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Sprite comic help!Topic%20Title

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Umh there is something i don't know and that is the textbox
For a example
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As you can see: the textbox is transparent but stil a bit darker as the character and the background.
So my question louds: How do i do the same in my sprite comic? :udgy:
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http://forums.court-records.net/sprite-comics/how-make-your-very-own-sprite-comic-t15643.html

Resources including the text box which is transparent.
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Could you please give me an anwser because no where in that topic are they saying how to make a textbox like that.
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miles__edgeworth wrote:
Could you please give me an anwser because no where in that topic are they saying how to make a textbox like that.


I believe the ones they have available for download are already semi-transparent; you can just put them on top of the picture when you've finished the art and it will show through. I don't know how they were made, though. :yuusaku:
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Yeah... You can just save it and use them after you were done with the panel.
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Decisive Witness wrote:
miles__edgeworth wrote:
Could you please give me an anwser because no where in that topic are they saying how to make a textbox like that.


I believe the ones they have available for download are already semi-transparent; you can just put them on top of the picture when you've finished the art and it will show through. I don't know how they were made, though. :yuusaku:

And where can i download that? :redd:
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miles__edgeworth wrote:
Decisive Witness wrote:
miles__edgeworth wrote:
Could you please give me an anwser because no where in that topic are they saying how to make a textbox like that.


I believe the ones they have available for download are already semi-transparent; you can just put them on top of the picture when you've finished the art and it will show through. I don't know how they were made, though. :yuusaku:

And where can i download that? :redd:


In the thread Dawn linked to, under the first spoiler tag. There's also the detention center window and a couple other useful gifs for sprite comic making.
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I am using Windows 7 paint but still the text box is black and not sufficiently seethrough...help please i'm a n00b at this...
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miles__edgeworth wrote:
I am using Windows 7 paint but still the text box is black and not sufficiently seethrough...help please i'm a n00b at this...


Well, that's the issue I'm afraid. I don't know about windows 7, but my XP paint can't handle transparency. That's probably the issue. :sadshoe:

I'm kind of a newbie at this too, so I don't know any details. But I think I remember that there's some free online thing that you might be able to use.
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I think you can use GIMP. The text box is see-through when I use it on it.
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Well for the most work, i use paint.net but i will check out that..GIMP program...
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