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In this tutorial, I show you how to do a black and white image with colored eyes. I also add animation steps to cycle through colors.
An easier, non animated version of this tutorial is available here: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=4063

1. Upload an image to work with. I selected a sample image of an owl.

2. Adjust -> Black and White

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3. Animation -> Edit Animation Settings
(choose EDIT on the single animation frame)

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4. Select the Scissors tool from the tools menu.

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5. Draw around the using either a circle or a freehand if the eye is not round.
- Select Color Tint
- Choose a color and apply the tint

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6. Repeat STEP 5 for the other eye. Your image should now look like this:


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7. To do another color set of eyes,
REPEAT STEPS 3,4,5,6 but use a different color

8. Reassemble the animation by returning to :
Animation -> Edit Animation Settings
delete the first frame that has no eye coloring:

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8. After saving, your image should look like this:

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i always ask questions about animation and game desgn. but im really interested. i love animation ut im not the best artist. what are good ways to improve by alot. and how can i practice animation on power point? or any program in an imac?
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i like it i dk how make my pic


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thanks for telling me how to do that I didn't really know how to change the eyes and stuff but thanks


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I like this tututorial but its too hard when the eyes arent round and you have to trace w/ the scissors!


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I am totally agreed with you.
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i now right but u can always do it like on angel wings things like that


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What kind of paper should I use for a traditional animation? This is my first time making a traditional animation, and I don't know what kind of paper to use. I don't have a light board.
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it would not fit around my eye correctly.


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its pretty hard to draw around a human eye exactly with the tool. any tips?


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MissMorphine wrote:
its pretty hard to draw around a human eye exactly with the tool. any tips?
try using the circle one...to see if that works better with your eyes..


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ok thank you


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KD3zzy wrote:
it would not fit around my eye correctly.
did you try using the circle one when you are editing your eye...or you can trace your eye....


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Cool! Have you anather work?

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