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Animated Bone Parenting
Animated Bone Parenting - Anime Studio Tutorial
https://www.animestudiotutor.com/bones/animated_bone_parenting/
11 October 2015 Smith Micro Graphics

New! Animated Bone Parenting - Now you can switch parents for your bones mid-animation and Anime Studio will automatically keyframe the result. Use the Re-parent Bone Tool at any time to reset the parent or un-link bones completely by clicking off the canvas.


Hold or Throw Objects in Moho (Anime Studio) Pro
Hold or Throw Objects in Moho (Anime Studio) Pro - Moho (Anime Studio) Tutorial
https://www.animestudiotutor.com/animation/hold_or_throw_objects_in_moho_anime_studio_pro/
20 October 2016 ShoNuff93

Hey everyone! A lot of people want to know how to hold and throw objects so here's a quick tutorial to show you how. This is not a new technique and has been around for a long time but I still thought I'd share for those of you who don't know how.

First, bind your object to a bone.
Second, parent that bone to your hand bone/s.
Third, to release, break the parenting of the object bone in the timeline!

You can use this technique to grab, hold or release with any object!


How to make and rig an AT-AT in Anime Studio
How to make and rig an AT-AT in Anime Studio - Anime Studio Tutorial
https://www.animestudiotutor.com/bones/how_to_make_and_rig_an_at-at_in_anime_studio/
20 July 2016 ShoNuff93

This is more of a test rather than a tutorial but I wanted to share the process of making and rigging a character with a technique that introduced to me on the Anime Studio Pro facebook page on a post by Paul McGrath. In it, he shared a tutorial about rigging a character so that when you move a part of the body, the body itself will move. It was made by Alexander Ptichkin ( I think thats his name) but it is in Russian so I couldn't understand. Victor Paredes of course came to the rescue and post a response on how he thought this might be done! So this is really just a test rig I had to make because I was so hype about trying the it out! As always there are probably a couple to tips and tricks that might help you guys and gals create your rigs a little faster so you can get to the fun part of bringing you art to life!!!!!


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