Expressions In Animation

Manzy

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[QUOTE="AuroraAngel, post: 5068394]
Lol, thank you. My rotten side showed up this morning...lol
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Always more fun :highf: :giggles:
 

AuroraAngel

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[QUOTE="Manzy, post: 5068402]Always more fun :highf: :giggles:[/QUOTE]

Agreed! :highf:

Been waiting for those rocks to be thrown at me...lol Then I remembered it's the weekend and RK may not be around. LOL
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[QUOTE="Manzy, post: 5068335]

Here's number 3 lol



Awesome THANK YOU VERY MUCH!! Although my cut job wasn't the greatest I am getting there


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Sis, are you merging down the windmill to your background before selecting the blades? I looked at the animation again and it looks like you have. Keep the windmill on its own raster layer and select your blades first, copy and paste it in Animation shop, and delete the blades in Paint Shop Pro before merging all flat. That may help a bit. That's the key to a lot of animated work, keeping the parts you want to move on their own layer. :littleheart: