Drawing with the Add Point Tool in Anime Studio

There’s many different ways you can draw vector shapes in Anime Studio. The most useful tool is probably the Add Point tool. But if you’re used to a freehand style, it take a little bit of time to get used to. This tutorial was created to streamline your learning process.

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13 Comments

  1. Bollalillo says:

    Apperantly i cant fill out the egdes, any reason for thaT?

  2. Bollalillo says:

    [..YouTube..] Apperantly i cant fill out the egdes, any reason for thaT?

  3. gamersegadave says:

    i should think the effect would still be the same all you are doing is just changing colors and every time i have changed colors wether i am using anime toon boom and so on it has the same affect but if it does not for you download VideoPad Video Editor to edit you animation after creation it very good. and another tip if you have trouble up loading your animation to videos to things like facebook youtube or dvd download any video converter it will change the for mat to what you want it as

  4. [..YouTube..] i should think the effect would still be the same all you are doing is just changing colors and every time i have changed colors wether i am using anime toon boom and so on it has the same affect but if it does not for you download VideoPad Video Editor to edit you animation after creation it very good. and another tip if you have trouble up loading your animation to videos to things like facebook youtube or dvd download any video converter it will change the for mat to what you want it as

  5. appleEed2 says:

    Thanks~ Do you know wether using a blue or green background would have the same effect as a blue or green screen, when editing it into another video. OR~ does anime debut actually export with the Alpha Layer still active.

  6. appleEed2 says:

    [..YouTube..] Thanks~ Do you know wether using a blue or green background would have the same effect as a blue or green screen, when editing it into another video. OR~ does anime debut actually export with the Alpha Layer still active.

  7. gamersegadave says:

    you can do it both ways different layers are better if you want to keep every thing in order and not get mixed up in what your doing cuz if you need to re do something you dont have to delete bit by bit hope this helps

  8. [..YouTube..] you can do it both ways different layers are better if you want to keep every thing in order and not get mixed up in what your doing cuz if you need to re do something you dont have to delete bit by bit hope this helps

  9. appleEed2 says:

    I don’t know if you are still answering questions, BUT~ on the off chance that you are ~ please tell me if … on the line and shape… you show, I wanted to then animate either the line or the shape > would each then first have to have been made into an individual layer first ?

  10. appleEed2 says:

    [..YouTube..] I don’t know if you are still answering questions, BUT~ on the off chance that you are ~ please tell me if … on the line and shape… you show, I wanted to then animate either the line or the shape > would each then first have to have been made into an individual layer first ?

  11. TopHitsOfficial says:

    It’s anime studio, not animate studio.hehehhh..

  12. [..YouTube..] It’s anime studio, not animate studio.hehehhh..

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