DOODLY – how to add colors to your whiteboard animation

DOODLY – how to add colors to your whiteboard animation


in this short tutorial I will show you how to add colors to doodly animation first do the print screen of the prop you want to color then you will need a photo editing software at the end of this tutorial I will show you step-by-step how to color dude Lee’s prop using GIMP but first let me show you a few methods for importing colors to Dooley so the first one is the easiest you just import your color graphic to Julie change its duration to zero and that’s it and it will just appear on the screen like this ball the second method is useful when you want your colored picture to be drawn in this case you have to use two pictures black and white dude Lee’s graphic and imported coloured one then manipulate their positions and sizes in order to put one exactly on another and be precise sometimes it is tricky to make it easier use zoom you can also change for a while the transparency of colored item the second method must be used together with changing the erase mode to off look at the results and that’s how it looks when the erase mode is on it’s not really nice is it what if you want to have the smart mode turns on in your animation if you have photo editing software with layers module available you can import only the layer with colors and then fits it precisely into the borders of Julie’s black and white graphic it makes it easier to combine those two pictures together and it makes a racing effect to be not so visible just look you it is the same when you are up to add to your animation colored picture that is not included in Jude Lee’s assets let’s say you want to add this sunflower and you want it to be drawn so you’ll need to create its drawing path but in this case it is also better to use two layers the one for colored part of the one for black and white border part in my other video you can watch the way I imported the sunflower to Julie if you don’t feel comfortable with photo editing stay here for a bit longer I will show you how to use GIMP and could you do me a favor could you write down in comments is this artificial voice very annoying just a little bit annoying or is it bearable this is a testing phase your opinion will be helpful and of course if you liked my video it would be great if you subscribe my channel [Music] you

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