Anime Studio: The Official Guideby Kelly Murdock
Discover all of the unique capabilities of Anime Studio, a 2D animation software program with some amazing advanced features such as the ability to move the camera in 3D, a bone-based rigging system for manipulating 2D images and vectors, particle systems, dynamic bones, and the ability to import and view 3D models with textures. "Anime Studio?: The Official Guide"
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Discover all of the unique capabilities of Anime Studio, a 2D animation software program with some amazing advanced features such as the ability to move the camera in 3D, a bone-based rigging system for manipulating 2D images and vectors, particle systems, dynamic bones, and the ability to import and view 3D models with textures. "Anime Studio?: The Official Guide" shows first-time animators, hobbyists, and digital enthusiasts how to create, render, and animate characters and even entire scenes that can be exported to various video, TV, and web formats for viewing and sharing. Using clear examples and step-by-step tutorials to help you conquer each feature and new skill, the book includes instruction on managing and configuring the workspace, working with layers, using drawing tools, editing curves, working with bones, and adding sound. You'll even learn how to render a final scene and export it, import and integrate 3D models and textures, video, and Photoshop files, and add special effects. "Anime Studio: The Official Guide" will help you master all of the essential features of the software as well as give you creative inspiration for your own projects when you are ready to go beyond the basics with this innovative animation program.
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This book is for version 5 and I just bought version 8. I'm disappointed that info wasn't given up front but, on the upside, the book looks like it has a lot of good information.
There were many technical errors, primarily with which keys to press to perform an operation. The files on the accompanying CD did not always match the illustrations in the book and in a few cases contained errors that caused them not to work. An experienced programmer could probably figure out what the right keys to press and could correct the CD errors. I would not recommend this for a beginner. The publisher and the author really dropped the ball on this one. Should have been better edited and proof read.
Okay, so my fav series, warrior cats, is even on here! That totally rocks!