We’ve partnered up with Anime Studio enthusiast, artist and educator, McCoy Buck to bring you a new blog series called “Back to Basics for Animation”. This blog series will feature a variety of different animation tips for beginner animators. Hope you enjoy, now let the animating begin!
There are many different factors that go into making your own video game, so it can be a task that often seems overwhelming. Here are 4 basic pieces of advice to break things down for budding game developers.
Increased competition and rising regulatory pressures are demanding that artists increase the efficiency of their production pipelines. If you are looking for ways to create your 3D art more efficiently, whether you are a freelancer or part of a large production team, time is money and you need the best technology to help you do that. Speed up your visual effects pipeline with these three quick steps using Poser!
Want to learn how to create animations within CLIP STUDIO PAINT? No worries, we've got your back! Check out these 4 easy steps below and get animating in no time!
We've compiled a list of resources for artists new to digital illustration. These are just a few of our favorite options, as we couldn't list all of them, there are far too many! Since there is so much out there as far as education goes, what's most important is finding what works best for you!
We sat down with professional tattoo artist and CLIP STUDIO PAINT (formerly Manga Studio) lover, Russ Abbott. We got the inside scoop on how he started tattooing and how moving into the digital art space using CLIP STUDIO PAINT, has changed his entire workflow for the better. Here's what he had to say:
The Curve Profile tool is a very powerful feature in Anime Studio. It allows you to create and animate complex shapes rather quickly. You might be wondering when this tool comes in handy. Lets use a gear for example, let's say you have to draw a gear using the Curve Profile tool, in just 7 seconds!
CLIP STUDIO PAINT is an illustration, comic book creation and animation program. It’s quickly becoming the industry standard for creating comic books and comic book related artwork, as well as a popular choice for story board artists. So why are digital artists, comic and manga artists choosing CLIP STUDIO PAINT over Photoshop, a program that’s been around for over a decade? We asked Teyon Alexander digital artist and Content Creator for Smith Micro to explain:
We recently sat down with multi award-winning designer and 3D artist, Sophia Kyriacou. We asked her to tell us a bit about her experience working nearly 20 years for a top British broadcaster, how her work led her to start using and fall in love with Poser and where she's at now! Here is what she had to say:
We compiled a list of our top 5 recommendations for resources best for beginner animators. There is plenty out there as far as education goes, so it's all about finding what works best for you!