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About harold

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  1. You can make it looks smooth easily - you could make a big piece of clouds and cut it out part-by-part working top-down and use that instead of semi-random clouds for each new frame.. I feel like it'll work, but if not, sorry edit: actually it won't, only if you'd put every cloud in a different layer and do all blending in smaller pictures (the actual frames) and that's going to be a lot of work edit2: that works, but it takes a lot of time.. steps followed (in case anyone is curious): 1 Make a new image with the same width as your target picture but a much bigger height 2 Run Clouds, mak
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