March 1, 2021

Artist with a comic twist

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Use animated images to really add flair to your site. Twish makes it easy to add responsive images with the included visual editor. With just a few clicks, you can choose from five different animations, pick one of the four included border styles and choose the size of your image.

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Top To Bottom

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The civil Emperor, before the Mikado, the spiritual Emperor, absorbed his office in his own.  The Carnatic anchored at the quay near the custom-house, in the midst of a crowd of ships bearing the flags of all nations. Passepartout went timidly ashore on this so curious territory of the Sons of the Sun.  He had nothing better to do than, taking chance for his guide, to wander aimlessly through the streets of Yokohama.  He found himself at first in a thoroughly European quarter, the houses having low fronts, and being adorned with verandas, beneath which he caught glimpses of neat peristyles.  This quarter occupied, with its streets, squares, docks, and warehouses, all the space between the “promontory of the Treaty” and the river.  Here, as at Hong Kong and Calcutta, were mixed crowds of all races, Americans and English, Chinamen and Dutchmen, mostly merchants ready to buy or sell anything.

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Bottom To Top

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The civil Emperor, before the Mikado, the spiritual Emperor, absorbed his office in his own.  The Carnatic anchored at the quay near the custom-house, in the midst of a crowd of ships bearing the flags of all nations. Passepartout went timidly ashore on this so curious territory of the Sons of the Sun.  He had nothing better to do than, taking chance for his guide, to wander aimlessly through the streets of Yokohama.  He found himself at first in a thoroughly European quarter, the houses having low fronts, and being adorned with verandas, beneath which he caught glimpses of neat peristyles.  This quarter occupied, with its streets, squares, docks, and warehouses, all the space between the “promontory of the Treaty” and the river.  Here, as at Hong Kong and Calcutta, were mixed crowds of all races, Americans and English, Chinamen and Dutchmen, mostly merchants ready to buy or sell anything.

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Left To Right

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The civil Emperor, before the Mikado, the spiritual Emperor, absorbed his office in his own.  The Carnatic anchored at the quay near the custom-house, in the midst of a crowd of ships bearing the flags of all nations. Passepartout went timidly ashore on this so curious territory of the Sons of the Sun.  He had nothing better to do than, taking chance for his guide, to wander aimlessly through the streets of Yokohama.  He found himself at first in a thoroughly European quarter, the houses having low fronts, and being adorned with verandas, beneath which he caught glimpses of neat peristyles.  This quarter occupied, with its streets, squares, docks, and warehouses, all the space between the “promontory of the Treaty” and the river.  Here, as at Hong Kong and Calcutta, were mixed crowds of all races, Americans and English, Chinamen and Dutchmen, mostly merchants ready to buy or sell anything.

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Right To left

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The civil Emperor, before the Mikado, the spiritual Emperor, absorbed his office in his own.  The Carnatic anchored at the quay near the custom-house, in the midst of a crowd of ships bearing the flags of all nations. Passepartout went timidly ashore on this so curious territory of the Sons of the Sun.  He had nothing better to do than, taking chance for his guide, to wander aimlessly through the streets of Yokohama.  He found himself at first in a thoroughly European quarter, the houses having low fronts, and being adorned with verandas, beneath which he caught glimpses of neat peristyles.  This quarter occupied, with its streets, squares, docks, and warehouses, all the space between the “promontory of the Treaty” and the river.  Here, as at Hong Kong and Calcutta, were mixed crowds of all races, Americans and English, Chinamen and Dutchmen, mostly merchants ready to buy or sell anything.

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In From Center

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The civil Emperor, before the Mikado, the spiritual Emperor, absorbed his office in his own.  The Carnatic anchored at the quay near the custom-house, in the midst of a crowd of ships bearing the flags of all nations. Passepartout went timidly ashore on this so curious territory of the Sons of the Sun.  He had nothing better to do than, taking chance for his guide, to wander aimlessly through the streets of Yokohama.  He found himself at first in a thoroughly European quarter, the houses having low fronts, and being adorned with verandas, beneath which he caught glimpses of neat peristyles.  This quarter occupied, with its streets, squares, docks, and warehouses, all the space between the “promontory of the Treaty” and the river.  Here, as at Hong Kong and Calcutta, were mixed crowds of all races, Americans and English, Chinamen and Dutchmen, mostly merchants ready to buy or sell anything.

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Four Different Styles

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Features & Customization

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  • Choose from five different entrance animations
  • Create an unlimited number on any given page

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  • Customize further with Twish’s visual editor and page builder
  • Set aspect ratio and add lightbox support with a few clicks

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