With a combination of Dynamic Bones and Smart Bone dials, you can create realistic breast physics for any of your female characters. You can combine these techniques or use them separately, depending on your needs. In the end, this video will take you through the process in adding some polish (and bounce) to the ladies […]Continue Reading »
With a combination of Dynamic Bones and Smart Bone dials, you can create realistic breast physics for any of your female characters. You can combine these techniques or use them separately, depending on your needs. In the end, this video will take you through the process in adding some polish (and bounce) to the ladies […]
From cigarettes to other… objects, creating a smoke effect in Anime Studio may be something you will want to do. This tutorial breaks down how to create a blowing smoke effect from drawing to keyframing the motion. Software Required: Anime Studio Pro (Any Version) Skill Level: Beginner Recorded By: Jim Mills Narrated By: Chad Troftgruben […]
If you are looking to add some realism or polish to your animations, then you will want to check out this Anime Studio tutorial. Here we demonstrate how to draw a male torso and then create subtle movements with the chest in conjunction with an arm using Smart Bones. Software Required: Anime Studio Pro 9 […]
There are many different ways to create head turns in Anime Studio. In this video, Chad and Jim demonstrate how to create a smooth head turn from front to left and then to right by using a Smart Bone dial. Software Required: Anime Studio Pro 9 or Later Skill Level: Beginner Recorded By: Jim Mills […]
Learn the fundamentals for creating a convincing walking cycle for an Anime Studio character. From setting down the extreme poses, to adding in subtle midway effects, after watching this tutorial, you will have mastered the art of animated walking. Software Required: Anime Studio Pro (Any Version) Skill Level: Intermediate Recorded By: Jim Mills Narrated By: […]
Get Anime Studio now! Anime Studio 9.5 now allows you to view your color and brush settings on the fly. This can make experimenting and editing a lot easier.
Click here to upgrade to Anime Studio 9.5! Anime Studio 9.5 introduces the ability to color and label your bones. While it seems like a simple addition, this is great for organizing complex structures. It also makes referencing labels for your Smart Bone Actions a lot easier.
Looking to upgrade to Anime Studio 9.5? Get it here! Windows users running the 64 bit version of Anime Studio 9.5 now have the ability to import and export various file types with the Windows Media Foundation Library. While there are still some limitations, it does make the process easier, especially during the importing phase.
New to Anime Studio 9.5, you can now adjust the depth and size of an object at the same time to streamline the scene creation process. This is great for people like me who forget to adjust the depth when composing a shot! This tutorial explains how to use the feature.
In Anime Studio 9.5, Flexi-Binding has seen an upgrade. Learn how to assign bone groups to certain layers and better utilize the flexible, bendy animation style with this tutorial.
With Anime Studio Pro, you can queue up and export several videos at once. While you may need to write your start frames down (if they don’t begin at 1), batch exporting could save you some time.
Sometimes it’s easier to break your scenes up into chunks when editing in Premiere. This tutorial shows my method of editing and gives some insight into how sequences work.
Have you ever wanted to adjust your audio so it sounds like it’s coming from a television or intercom? How about muffing the audio so it appears to be coming from another room? With a highpass and lowpass filter, you can easily make these changes to create a simple yet convincing effect.
In Adobe Premiere, you have the ability to add video effects and filters to your productions. This can be great for color correction, blurring, sharpening, chroma keying and more. This tutorial will show you how it’s done.
With Flash CS6, and a small Adobe extension, you have the ability to convert Flash files to HTML5 for greater stability and reach. This lesson takes you through how to download the extension, set it up and export a file. HTML5 Extension: http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/flash-to-html5.html
In Premiere, by using the Effect Controls tab, we can adjust the size, position, opacity, speed and other attributes of a clip. This video walks you through how to utilize these options, plus create keyframes for animated effects.
In Premiere, you can easily hold or freeze on a piece of video. This can have several different uses and allows the editor to create different effects for the project. Watch the tutorial to learn how to do it!
If you are using the same points, you have the ability to interpolate, or automatically animate between two different sub-layers within a Switch Layer. It’s a simple matter of checking a box and duplicating a layer. This tutorial shows you the steps.
With the bone tools in Anime Studio, we can apply attributes that cause the bones to react to different movements. This can be useful for springy objects, hair, feathers and so on. With this option we can also adjust the Torque, Spring and Damping values to further fine tune the effect.
If you are an Anime Studio user looking to import your assets into a Flash project file, this tutorial will show you one way to do it. Benefits to this would be wanting to use Flash to animate Anime Studio drawn objects and program in ActionScript using Anime Studio artwork. This may also provide a […]
In this lesson I show you how to create an alpha channel for your exported Flash videos. This can be useful for when you want to do some advanced editing or swap out a background graphic in post-production. We also briefly discuss how to chroma key for those of you exporting out .AVI files.