"Moving Waves" effect to a still background!

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Will you need waves for the morning, sunset, and night background, or just night time?

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#9

I was thinking that I might use them in the future so maybe all three? If that’s too much I completely understand!

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#10

Not at all! It will just take a little bit longer but like 1 hour tops.

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#11

Okay! That’s perfect!
:grin:

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#12

Also can you send me those backgrounds too?

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#13

Yes!

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#14

Here you go!

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#15

Ok here they are!

Flat Waves

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If you are wanting a lot of waves you will have to save these images a few different times. Also NOTE: DO NOT SCREENSHOT THESE, SAVE THEM SO THEY STAY PNG. Also it is ok with the sand because if the tides are kind of rolling the sand will appear to be the sand on the other side. To Sum Up The Sand There Won’t Fase Anything

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#16

And if you ever need more overlays/art go to my thread Here

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#17

Hey, I was wondering if you could send them separately please? My computer is recognizing them as one!

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#18

Yes of course!

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#19

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#21

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#22

Thank you so much for everything! You’ve been so helpful! I will definitely contact you if I need help again!

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#23

Awesome! Good Luck!

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#24

do you want them looping?
if you want i think you have to scale and shift the overlay first and then
@overlay loops infinite times


A guide to overlays:

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#25

Okay, thank you so much @DEACTIVATED

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#26

No probs :+1:

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