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|Topic Started: Nov 14 2010, 10:31 PM (122 Views)|
|xSalashawty||Nov 14 2010, 10:31 PM Post #1|
Youngest member betch
Yeah. I don't have Photoshop, and some people would like to make a moving picture, right?
1. Set your background
2. Once that's done, click on "Layer >> New Layer"
3. Select 'transparent' and click OK. (Skip 2/3 if you're using text, or a picture that you're putting on there)
4. Draw your frame (or if needed, edit your text/image, otherwise, leave it alone)
I know it isn't good, but hope it helps.
If you're doing a texted background or something with other images in it, place it all there FIRST then save it as a .png and then use it as your background!
I'm still testing a few things, like fading/moving text/frame by frame.
I don't really know, but if you're doing frame by frame, I think you need to whiteout the part that moves then reanimate the part... I DONT KNOW I'M STILL FIGURING THAT OUT >.>
--I doubt this helped, but worth trying to help..
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