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In this Sprite Sheet tutorial you will learn how to create basic movement in your animation.
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Hi this is Danny from AdobeNicNacs.tk. And in this tutorial I’m going to show you how to use sprite from the sprite sheet out you have sliced and save down in scratch. So if you’ve seen the previous tutorial you might seen what we made. And lot of these clone animations, well they're not exactly animations by themselves but once put together they would make an animation.
And to put this in scratch is a tedious process along with cutting out the sprites individual shots. So what I got here is open a sprite it’s called clone it just represented by black skirt image. And I’m going to costumes area and I’m going to edit and clear clone m1. And I’m just going to zoom out that, one. I’m going import, now the animation we’re going to use is you can choose any and I’m going to use this one here. And I should know to use button because I’m not quite sure so we’re going start with 66 and we’re going to the scratch find in the 66 and so I need to 66.so we can import that and this 66 maybe it’s 67.
Okay so I’m just going to take here is this one, it’s 145,146and 147. And the importers we need to grab our paint bucket tool choose transparency. And we need to fill these white areas and so we’re done, so I’ll just press ok we got our first shot. Just going to move it down there and all I do is press paint like an import 146. This is where it helps to have each group here of animation organizing to fold to save quickly and easily access it. if I didn’t have time for that so I’m just going to do this way. So I got my fill transparency and get rid of that, one. And then I’m going to paint then import and its 147and fill it with transparency that part, and it’s black either.
And as you can see there’s a little white patch there so you need to get rid of that as well and it’s gone. So I got an animation here so if I just had a simple script when the group flags click forever. And before I put the froze time I’m going to switch costume1, so when you start it you start to costume 1. And I’m going to next costume then I’m going actually put this before. So as you can see now might not point, let’s try move free. This is the script and now we’re going to run this and see what it looks like.
So it’s a little fast I think so not point. Let’s try not 5okay let’s try note point1.okay it’s little better ,so now what will we’re going to do is going to have script. And I’m going to say is when this clicked in fact now I’m going to do this one when this is clicked forever. If the right arrow is pressed I want them to pointing direction minus90 because it’s pointing that way. It’s going to be the other way around. And by the way I only put this to face left and right, pointing direction -90. And then we’ll say might point3 next question.
So from this you can see he runs. So if I duplicate this part and put it there right above the script, choose left arrow. .put 90 and then we try it comes that way that way and that way. Still we can always put move 10 steps and see how that looks. And move backwards which why we need this X value change it by 10 change X by -10. Now let’s try it and you can see moves long and this is the most, this isn’t the most advanced movements group. But we’re getting movements scripts for sprite sheet animations later. But this will do for now okay.
Next I think I got time for about 1 more. So if I quickly, actually I’ll save that for another tutorial to make it easier and so I think that’s about to conclude this tutorial. I hope you’ve enjoyed and please check out my site as www.AdobeNicNacs.tk. I hope you’ve enjoyed this tutorial if you would please comment, rate and subscribe to my videos. And thanks for watching.