Lesson goal: Animated-GIF: Move a small point

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In the last lesson, you learned how to set up and create a simple flashing animated-GIF.

In this lesson, we'll use a new animation function called gif_pset() to make some small dots (pixels) move around in an animated GIF.

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Now you try. Make a little pixel move!

Type your code here:

See your results here:

To make a clean animation, you should clear the entire frame before drawing the next one. Try experimenting with the code above by leaving in, and taking out the gif_cls(0) line. Dismiss.
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