: 71aca866c7cf0f6⋯.png (355.09 KB, 1319x511, 1319:511, 2020_07_21_23_42_22edt.png)

Would pic related get around Twitter's new ban on QAnon?

Worth a try.

We should do a post on disguising text in memes.

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619af6  No.3163

If social media start banning accounts because they recognize certain memes, there are ways we may be able to foil this.

Software generally uses a hash function (a special kind of cryptographic sum) to recognize that an image is the same as another image.

To change the hash of an image: you just need to cause one byte (or more) in the file to change. And that is easy. A skilled memer can change the image in a way that no one can recognize visually.

But anybody can do it. It's not difficult at all.

Open the image in your art program.

(MS Paint, Inkscape, gimp, photoshop, etc.)

Any of the following changes will make it a completely different image, from the standpoint of software that compares images by comparing their hash function.

Change a pixel

Resize / scale / crop

Add text or marking

Blur

Sharpen

Change color: contrast, grayscale, saturation, lightness

Save the image in a different format: .jpg, .png, .gif

etc.

If it comes to that, we can make a tool (using ImageMagick command line) to batch-process existing images into "new" images.

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f9b072  No.3229

>>767

I've changed my toolset and workflow from what's posted here, but will leave it up as an example of how to implement batch processing of images.

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619af6  No.3614

File: c2ead393167ca8d⋯.png (481.49 KB, 714x924, 17:22, 2020_07_26_19_24_06edt.png)

Here's a Twitter thread

that my fren made called

The Power of Memes!

https://twitter.com/We_R_an0nym0us/status/1287015451030167552

Videos, examples, suggestions, critiques, ideas, history of memes, memes as art, memes as a cultural art form for the internet age…

Check it out!

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d73d16  No.4079

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>377

Nice dubs, fren.

I see your lark

And i raise you one lark.

Kek.

Link rel may not be a meme, but i find it vewy interdasting that it was recorded on september 11. Such tragedy, but by God We the People may yet overcome.

o7 JFK jr.

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