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How to make pixel art (sprites) in anime studio
How to make pixel art (sprites) in anime studio - Moho (Anime Studio) Tutorial
https://www.animestudiotutor.com/animation/how_to_make_pixel_art_sprites_in_anime_studio/
20 November 2016 ShoNuff93

So this is very new to me as too, but I wanted to learn how to make sprite animations. It was really easy to figure out how to recreate sprites looking characters in Anime Studio with the grid tool as well as finding good source materials on the web.

This tutorial goes over recreating sprites that you've found on the web but you can also use this to create your own pixel art characters and backgrounds.

I'll probably end up making another tutorial on this when I've gotten it down a little better but this should help you get started anyway.

The small cartoon clips are just fan animations I made for a YouTuber named Dashiexp. He's a YouTuber that does comedy sketches and gameplays. I think he's hilarious and since he plays old school games, he was the perfect subject matter to see if I could make a pixel art cartoon.

You can check out his game channel here!


Creating Soccerball Physics
Creating Soccerball Physics - Moho (Anime Studio) Tutorial
https://www.animestudiotutor.com/physics/creating_soccerball_physics/
20 November 2016 ShoNuff93

This is a tutorial on using physics and how to CHANGE the direction of objects within a physics group while animating.

For this, I created the movement of the physics objects first and then animated the artwork after to make them look like they were interacting with one another.


SUPER EASY 2 Point Perspective in Moho
SUPER EASY 2 Point Perspective in Moho - Moho (Anime Studio) Tutorial
https://www.animestudiotutor.com/drawing/super_easy_2_point_perspective_in_moho/
20 October 2016 ShoNuff93

After taking all that time to show you guys how to do 2 point perspective in Anime Studio, I thought of a MUCH easier way to do so!!

That's alright though, live and learn! It does has some limitations as the view can get really skewed when working on a larger canvas but the pros outweigh the cons I think. It was just too cool to not share so I just made this really fast for you guys!

Hope you find this useful!!! smile


2 Point Perspective Interior In Moho
2 Point Perspective Interior In Moho - Moho (Anime Studio) Tutorial
https://www.animestudiotutor.com/drawing/2_point_perspective_interior_in_moho/
20 October 2016 ShoNuff93

I admit, I'm not that great at making background art in Anime Studio as I'm way more comfortable with other programs like Illustrator because of their tool sets but I also know that many of you would like to know how to do all of your creating in Anime Studio or MOHO so I made this.

It just shows the basic principals of using vanishing points just as you would if you were drawing on paper and truthfully, it get easier and easier as you do it.

This was fun but it took a lot longer than usual for me to do (about 2 and a half hours) as it's still a new process to me as well.

Hopefully some of you guys find this useful and if you have questions about it I can try and answer!


Creating Different Scenes and Camera Positions
Creating Different Scenes and Camera Positions - Moho (Anime Studio) Tutorial
https://www.animestudiotutor.com/animation/creating_different_scenes_and_camera_positions/
20 October 2016 ShoNuff93

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!!!! smile


Kinetic Motion Typography in MOHO
Kinetic Motion Typography in MOHO - Moho (Anime Studio) Tutorial
https://www.animestudiotutor.com/special_effects/kinetic_motion_typography_in_moho/
20 October 2016 ShoNuff93

This tutorial shows some very basic techniques in making moving typography in Anime Studio or MOHO. I'm really new to typography but I think Anime Studio and MOHO you can do some really cool stuff with it.

I know other programs can do motion typography much easier and even have some default settings but I made this to show that it can be done in inside of these programs as well.

Given time, I think that anyone that uses Anime Studio/MOHO will be able to some amazing work with text and titles.

Anyway, again this is just a very simple way to start learning how to integrate text and sound together to make an animation. I'm sure I'll make a follow up tutorial on this subject when I'm a little bit better at it!


Make Characters Slowly Fade Through Walls
Make Characters Slowly Fade Through Walls - Moho (Anime Studio) Tutorial
https://www.animestudiotutor.com/special_effects/make_characters_slowly_fade_through_walls/
20 October 2016 ShoNuff93

If you are wanting to animate a character or object slowly appear or disappear you can try using this technique.

You MUST have Anime Studio 11 Pro or MOHO 12 Pro to do this as it uses the new color points tool!

This tutorial uses a combination of masking, color points and some layer settings to achieve this effect.

Spooky Ride by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license |
Source |
Artist


Animate Breaking Glass in Moho (Anime Studio) Pro
Animate Breaking Glass in Moho (Anime Studio) Pro - Moho (Anime Studio) Tutorial
https://www.animestudiotutor.com/animation/animate_breaking_glass_in_moho_anime_studio_pro/
20 October 2016 ShoNuff93

Here is a tutorial for those of you wanting to create shattered glass. You can do this in older versions of Anime Studio but you must have Pro so that you can use physics.

You can also adapt this to other objects you want to destroy or create fragments with.
Itty Bitty 8 Bit by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license | Source | Artist


Swarms of insects or critters in Moho
Swarms of insects or critters in Moho - Moho (Anime Studio) Tutorial
https://www.animestudiotutor.com/animation/swarms_of_insects_or_critters_in_moho/
20 October 2016 ShoNuff93

Need ants crawling around a garbage can? Or some roaches for a spooky movie scene? Maybe you want to create a pond with fish swimming around it. If so, this tutorial might help. It is a simple way to use a simple animation and particles to create moving swarms.

It uses particles and the follow path tool and a tiny bit of animation on your character and thats it. It is easy to manipulate the speed and direction of your characters with this technique. If you have any questions let me know!


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!


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