Watz Up Soulja Nation! Welcome back I’m happy you have come back! May God, (Yahweh) continue to strengthen you daily. 😀
Recently I gave the website a little face lift and today I got to thinking about the aspect of online visual Avatar representation. This aspect brings a more personalized representation aspect. The visual aspect of an cartoon version of myself, does bring a more personalized element to the website. I figured since I’m in my 40’s the cartoon version of myself should reflect aging as well to represent more accurately of me in person with the cartoon version of myself as an online avatar character aspect for the Soulja of Hope platform.
Comparison Left (Old) Right (New)
Oh man just looking at the comparison above of the old (Left) and new (right) version of the cartoon avatar of myself brings forth maturity representation I say this because the left side looks like a careless punk (the old me) and the right side version of myself looks like maturity in many aspects took place because Yahweh brought forth maturity within me.
I did also change the jawline on the cartoon version on the right side to bring the look closer to me in person I also lessen the skin tone… With these online avatars apps that have limited options can bring a close look if not a very close look but never accurate. If anyone is wondering how I created a cartoon version of myself… I used bitmoji which can be found as an chrome extension or can be found and used via android and ios app store… The character customization can only be done through the app not the extension. The extension only offers the option to search and share.
How To Set Up And Use Bitmoji
(Gboard Tutorial) With Gboard You Will Need GBoard And Bitmoji App installed On Device
Pretty much works the same through Gboard on Android and Ios app Make sure you have both Bitmoji and Gboard apps installed for Bitmoji to be found in Gboard
Bitmoji Chrome Extension Custom Phrase Tutorial + Written Tutorial How To Use Bitmoji On The Web
Written Tutorial For Web Use
I couldn’t find a video showing how to use on the web on various websites so I will explain
To use Bitmoji Chrome Extension on the web click on the Bitmoji icon after installed via an Chromium based browser of choice then search for image via the bottom role categories once you found the image you want “right click” then “save as” then “name image” and then “click save” now Go to Website and upload the named image from the computer folder you download the image to.
Some websites will allow for you to drag the image from the extension window into the web page then the image will begin to upload onto the website. I have ran into problems with the second method so I use Method #1 mostly and I recommend method #1 over method #2
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