If you are a fan of comics, we will teach you how to make your own story by choosing settings, characters and the dialogues that will make it up. Once you have it ready, you can share it with your friends.
Login to goanimate.com and register, completing your data. Once you have entered your username and password, select the "Create" option.
Within the create option, you can choose between the default scenarios or "Choose template" (for beginners) or create your own from the beginning, "Blank State-Create now".
Once in the main options menu, you can choose different elements for your comic. In «Theme» you choose the theme. Within each of these topics, you have different options:
- Dialogue balloons
- Accessories (to hold objects in the hands, for hair and others)
- Music (to add to your cartoons)
- FX (special effects)
Drag each of these items to the main screen. In this way, you will build your own scene.
You can add scenes to give continuity to the story, where it says "Displaying: scene 1". Keep in mind that you can modify the expressions of the face and the movements that you want each character you choose to perform. You just have to click with the left mouse button inside the character, and select the one you want. In the speech bubbles you can write whatever you want. By clicking inside it.
In the timeline or storyboard located at the bottom of the screen, you can view and modify in the different scenes (Scenes), the duration of the chosen songs (Tracks). You have up to 4 songs to choose from. You can preview your comic strip by clicking the "Preview" button.
To save your comic, you must save it, clicking where it says "Save".
You can import your own photos, backgrounds, sounds, and even files, from Facebook. To do this, you must go to where it says "My Stuff" (My stuff), and then "Click here to upload" (Click here to upload).
You can share your animations by clicking on "Share". There you can have your comics on different social networks such as Facebook or [MySpace], send it by email to your friends, or paste your animation on your blog or website.