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Member Since: 28 March 2017
Last Logged In: 12 January 2023
Comments: 12
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About me:

home made cartoon non-sense - when I was very young, I thought it would be great to direct my own movies - I could picture how I wanted the scenes ordered and framed - and now with programs like Anime Studio I can actually be in charge of all the producing and directing my heart ever desired

  • Flight

    6 May 2019 at 12:23:21 AM
    Your best entry ever! (in my opinion) Great story.
  • Gusty the Dragon

    31 January 2018 at 02:04:40 AM
    Thank you, spidamation! I spent a lot of time on that one, maybe not enough on some of my others. Animation is so much fun - and being able to call all the shots with AnimeStudio gets my creative juices flowing - I hope to see more from you in the future! The Lord bless you!
  • Man Who Is Actually A Spider

    18 October 2017 at 10:16:02 PM
    Thank you for your kind words (and your vote.) They are an encouragement to me - especially coming from someone who teaches animation! I hope you find time someday to enter your own animation - I'm sure you could do better than my stuff - my ideas tend to get too complicated to finish an animation in one month, so what you see is kind of 'pared down' stuff.
  • Samson Terror of the Woods

    31 August 2017 at 03:45:39 PM
    That is one gripping tale. Makes me afeared to live where I do, what, with all the toads. Great "production values."
  • The Astounding Exploits of Webster and Clay

    30 August 2017 at 12:56:43 AM
    This one's pretty scary, but I managed to watch to the very end!
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Last 5 Tutorials Completed:

Creating Different Scenes and Camera Positions
Creating Different Scenes and Camera Positions - Moho (Anime Studio) Tutorial
20 October 2016

Hey everyone! Many of you have asked on how to create new scenes in Anime Studio or MOHO so here's a tutorial for you.

It really only involves double clicking layers and making them visible or invisible.

Switching scenes is easy but you also need to know about creating keyframes for objects and characters as well. Just remember to create TWO KEYFRAMES for every situation. New scene...One hide, one reveal. New character position? One start frame one stop frame.

Also, keep in mind when using cameras, place keyframes right next to each other for quick camera cuts and for animated zooming and moving space them out!

If you have any questions lemme know!!!! smile

How to Animate Handwriting in Anime Studio
How to Animate Handwriting in Anime Studio - Anime Studio Tutorial
6 March 2016

This is a tutorial on how to animate the effect of hand writing text. You can use this to animate a character drawing a picture, writing a letter or use it as an effect to show something getting scrubbed of. It requires a little bit of masking, tracing,the stroke exposure tool and the follow path tool.

How to animate a stroke
How to animate a stroke - Anime Studio Tutorial
16 March 2013

A quick hit video tutorial of a fantastic feature in Anime Studio Pro 7 "Stroke Exposure"

Vector Shape Selector
Vector Shape Selector - Anime Studio Pro 8
4 June 2012

This new tool will make is easy to select vectors in your scene. By selecting this tool you can simply click on the vector and it will select it - even if it's in another layer.

Webinar: How to Apply the Principles of Animation
Webinar: How to Apply the Principles of Animation - Anime Studio Tutorial
2 October 2014

In previous webinars, Victor Paredes has focused on how to use the tools in Anime Studio to create flexible characters ready for animation. In this webinar, Victor will review the next step: the animation itself. Join us in this 1-hour webinar as Victor shows you how to use the tools in Anime Studio to create animations, and more importantly, how to apply and play with the animation principles to improve your character's performance.