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19 March 2014AnimeStudioTutor
In this tutorial we will create some paper / cartoon looking clouds in Anime Studio
21 February 2014AnimeStudioTutor
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).
28 June 2013AnimeStudioTutor
This quick tutorial will show you how easy it is to share your Anime Studio files. AnimeStudioTutor.com/shared_files
31 May 2013AnimeStudioTutor
Animating this small graphic was made easy with the help of bones and physics. This tutorial gives a quick overview of how this was created.
19 February 2013AnimeStudioTutor
In this Anime Studio Tutorial, we look at how to create a background using the brush settings of a simple line.
As the line can be as long as needed, this technique is ideal for long repeating / looping designs.
This tutorial comes with help from Jorge Merino - Graphic Designer. He has also very kindly provided some sample brushes for this tutorial which can be found in the supporting content.
Click here to view FREE Anime Studio Brushes
10 February 2013AnimeStudioTutor
This tutorial will show you how to create a 3D Minecraft style block in Anime Studio using a simple 16x16 pixel image.
5 October 2012AnimeStudioTutor
This tutorial shows one way to set up a basic eye rig in Anime Studio, using bones and masked layers.
Using the 'Bone Offset' tool the pupils can be moved quickly with ease.
There are two examples:
1. Pupils on one masked layer - Pupils can cross over to the other eye
2. Pupils split into two masked layers - Pupils can't cross over
17 August 2012AnimeStudioTutor
With this script you can control switch layers with bones.
The supporting file contains the script and the example file used in this tutorial.
The script was written by Vernon Zehr (aka heyvern)
View thread on lostmarble forum
Vern's World - Youtube Channel
10 August 2012AnimeStudioTutor
This is a basic tutorial on setting up Anime Studio to allow animated layers.
Once layer ordering has been turned on, any re-ordering of the layers will be recorded.
For example, if you move 5 seconds into the animation, and move a layer from the bottom of the group to the top, a key point would be added. When the animation reaches this point that layer will go from the bottom to the top - i.e. from the back to in front.
8 April 2012AnimeStudioTutor
Using the physics in Anime Studio we can rotate all the gears automatically with ease. One gear is set as a motor and the others are set to 'pivot on origin'.
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