You need at least Internet Explorer 10, or you may want to give Firefox or Chrome a try.
I title layer one as a sketch, I sketch out the frame, the next one, and so on. Don't use slow fps, and if something isn't as smooth as you want it, fix it. If you want a real movement, don't keep copying and pasting the same frame. Like I said, sketch the frames out. Then add a layer two and title it lineart. You'll be making the neater drawing over the sketch. I suggest using the tool pencil for the sketch, and pen for the lineart. Use whatever line size you think looks good, I like the size about a .20. After you're zone with your animation, play it. If something looks off, again, fix it. If nothing looks off, you can delete the sketch layer. Note that you can only have three layers without the full Flipaclip.
Now if you find that you're frustrated with something, close flipaclip and do something else. You can also come to me for help. I think closing flipaclip when you're frustrated is a good idea because since you're a bit angered, you might have a small fit and mess up your animation.
If you're coloring and want shading, add a clear, new frame after the frame you're coloring, have onionskin on (tap the three dots and you'll see it,) use the eyedrop tool on the already colored frame, make the color darker. Go to the new frame and you'll see a faded out version of the frame before. You'll see some color too, begin shading where you would, copy and paste the frame after using the lasso tool. Paste the shade onto the frame before and make any changes necessary.
Hope this helped.
TELL ME WHAT YOU KNOW, and I line using thin lines for some reason. I need a stylus for this shit because it's just all over the place when I place my thumb (I draw with my thumb) on there
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It isn't bad. I'll post one of mine.
Give me hints, bitch. I can't wait to get rid of the watermark