Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Dogwaffle Basic Animation Tutorial

When you save the animation, it will save as a TARGA file (.tga). When opening the file, you will have to open the folder and select the entire series of animations and open them together (saving the TARGA sequence breaks the file up into individual frames, apparently). This is for the free version of Project Dogwaffle, but should work for the pro version as well.