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6 March 2016ShoNuff93
A very easy to do lightsaber animation tutorial done in Anime Studio 11. Using the stroke exposure tool makes this possible in minutes. If you are use Anime studio and are having trouble making a lightsaber, this might help!
14 May 2016ShoNuff93
This is a real quick tutorial on how to dim a background in Anime Studio and how to add light back where it is needed. It also has a tiny bit of highlighting techniques but not much. That will be for a tutorial in coloring in AS I think. Again, more of just a really quick tip rather than a full on tutorial!!
8 July 2012ShoNuff93
Making a spotlight using simple layer effects to achieve realistic lighting.
28 April 2019ShoNuff93
This is another "sort of" lighting and shadow tutorial. I probably could make a whole series on just lighting effects but I think these, in particular, are pretty useful and easy to do.
The first technique I show you is how to use just a simple cut out shape to create a spotlight. I've made a tutorial about this before but it's a good refresher.
The second little technique is creating shadows for a moving character. Yes, you can use the built-in shadow effect but this video shows you how to create a shadow that's a little more dynamic so you can place it anywhere you like.
And the last technique is creating police lights or flashing lights. It's just a little more tricky because it involves some masking and changing layer blending modes, but once you get it
27 July 2013sbtamu
Creating a flashlight effect in Anime Studio using masking
6 March 2016ShoNuff93
This tutorial is for anyone who wants to create randomly flickering lights in anime studio. All you need to do is create two separate pieces of artwork (this can even work for photos) and use a smart bone to turn one of the layers on and off randomly. It may not seem easy at first, but once you learn how to use it you'll probably use it all the time!
9 June 2018ShoNuff93
This tutorial shows you how to use a single dot to make a moving star field and also how to use one line to create a space warping effect like that used in Star Wars or other types of sci-fi movies. They both are really simple and just use the rotation of particles in 3D space to make them work.
14 May 2016ShoNuff93
This is a follow up to the light saber tutorial I did last week. A lot of people were asking me how I make the background for this and some of my other pieces of art. The answer is I usually do them in illustrator but for those of you who don't have that I thought I'd recreate (at least this one) in Anime studio.
It's nothing fancy but has a few good tips in it I think that might help save some time when creating stuff like this. This one again, is a little long but at least it's only like a TV show long instead of a movie! LOL!
20 October 2016ShoNuff93
This is a tutorial on how to create a lightning effect in Anime Studio Pro/MOHO Pro. It involves using strokes, the stoke exposure tool, layer noise and layer effects. It is pretty easy to do has a really good looking effect! You can use it for lighting strikes or use it as a projectile effect similar to that used for magic wand battles in the Harry Potter Movies or force lightning in the Star Wars movies!
Epic Unease by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license | Source | Artist
20 July 2016ShoNuff93
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!!!!!!!!
Echoes of Time by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license
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