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redted

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hi everyone!
am nu here;setting is kinda weird here but gona get acqainted with soon i hope.i, however,have a little question:how can i make a drawing or a stable image move?thanks all of u.byyyyyyyyyyyyyyye
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Hi redted,

Welcome on board. :tazz:

I have removed your signature since the picture was much bigger then we allow.

Thanks for understanding.

Regards,
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what do you mean by making a drawing move? describe exactly what you want it to do?
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Hi redted,

Welcome on board. :tazz:

I have removed your signature since the picture was much bigger then we allow.

Thanks for understanding.

Regards,

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never mind,but could u please leave its link for my signature?am thankful
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what do you mean by making a drawing move? describe exactly what you want it to do?

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well,actually i want to draw a flag and make it wave as it really does when wind blows.i,unfortunatly,dont know how;can i rely on u?thanks in advance
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well....you basically need to draw the flag in every stage of the "flutter" or "wave" whatever you want to call it....and then use a photo editing utility that has animation capabilities built in...good luck with that....is this a national flag? or something you've made up?
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well....you basically need to draw the flag in every stage of the "flutter" or "wave" whatever you want to call it....and then use a photo editing utility that has animation capabilities built in...good luck with that....is this a national flag? or something you've made up?

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well,can u specify tht utility?that s whre things got over my head
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well....i use adobe photoshop cs...it comes with adobe imageready....it's pretty well effective
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well....i use adobe photoshop cs...it comes with adobe imageready....it's pretty well effective

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thanks a lot.am nu here,hope am not borin" u
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If that didn't work, you could use PowerPoint and make it as a sildeshow!
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Sorry for the double post I cant delete it!

Edited by RockyIV, 04 August 2005 - 02:31 AM.

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If that didn't work, you could use PowerPoint and make it as a sildeshow!If you have the pictures to make it into an animation!You can get some softwares of the internet, I use Pivot StickFigure Animator for all my stick-figure animation you can make animations of your own as well!
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