Hello, I am new to Blender, and I mainly want to use it for 2D animation. Now I use Krita for creating individual animated elements and characters. Since my computer isnt very high end, I have to do animation in small parts and file, so for eg. if the total animation has 100 frames, due to my computer I have to do in parts, but its a continous animation. and different files for different elements. Now I want to mainly use Blender to put all these elements together. I used the import as planes to import the image sequence in the 2D Animation mode and I was able to get a result as I wanted, however, now when I want to add the next part of the movement(frames) to this animation, however, when I import the sequence it gets imported again from frame 1 while I would want it to start somewhere after my initial frames. Is it possible to do that? Usually, in Krita when we import a sequence of images, they get imported in frames, in Blender, I am not seeing the individual frames, only a animated object which is the image sequence. Is it possible to delete maybe some of the frames after importing them into Blender?
Here is what I made
I want to add the next set of frames for the bird.