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6 June 2012LilredheadComics
Ready to share your Anime Studio work with the world? Learn how to export videos, image streams and Flash SWFs files in this easy to follow tutorial.
4 June 2012Smith Micro Graphics
Create Your Own Art or Import Content to Get Started Fast
Make your own characters and objects with intuitive vector-based draw, paint and fill tools. You can also easily import artwork from popular graphics programs and use pre-built content.
Use the Bone Tools to Quickly Animate Your Characters
Anime Studio's unique bone rigging toolset allows you to create a skeleton that can be easily manipulated to animate characters, simple drawings, or objects in your animation.
Easily Organize Projects with the Timeline, Keyframes and Layers
Anime Studio moves your character naturally along the timeline with keyframes, creating smooth animations. Use multiple layers to edit your animation, and add sound, special effects and more.
Export to the most popular web and video formats, or upload and share on YouTube™ or Facebook® directly from within Anime Studio.
20 July 2016ShoNuff93
This is a tutorial on how to simulate a flag or any other type of material look like it is blowing in the wind as well as how to simulate cloth movement...somewhat realistically!
This technique was NOT created by me! All credit goes to Victor Paredes.
For those of you who don't know, he is an Anime Studio Guru, professional animator and works with SmithMicro!
This was upload with his permission on the channel "Gilbert Concepcion". The channel seems to be inactive for a few years but you can check out his original video here!
This video covers the same concept but uses bones so you can add textures or pictures onto your object if you want to make your objects look more realistic.
The video also covers a technique I came up with a long time ago to mimic the movement of cloth. It's not perfect but you guys might find it useful for your animations!
Cortosis - Scoring Action by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license
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