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4 June 2012Smith Micro Graphics
The character wizard can help you to create character movements quickly. Don't be put off by the default or the randomize output as these are just starting blocks.
18 February 2018ShoNuff93
This tutorial is really the same a the morphing tutorial but connected to a smart bone action so you can change your character at any time real easy.
This would be great for any characters you need to transform back and forth throughout your animations like a vampire character or a werewolf.
You can also use this technique for other things like animating hair growing or items transforming.
It's quick and really easy to set up once you have a character rigged!
3 December 2017ShoNuff93
If you have used my tutorial on making a character or you have MOHO 12 you may have wanted to make your own custom clothes or you just wanted to tweak something that's already there. This tutorial is to show you how to do that and save time on character creation without having to do a lot of re-rigging or re binding.
It's meant to be pretty easy to do so if you have any questions or comments just leave them down below and thanks for watching!
14 October 2018ShoNuff93
Well, here it is yall! My attempt at making a Minecraft-like character in Anime Studio Pro! It's fairly easy and I really like the ability to maneuver it in D space!
Be warned though, the way I've set it up relies heavily on the "Rotate XY" tool for animating it and it may take some getting use to.
If you'd like to help support this channel and also get characters and artwork for your animations, check out my Patreon channel at https://www.patreon.com/poptoogi
6 June 2012LilredheadComics
In this lesson we go over Anime Studio Pro 8's most notable feature, the Character Wizard. Learn how to create characters and animations in mere minutes using this unique tool.
8 July 2012ShoNuff93
This is a tutorial for adding movement to a character that is already rigged with bones. It's less a tutorial and more on how to make key frames for quick movements. This is assuming you already know how to rig a character with bones.
16 April 2017Troy Picou
14 October 2018ShoNuff93
This is another physics-based tutorial in which you learn how to add physics to your character inside of an animation. You need to have the pro version of Anime Studio pro (at least version 9 I think) or MOHO 12 pro in order to use the built in physic engine.
This tutorial is easy to use but the results can vary widely due to the fact that physics animations just do what they want but that's the fun part! Playing with just a couple of settings can really change the outcome of your animations in just seconds. Sometimes they look great and sometimes they can be a twitchy mess. But if you looking for a fun easy way to automatically generate a character falling or have an object to explode, physics is the way to go!
Just play with it and have fun! Couple of things to REMEMBER, you need to have bone strength turned on for a rigged character to have physics applied to it. Also, while a character is being affected by physics you can NOT animate it! Pose your characters before and after physics is turned on!
6 February 2013neomarz1
Watch as Mars scans his character design into Photoshop, then digitalises it for use with his Anime Studio project.
17 September 2015Niidea Productions
This tutorial was created by Niidea Productions and is in Spanish.
It shows how easy it is to create a character in Anime Studio.
In this first tutorial, he covers a few topics including how to trace an image using the 'View' > 'Select Tracing Image...' option.
The supported document contains an image for you to trace so you can follow along.
The final character can be download in the shared files section: Skateboarding Old Man
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