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Making animated banners with GIMP….

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Ok, this time I’ll show you how to make one of these bad boys, an animated banner logo. The first one is actually a bit trickier as it involves a lot more layers than the other one, but I’ll explain that later.

What you need first to make these cool banners is:

1. a cool font
2. GIMP 2.4
3. and a good idea, what you want your Banner to look like

To start a new banner project click File >> New (or simply press Ctrl+n) and then this dialog box should pop up:

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