MaskingFound 19 Tutorials
28 April 2019 ShoNuff93
Hey everyone! So as the video says, I was taking WAY too long to create a cartoon intro for this video so I thought I'd better just split it up and show you the whole animation later. However, I don't want to have such a huge gap in time between uploads so I needed to put something up so I just did this first part showing you a couple of special effects on the car before it time jumps. This is just part one, showing a kind of electrical flame burst at the front of the car and then some cool trace lightning effect. It's just part one of the tutorials and I'll be making another one showing you how I make the car disappear, some spark effects and how to make a fire trail left by the tires.
You need pro versions of the program to use particles and whatnot so just be aware!
14 October 2018 ShoNuff93
As you can see by the beginning intro this tutorial will show you how to create a spinning globe effect in Anime Studio/MOHO with the help of clipping masks and a little bit of cycling animation. You'll learn how to use group folders to use masks as well as how to recolour a .png file that has a transparency. It's pretty simple but really effective.
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18 February 2018 ShoNuff93
This is how to create an X-Ray effect in MOHO or Anime Studio using two separate characters and then rigging them to the same set of bones. Then, all you need to do is add a little bit of masking and boom! I believe this will work for even much older version of Anime Studio as long as you've got the masking option!
20 July 2016 ShoNuff93
This tutorial is to show you all how to use masking to create a gradient lighting effect that you would use for making flashlight or torch effects. It's pretty simple to achieve but you need to make two separate pieces of artwork .
You can do this by using another program such as Illustrator like I did or you can do it in Anime Studio by creating a background, duplicating and then changing all of the colors. I just used Illustrator because it's much easier for me to create backgrounds in it!
Once you've done this, you really only need to use a mask and use the LAYER blur function to make it look more realistic. (if that's what you're going for.)
As always, when you think of masking always remember it is a way to hide or reveal things!!!!!!!!
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14 May 2016 ShoNuff93
Just and short little tutorial on how to make a mirror image of a character in anime studio!
14 May 2016 ShoNuff93
Here is another tutorial that a few subscribers requested in regards to making holes or portals that objects can pass through. It uses the same principal as the mirror tutorial by using a mask to hide and reveal objects!
14 May 2016 ShoNuff93
This is a tutorial on how to use and photographs in anime studio. I've made a tutorial on this subject a couple of times years ago but I felt like I should update it.
20 October 2015 Stayf Draws
How to use Smart Bones in Anime Studio and make 2D animation look like 3D.
In this tutorial of Stayf Draws I show you how to animate a bumblebee using Smart Bones in Anime Studio Pro 11.
Check out the first part of this tutorial
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21 February 2014 AnimeStudioTutor
Basic introduction to masking in Anime Studio. The 'Hide all' setting removes everything from the group and only shows what has been masked out. (This is the most common option when using layer masking).
21 December 2013 LilredheadComics
Have you ever brought an image into Anime Studio and wished you could somehow make a character or object appear behind one part of the image, while still being revealed in another? While you could go into another software and break this image apart, you can also achieve the effect through masking, without having to leave Anime Studio. This tutorial shows you how to create an invisible mask and allow a character to run behind a pillar on a static bitmap image.
Recorded By: Jim Mills
Narrated By: Chad Troftgruben
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