>it looks like your original image has transparent elements. Try
>a selection the size of the original image with white and place it
>the image. Then fill the entire background with your teal color,
>that layer on bottom. Why so many copies of the background layer?
Do you mean put a white background on the wolf on each layer then "merge down"
that with the teal background? I'm still new to all of it but the way I learned
was to have the text+background layers equal the number of layers in the gif
image (wolf) then interleave layers that is the reason for the # of layer. Once
I get it right I will optimize for gif to try to reduce the # of layers,is there
a better way?
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