Name: [2950] spleenman0
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Basics of Drawing and Animation [ID:637] (2/2)

in series: Anime Studio Basics

video tutorial by spleenman0, added 04/08

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Again I am very sorry it took so long, but here it is! This video covers the basics of drawing in Anime Studio, Animation, and a few other minor basics.

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16. preethiy Wed, 13 Oct 2010 00:49

its usefull i like it.


I am learning ...


Hi there spleenman0!

PLEASE get some more video tutorials going! They're the best in the whole web! Its a shame u only got 2 :/


13. Timelordess Fri, 15 Jan 2010 11:35

i like this. I've used adobe as well so i knew the basics on that, but this was helpful to get me started.


thks


11. anonymous Wed, 21 Oct 2009 10:22

I had a really hard time following this, because I am not familiar with the program. So, when the author is saying - you want your point right here - but is moving the cursor around, I can't grasp where "here" is. And without telling us how to create the set points, I couldn't follow when she said "and just create your set points."

The whole point about making the background look 3-d went by me. The cursor was moving around between 2 points when she said make this one the child. And I don't know what that means. And then she deleted the point anyway, but I never saw any difference in the image.

I think for starting out on a program it's really important to define terms, go slowly, and describe exactly what you're doing very carefully by keeping the cursor right where you're talking about something. Click on ONE tool at a time and explain what it will do, then use it to perform the task, so we can see exactly how you used it.

That would help me a lot, and probably a lot of other novice users, too.

Thanks!


10. anonymous Sat, 29 Aug 2009 21:04

Tutorial was great. Wish some more things were covered, but this being my first time using the program it exsplains the basics well.


9. anonymous Sun, 23 Aug 2009 20:55

Oooh!! This did help some. :'D I just downloaded the program and have been itching to try out some animation, and now I have some idea of what to do! xD


8. anonymous Fri, 10 Jul 2009 16:15

Helpful Video.

Thx for it!


7. anonymous Sat, 20 Jun 2009 08:24

Thank you so much! I was wondering how to use this and almost gave up till i found this!


6. anonymous Sat, 02 May 2009 11:14

Thank you.


5. anonymous Fri, 05 Dec 2008 13:16

this videos blows.

he didnt explain anything he was doing espesically

when he put the ball in the wrong layer


4. anonymous Fri, 23 May 2008 16:44

Review of Basics of Drawing and Animation

You don't tell us how to use this at all. Kinda useless if you ask me...And, you did!!!

THanks,

Joe


3. anonymous Sun, 13 Apr 2008 22:12

Good overview. Much improved over the first video in the series.


Hey there, glad to have you back with us! Nice screencast, it is well paced and very clear.

Ian.


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