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Pixel Art Bouncies 1



Description = PhotoImpact 11.
Skill Level = All Levels of Experience.
Additional Files = None..
Author = ©Spirit
Created and written by Spirit - 9th. April ©2006.



Pixel Bouncie Samples


Step 1:
Open a new Transparent Image 100x100 pixels.Magnify it to 800%.
Brush Square, Size 1, Transparency 0 and Soft Edge 0.

Puppy Three



Choose a main outline colour and do your outline, following the above guide.
Colour and shade with colours of your choosing.
When doing the paws do each one on a separate layer,
so when you have finished the outline you have 3 separate layers (head,paw 1 & paw 2).
Step 2:
Next, do the mud puddle outline on another layer, any shape you wish.
Then colour and shade to your liking. Place the pup similar to that shown below.

Step 3:
Place the puppy up 2 pixels as shown below, making sure not to move the mud.
Select All Objects & Merge As A Single Object. Save as a ufo.

Step 4:
Undo merge.
Step 5:
Place the puppy up 2 pixels as shown below, making sure not to move the mud.
Select All Objects & Merge As A Single Object. Save as a ufo.

Step 6:
Repeat Step 4.
Place the puppy up 2 pixels as shown below, making sure not to move the mud.
Select All Objects & Merge As A Single Object. Save as a ufo.

Step 7:
Repeat Step 4.
Place the puppy up 2 pixels as shown below, making sure not to move the mud.
Select All Objects & Merge As A Single Object. Save as a ufo.


Step 8:
Repeat Step 4.
Place the puppy up 2 pixels as shown below, making sure not to move the mud.
Make some mud splashes as shown in red below.
Select All Objects & Merge As A Single Object. Save as a ufo.


The Animation


Step 9:
Open Ulead's Gif Animator 5.5 On the menu, select the Animation Wizard.

Step 10:
The next screen will ask you for the image size. Type in the width and height.Make it 100x100.
Click the Next button.
Step 11:
Click the Add Image button and navigate to the folder where you saved your frames.
Add your frames one at a time in order that you saved them. Step 12:
When all of the frames have been selected, click the Next button.
Step 13:
On the next screen, delay set at 10. Click Next. click Finish.
Step 14:
Click on the Preview tab on the top of the display area to check your animation.
If you are happy with the result save it.
Step 15:
Click on the Edit/Optimization Wizard. Use the setting as below.

Step 16:
Check the your animation by click the preview button, from the menu that pops up.
If you are happy with the result. Click File\Save As\GIF file and give your animation a name.Save.


CONGRATULATIONS!!! You have finished.
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial.


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