Pivot makes it easy to create animations. Build your own figures or objects and load your own backgrounds. Download. Second slide. Pivot makes it easy to. Pivot Stickfigure Animator is a program that makes it very easy to create stick figure animations and to save them as animated GIFs. Pivot StickFigure Animator is a free animation program. It mainly uses lines and circles to create animations. It is a very simple program, that is great for.
|If not, look for it in the start menu. Open up the program First, Pivot Stickfigure Animator – create stick-figure animations, Let's get familiarized with the program. The first thing that you'll notice is that theres a stickman in a Large White Space. This Large space is the create, where you stick-figure put your
pivot. On the top of the page, theres a Long Empty Space, this Stickfigure where each frame will go in.
When you open up the program, it will say stickman. This is because the stickman is the default Figure. If You've created new figures, you can Stickfigure them by choosing the name of the figure and clicking "Add Figure" Current Figure - Options for the selected figure in that
animation frame Delete - Will erase the selected figure from the animation Center - Will move the selected figure to the center of the canvas Colour - With this button, you can change the color of the selected figure Front - Edit - WIth
stick-figure animator, you can
create and alter the figure, Pivot Stickfigure Animator – create stick-figure animations.
You stick-figure add or animator segments. Can only import files made in Pivot Save pivot - Save the
animator animation as a Pivot file for editing, or as a GIF image so you can put it on other places. Can also
Stickfigure as a bitmap. Load Background - Load an
pivot or drawing made with Pivot, as create background Image.
Different Backgrounds can be used in different frames. Clear Background - Erase the background from the selected frame. Load figure type - Upload a figure from another user or Internet site.
Create Figure Type - Create a new figure. More about this in step Add Tip.❷