Okay, I have a question. I've been through the memories, looking for an answer to this, but it's almost more troubleshooting than tutorial stuff.
I've been using the extract option to remove backgrounds, and it worked quite well for a while. But recently I've began getting this error message:
Could not use the history brush because the current canvas size does not match that of the history state.
This seems like a resize should fix the problem, but I've tried it at all sorts of resizing and still haven't been able to use the brush. Since it's my favorite thing to do when I extract outside the lines, I really need to get it working again. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Okie Dokie. The amount of questions being asked here is probably annoying and I hate to ask but I hate how long it takes for me to make one animation.
I generally cap what I want to animate, then use ImageReady to put it together.
Now I'm wondering if there is anything I can use to animate easier..like a programme where you click where you want animated to where the animation ends and you just have to use ImageReady or whatever to crop it.
I hope this makes sense. *Laughs*
1. How do i add text, i have tried but it ends up being some random size and some random color.
Any exact guides to adding text?
2.When i do add text, how do i rotate it?
[btw, i use PSP8]
3. How do i replace selective coloring, since PSP8 doesn't have it?
I hope this is okay here if not let me know i will delete it..
Some time ago i saw this tutorial i believe posted in this community and i didn't mem it *thuds head off desk* I just went through the memories over the last couple of days and didn't see it so i was wondering if someone knew where i might find a tutorial on how to do the matrix animation...the falling numbers?
Any help would be oh so appreciated...thank you in advance!
So a couple months ago I found a really amazing tutorial on how to take a picture and make it look like the iPod person but I can't find it anywhere. Does anybody have an iPod-like tutorial? Thank you in advance!