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Are you wondering how to do
dot animations using GIMP?
Well, here's a guide.
1. Open up your image through File>Open.
Or you can just make a new image through File>New.
2. Duplicate the image.
3. Click the pencil tool.
4. Select a square brush for the pencil.
5. Make the brush smaller, so it looks like a pixel.
6. Dot the second layer. (you may want to zoom in a bit)
7. Duplicate the second layer, and dot the third.
8. Keep doing this in the pattern you want, until your little picture is done.
9. Go to Filters>Animation>Playback.
10. The Playback window should open up. Click the Play button.
11. Watch your dots form the little picture you wanted.
12. Go to File>Save As. Title your creation.
13. Click the little button on the bottom of the saving window that looks like this:
14. Save it as a .gif. If a window pops up, saying GIF can't handle layers or something
like that, select "Save as Animation".
EXAMPLES OF ANIMATION
THANKS FOR READING.
Why don't you show me your work?
Is there something missing from this guide?
Post here and tell me if I should improve anything.
Last edited by iLuvWolves; 02-15-2011 at 05:27 PM..
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