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Floating Pixel Icon Tutorial by RevPixy Floating Pixel Icon Tutorial by RevPixy
OKay this is the best i could do...i know its long and its confusing but this is the best way i know how to explain it

heres what it should look like if you did it right



i know theres a million other ways to do this, but this is how i went about explaining it....so i wont be replying to comments saying " well you can do this or this or this or this" i know how to work GIMP so if your commenting for the benefit of others than thats fine...but i wont reply to those comments

ask as many questions as you want and ill do everything in my power to help!! i know this isnt the greatest tutorial but its the best i could come up with

dont ask me about making eyes blink or how i make my anime icons, i wont tell you.

GIMP works with stacking layers on top of each other...sooo to make it blink, stack different eye layers on top of each other, one open, one closed, one half open and back to full open

thats all im gonna tell you.

experiment with GIMP or any other animation program. thats what i did. so if i can figure it out, so can you!
and by messing with the program, youll find new things and youll get to know it even better!! so yeah

hope this helps a little bit
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NinShroom Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hmm...
I have GIMP, but whenever I upload my file, it's apparently too small...It happened with my icon...I had to enlarge it with MS Paint...
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RevPixy Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2014
That  might just mean the actual file youre uploading is just a small file.  im not really sure D:  i dont really know that much about gimp honestly haha
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NinShroom Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh...Okay. Thanks though!
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Oesa Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013
Thank you SOOOOOOOO much for this! <33
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RevPixy Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2013
youre very welcome!
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nikbotx Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2013  Student Digital Artist
the gif isnt working for me... i tried doing it but it only piled layers onto eachother :(
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RevPixy Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2013
you have to be sure to change the "frame disposal where unspecified" from "i dont care" to "one frame per layer (replace)"  it explains it better with a picture on the second to last white box of this tutorial :]]
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nikbotx Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2013  Student Digital Artist
or export every image/layer as png then find a website that makes it into a gif for u XD
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RevPixy Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2013
haha yeah would could do that too.  only some of the websites done support transparency.  and the box im talking about comes up when you go to export the image.  i feel like a website would be more of a hassle XD
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nikbotx Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2013  Student Digital Artist
meh i think its kewel :D
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