Drawing help


SubjectZX

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and thanks, alexin.

Alexin

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It's easier if you actually take a screenshot and not a photo. They're giant and low quality.
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SubjectZX

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Thanks, and, How?


SubjectZX

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Thanks, but I still need an answer to my question.

Hectate

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We still need a screenshot, not a photo of the screen. Did you read the how-to in the link that Alexin posted?
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SubjectZX

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Sorry It took so long, i had stuff to do

ChunkyMonkey

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Sorry It took so long, i had stuff to do
I think I know what this is. Let me guess, You made it in "Paint"? If yes, then I know the problem. If no, then I'm stupid ;)

SubjectZX

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yeah, I did. and thank you,

« Last Edit: December 30, 2011, 07:06:56 pm by SubjectZX »

ChunkyMonkey

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yeah, I did.
    Okay, so Stencyl and paint are sort of weird together. In the way that if you use paint to make a normal sized drawing you must shrink the white part of paint that you draw in just small enough so it doesn't effect the drawing in it by grabbing the part circled in red in the photo below ; as demonstrated in screenshot below.

SubjectZX

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It Worked! Thank You so Much, I reaaly appreciate it!

ChunkyMonkey

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It Worked! Thank You so Much, I reaaly appreciate it!
No problem :)

SubjectZX

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Have a good night!