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Mag and Muu - Body Shifters (SFW) by Worenx Mag and Muu - Body Shifters (SFW) by Worenx
Meet Mag (pronounced like "MAGnet") and Muu ("MOO"), twin Elven sisters who possess the power to shift each others bodies however they choose. Mag naturally has larger breasts than her sister, and Muu has naturally wide hips and a big butt. But sometimes this bothers Muu, and she will often try to take some back from her big sister. Mag doesn't always like it, and will punish her sibling accordingly.

Tried something new to prolong the expansion, hope it looks good and gets the job done.

Mag, Muu and concept :iconworenx:
Kisekae ... Kisekae?
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cpriper Nov 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
 did you use to put the gif together?
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:iconworenx:
Here's a step-by-step rundown of the process for my Kisekae animations.

-First, I make the characters. I make sure to save them at this stage on Kisekae itself, just in case I want to start over.
-Then, as I position the characters for the next frame of animation, I use the Print Screen button on the keyboard to copy the entire screen. Make sure F Lock is off, or you can't use Print Screen.
-With each individual frame, I paste it on Paint.NET using layers. You can use any image editing program as long as it has layers.
-With all the frames pasted in, I crop it so it only shows the characters, and copy and paste them in sequence to GIF Movie Gear where it's animated. You can use any animating program, of course. Some frames I add dialog using MS Paint. All that's left to do is adjust the FPS and voila.
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cpriper Nov 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The problem that happened with me is that I used gifmaker.me/ and it seemed fine in the picture. I uploaded my gif, and I needed a preview picture. Did that, and the gif doesn't load. It is replaced with the preview picture. Any help with that? My gif is only 4 frames (It's a test :P)
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Sorry it's taken me a bit of time to reply. I had to do a bit of a test myself since DA's changed the upload template since my last animation.

Choose the animation file to upload, and once that process is complete, it will say in the upper right of the dialog box that a preview is required with a pencil next to it. Click the pencil, and then 'change preview image' where you will upload a second image to be the deviations preview. I think for the preview to work properly, it needs to be a small, non-gif file. Mine tend to be less than 200x200 pixels and below 10 kb's, and PNG files. Maybe you're using a preview too large, pixel/file size-wise? Perhaps it's not the right file type? I wish I knew, DA is a little weird. In my test, this process seemed to work, so, maybe have a look at the preview images you used/are using? Hope this helped.
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cpriper Nov 18, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yeah, I'll try that, because I was using one of the frames from the gif. I'll report back in a sec. 
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BalloonPrincess Aug 28, 2013  Hobbyist Filmographer
**Giggles!**

Just too funny!  :)
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:iconzeroconfidence:
Lol, fantastic work indeed. Really amazing work! Great job! Ha ha! =D :thumbsup:
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:iconpikachushine:
Great! But how do you made that? :)
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:iconworenx:
Here's a step-by-step rundown of the process for my Kisekae animations.

-First, I make the characters. I make sure to save them at this stage on Kisekae itself, just in case I want to start over.
-Then, as I position the characters for the next frame of animation, I use the Print Screen button on the keyboard to copy the entire screen. Make sure F Lock is off, or you can't use Print Screen.
-With each individual frame, I paste it on Paint.NET using layers. You can use any image editing program as long as it has layers.
-With all the frames pasted in, I crop it so it only shows the characters, and copy and paste them in sequence to GIF Movie Gear where it's animated. You can use any animating program, of course. Some frames I add dialog using MS Paint. All that's left to do is adjust the FPS and voila.

Hope that helps.
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