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  • In reply to: Inserting a drawing into Animation Paper

    May 16, 2020 at 7:43 pm #2855
    Lou DellarosaLou Dellarosa
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    Well, as an example, thus far I have 67 frames of a character animated in TV Paint. The character has long hair and is dancing around, swinging a hat. I have some rough placement of the hair, the hat and other loose parts of clothing, but I will need to go back and animate those straight ahead. With the exception of the hair, the hat and clothing, everything else looks fine, and I would hate to have to go back and trace back the rest of the character in Animation Paper. Currently, one is able to edit imported PNG frames in Rough Animator, but of course that app is much more restricted in other ways. Anyway, my situation could just be a one-off, so I’m just inquiring. Thanks again!

    -Lou

    In reply to: Inserting a drawing into Animation Paper

    May 16, 2020 at 6:57 pm #2853
    Lou DellarosaLou Dellarosa
    Participant

    Hi Niels – is there a reason why imported images are not able to be directly edited rather than just used as reference layers? It would be handy to able to work directly onto exported PNGs from a software like TV Paint without having to recreate every frame of usable portions of a drawing (BTW, TV Paint is a great program, but I find it much too bloated for just animating).

    Thanks for all your hard work!