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2 March 2014Smith Micro Graphics
The eye dropper now works with others layers not just vector layers.
The selected colour value/number is then saved to the clipboard ready for use.
8 February 2016AnimeStudioTutor
In this tutorial you will see how easy it is to use the layer blending modes in Anime Studio to change the colour of your animations.
Normally these effects would be added to your rendered videos in a video editor. But knowing how to do it in Anime Studio may come in handy.
This effect can be added to the whole video or you could use it in isolation.
14 August 2016Smith Micro Graphics
If you're looking for software that is easy to use and fun to animate with, Moho Debut is exactly what you're looking for. Moho is the new name for the new version of Anime Studio.
New features in Moho 12 Debut include a new user interface with a new colour scheme, new icons and colour adjustment options. The new library has multiple folders and easier search. The new Layers Panel makes viewing layers easier. Import and export vector graphics in SVG format. The new Auto Freeze Keys option helps you create key frames for every adjustment and bone. Pin Bones are a new and fun way to animate to bend, shape and resize. Bone improvements include new bone colours.
18 February 2018McCoy Buck
In this tutorial I am going to show you how to make your existing animations look even better using a feature called Color Points. Shout out to Troy Picou for discovering the potential of this tool!
13 August 2013Smith Micro Graphics
UPDATED in Anime Studio 9.5 - The updated and improved Eyedropper has options to just select fill color or stroke color, or copy a color to the clipboard.
Anime Studio 9.5 Now Out!
4 June 2012Smith Micro Graphics
The paint bucket tool allows you to apply the current selected fill, stroke or both the objects that you click.
1 February 2014middledistanceproduc
Watch as Jon creates a character in Anime Studio for his show 'Frank and Steve'
This file can be downloaded here!
"Frank and Steve, an idiot and a monster. In that order. British sitcom from anime studio featured artist Jon Canham"
10 August 2013Smith Micro Graphics
Chad takes us through the options in the Project Settings.
Including the output dimensions : width, height and frame rate
Depth of field : focus distance, focus range, max blur radius
Render style : Fill style, stroke style, layer style and minimize frame-to-frame randomness
Sort layers by depth and Sort by true distance
Stereo rendering : Red/Blue Anaglyph, Side By Side (YouTube friendly), cross-eyed and eye separation
Extra SWF frame
Save as defaults and reset/restore defaults
22 March 2016ShoNuff93
I made it this video long because I want beginners in particular to see how long it actually takes to put a character together. This isn't even the most complex character I've seen and it took a few hours to make it look and function right. I've run into a lot of problems when I first started using Anime Studio and truthfully I still do but it's really just about figuring out how to solve the problem and a lot of my solutions are in this tutorial!
I really didn't want to make another super long video but there were just to many people asking me to make it so I had to give it a go. I think short tutorial for awhile is the way to go for awhile anyway. (I know, I said that last time!) In any case, please let me know if you found this useful, if it was good, bad, boring, helpful….whatever it may be. I want to make the best videos I can and really appreciate all input. Also, for any Anime Studio users, question. Would this type of character you would buy or would your rather make try and make it yourself? I'm asking because I'm going to start making artwork animations to sell online and want to know what animators are most interested in. I'm going to continue to make tutorials and then try and sell items I think you guys would like so let me know!
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