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26 May 2015Smith Micro Graphics
Learn to use the Add Point tool in Moho (Anime Studio) Debut 11
This tool is used to draw lines and shapes in Moho (Anime Studio)
1 April 2016AnimeStudioTutor
Connecting a line to a circle can be tricky in Anime Studio. It should be straight forward, but often you'll find any new points added to your circle will distort it.
The trick is not to create new points on the circle, but to join your line to the circle's points. This way the circle won't lose its shape.
Note: This tutorial is for beginners to Anime Studio.
30 July 2013Smith Micro Graphics
Overview of the styles palette in Anime Studio.
16 August 2013Smith Micro Graphics
Brushes sometimes tended to bunch up, especially around pointy corners. The brush spacing is now much more even, including when the curviness of a shape is animated over time.
Anime Studio 9.5 Now Out!
7 March 2016Bill Cass
Here is what could be the first in a series of tutorials about Anime Studio. I had some requests for this on an Anime Studio forum so I handled this subject specifically, but I could handle other topics too.
14 October 2018ShoNuff93
Here is another background tutorial I made using a screenshot reference and a couple of perspective lines to recreate a cartoon background. I know it's long but you'll get the gist of it in the first 10 to 20 minutes.
I kept it in real time so you could see how long backgrounds can take sometimes even when you're only using them for a few seconds of animation.
16 April 2017Bill Cass
Here is a hybrid livestream/tutorial where I'll explain, in detail, how I accomplish the color effect in my short film, "Rakitty & Bearcoon". I'm recording this live, but I hope it ends up concise enough to be a tutorial once archived!
21 February 2018AnimeStudioTutor
Here are 10 tips that can help you with Moho.
These were originally shared on Twitter.
Please follow: https://twitter.com/as_tutor
18 February 2018ShoNuff93
This is a pretty easy tutorial on recreating the instant transmission teleporting effect that is used in the DragaonBall Z cartoons. It's a quick example but can be refined to look even better.
The technique involves using animated layer effects to make entire groups of objects change their opacity all at once. It also uses the trick of using one keyframe and adding noise to it to make vertical lines seem as though they are animating at a rapid pace.
1 October 2017mtbuck24
Learn what a bezier curve is, why you use it, and how to use it in Anime Studio.
Bezier Curve website
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