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It's an animated Gif with 64 individual frames. To deconstruct them you need an animated Gif editor.Copying and pasting in to a normal graphics editor will do no good at all
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It will, if you copy multiple frames at different parts of the animation. Print Screen only copies what is on the screen at the moment so you could in theory capture every frame. So if you haven't got and Animated Gif editor that is the way to do it.
very difficult to see what's what when it keeps moving and you can't stop it in mid-shuffle.
what i can see is that the 13th man is made up by pinching bits from the others, for example in the 13-man version the leftmost has lost his hair and the right-but-one has lost his chin. others have shorter legs and there's a horizontal slice through a pair of shoes that alows them to serve two pairs of legs.
b*****y clever. someone must have spent ages working it out.
Yep, that's pretty much it. There are only twelve legs and twelve bodies to begin with, and you can see all the bits move so no legs or bodies are being added. So the extra body has to come from a variety of bits of other bodies....... if you break down the gif you can colour code different bits of the 13th man, and see where they end up in the 12man version