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27 July 2013sbtamu
Creating a flashlight effect in Anime Studio using masking
21 February 2014AnimeStudioTutor
Basic introduction to masking in Anime Studio. The 'Hide all' setting removes everything from the group and only shows what has been masked out. (This is the most common option when using layer masking).
3 December 2017ShoNuff93
This one is pretty easy to do. Draw a bubble add some text, hide it, reveal it, hide it again! Simple enough but just in case you wanted to add a touch of movement to thought bubbles I thought I'd add that too.
Plus, I got over using curve profiles a bit. It's a tool that many of you have probably never heard of or used but it's really pretty cool so check it out!
14 May 2016ShoNuff93
Here is another tutorial that a few subscribers requested in regards to making holes or portals that objects can pass through. It uses the same principal as the mirror tutorial by using a mask to hide and reveal objects!
20 October 2016ShoNuff93
Hey everyone! Many of you have asked on how to create new scenes in Anime Studio or MOHO so here's a tutorial for you.
It really only involves double clicking layers and making them visible or invisible.
Switching scenes is easy but you also need to know about creating keyframes for objects and characters as well. Just remember to create TWO KEYFRAMES for every situation. New scene...One hide, one reveal. New character position? One start frame one stop frame.
Also, keep in mind when using cameras, place keyframes right next to each other for quick camera cuts and for animated zooming and moving space them out!
If you have any questions lemme know!!!!
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!!!!!!!!
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