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Tut: Animations in Animation

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Yeah! Another tutorial for a brand new year! Happy New Year!

EDIT: Hopefully, file is attached this time. Stupid submission process!

In this tutorial, I will show you how to create an animation within an animation using GIMP and the GIMP Animation Package (GAP). Don't shy away from this because I say we're using GAP. We're using it in an unconventional (yet very easy) way!

Make sure you install the two scripts I've included in the zip file...you can find the scripts in the scripts.zip file (how convenient is that?!)

The tutorial is in html format. So, just download the zip file to a convenient location, like your desktop. Double-click the zip file and move the html file and the "files" folder to your desktop (the files folder and html file must be in the same location for the images to show up.) Double-click the html file and the tutorial will open.

Although nothing is required for you to download and use this tutorial, giving me a fave would be a simple way to show your thanks. Just click the :+fav: Add to Favorites link on the left side of the page, near the top. You don't even have to give me comments. Come on, people, show a little bit of love for someone who takes the time and effort to do the hard work of preparing these tutorials for your enjoyment and learning.

Enjoy!

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It's a good tut. I tried to to map the animated kaleidoscope to a cube instead of a plane, and I got a rotating cube but the kaleidoscope was not animated. I hope you can post a tut on how to map an animated gif to a cube. Thank you very much.