Name: [2950] spleenman0
Member: 105 months
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Introduction to Anime Studio Series Series [ID:386] (1/2)

in series: Anime Studio Basics

video tutorial by spleenman0, added 10/07

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This video is an introduction to Anime Studio and myself.

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14. marinir seo Wed, 06 Jan 2010 22:03

That was helpful. Thx.

13. anonymous Tue, 03 Nov 2009 10:56

nice site...

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11. anonymous Fri, 17 Jul 2009 10:56

need to learn basics

10. anonymous Fri, 22 May 2009 08:04

sounds good, but i need to find out more, play the video again. bear with me :-) thanks.

9. anonymous Fri, 24 Apr 2009 17:39

I guess it's to learn it all at the right place to be

8. anonymous Sun, 19 Apr 2009 10:07

I just got this program and am trying to figure it out , it's the only one I have ever used and I am having difficulty using it . I can do bones but I I cant figure out how to do the bone binding. any help is appreciated. I will look on here or you can email me directly at lorcan thanks

7. anonymous Wed, 25 Mar 2009 19:45

Esta interesante

Your videos are very fine.I request you to make more videos on different titles on AnimeStudio for the benefit of budding animators like me.

Thanks and Regards.


5. anonymous Tue, 06 Jan 2009 01:29

Spleen man0, i only was able to see 2 of your vids on here. I dont know if you ONLY have 2 videos made or if im just not savvy on this site. BUT this is why im leaving you a comment. From what i can see, you seem to really know your way around anime pro.. im an artist but not used to the animation program yet. and the project i have planned i dont want to do "frame by frame" . (its too massisve) SO i want to make you an offer, well sort of. Can you please contact me either on my AIM or email. Both my email address and AIM screen name are the same. its I look forward to hearing from you. THANKS

Sorry it has taking me so long, but i am finally going to finish the series. i just had a lot going on so i didn't have time. I appreciate all of the feedback and i am glad to see many people would like to see more videos like this. I will try to talk louder in the next one :) thanks everyone!

3. anonymous Thu, 11 Oct 2007 19:11

Hi Spleenman, You must be a genius to have created such a magnificent graphic!

Nice work. I'll be watching for your next vid.

Hi spleenman0, Kyran and I welcome you as a new author :-) This is a good first video, I look forward to seeing you demonstrate some of the capabilities of Anime Studio. I never work on animation so I'm intrigued to know what you can do with the package.

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