Re: Motion Comics tutorial for LiveCode

Ender Nafi Elekcioglu endernafi at
Sat Sep 28 23:29:01 EDT 2013

Hm, I thought that the tutorials are gonna aim to code *motion comics* in LiveCode; animations, sprites and stuff.
Clearly, I misunderstood :)
Still, a promising project, especially to teach programming to youngsters.

~ Ender Nafi
~… together, we're smarter …~

On September 29, 2013 at 6:25:34 AM, Alejandro Tejada (capellan2000 at wrote:

Hi Ender,  

On Sat, Sep 28, 2013 at 9:46 PM,  
you wrote:  

> First of all, it's great news; I'm very excited to see  
> some tutorials focused on motion comics.  

Actually, motion comics is just the media to  
learn programming with LiveCode. :)  

> I'd love to help, also; though, I'm not sure that my  
> technical abilities are sufficient.  
> Yet, I'd like to give a shot and do whatever I can.  

The essential skills are:  

1) Learn how to separate an image from its background  
For Gimp:  
For Inkscape:  

2) Learn how to how to remove an object from an image  
and restore the surrounding background:  
For Gimp:  

Did you have a title in which you would like to convert  
in a motion comic?  

In this free website:  
you could find thousands of titles, but some are  
suitable only for adults. To download, you have  
to request a membership, but everybody  
could read them in the web browser.  

Have a nice weekend! :)  


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