Ladies & gentlemen, this is your pilot speaking. If you look thru the left hand windows right now you’ll see me doing the worm on the runway
i have never played dmmd in my life but everytime i see aoba i keep thinking how much he reminds me of wolfie from special agent oso
To animate in Photoshop, which is what I use, I go to
WINDOW > ANIMATION
That gives me the window that shows the frames for animations. I work with it like this:
If it doesn’t look like this and you want it like that instead of:
Click the little button in the top right corner of the animation window and click CONVERT TO FRAME ANIMATION
To animate, each layer is a frame for your animation. YOu make the first frame only have one layer visible, the next frame, the second layer only visible, the third has only the third layer visible, so on so fourth. Example:
That’s one way to animate. Here is another. I have one layer, with a circle on it, and one frame. By clicking the little symbol next to the trash can on the frame window, it will duplicate the frame. Now I have two frames, but still one layer.
How do I animate this? Well, making sure I’m on the second frame, I’ll move the ball layer sideways. By doing so, it will only effect the second frame
Duplicating the SECOND frame, I’ll move the ball again in the third one, giving me this:
After that, clicking the play button that you see above, the animation will play!
So, to make a gif you can either have an object and move it like I should you, or draw each and every frame and make it visible one at a time.
To save a gif go to FILE > SAVE FOR WEB & DEVICES
Then proceed to save it.
hope that makes sense. Remember, Google also has the answers.