I am using Krita 4.2.6 on Linux / Ubuntu and making an animation.

I have a layer, on which there is a .png image. This layer should be invisible in the first 30 frames of my animation. How can I make it visible from the 30-th frame onwards only?

  • I'm not certain this is a graphic design question.
    – Mayo
    Nov 13, 2019 at 23:06
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    – PieBie
    Nov 14, 2019 at 8:19

1 Answer 1

  1. Go to animation curves docker
  2. Add keyframe (should result in an opacity keyframe) to whatever frame number you want
  3. Change the opacity to either 100 (visible) or 0 (nonvisible)
  4. Click the hold constant icon button (important or else it will interpolate, i.e. it will make the visibility change over time rather than like an on/switch)
  5. Whenever you'd like to switch the visibility repeat step 3

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