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  1. I made a rough gif, but whenever I save and reopen it, whatever color I had filled is now dotted. What am I doing wrong? These are still rough drafts of what I intend to do. Here's what I did: 1) Made the Beam 2) pasted the ship 3) Filled it with the background color of the forum I will be posting it in. 4) Saved it as agif 5) Changed the file extension to .gif reopened it with internet explorer to check over my work I also tried NOT changing the file extension and reopening it with pdn but the dots still show up.
  2. Thank you! I really appreciate that you went through the effort to do all of this AND post a video. I'll be putting this to good use!
  3. That's actually 100 times better then what I had in mind! How do you make that?
  4. I appreciate both replies and I've been having great fun trying this out. However, that isn't quite the effect I meant to describe. I'll be making the gif on a clear background and I need it to look like there's just a faint blue light going from one object to another. I just need to figure out how to get that kind of effect going.I'm looking to make this into a 2d effect.
  5. This is great! Thank you! Just one question, how do I control the delay between frames? Is that what the "delay" option is for when saving? EDIT: Yes it is, I just figured that out
  6. So I've been using paint.net for a whole now to crop and make clear backgrounds on images and layer them with others. As of late I've decided to take on a more ambitious project: to make an animated gif of a starship using a tractor beam to drag an object into the center of a picture and then leave. I am in the process of searching the forums as how to make an animated gif, and I would like to know how to create a sort of tractor beam effect. It doesn't have to be realistic (as the images I'm using are slightly cartoonish), but enough to look like a blue beam of light is shining (but gradually
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