Trying something new can be a challenge. Whether it be eating oysters or learning to crochet, there is usually some hesitation. And some people just aren't interested.
But for those who are, there is always something to help you on your journey. Having a friend skilled in the culinary arts might make trying oysters a little more realistic. And have you seen how many You Tube videos there are about crocheting? (Around 12,800) Anime Studio Debut helps on the journey through 2D animation.
But don't take my word for it. Check out this review in Layers Magazine. Bruce Bricknell writes that "Anime Studio Debut 6 is an easy-to-use program and a great (and inexpensive) tool for designers who want to get into character animation. It's also a time-saver and with its feature set, it's a must-have for designers who want to improve their animation skills."
This 2D animation is the first animation done in Anime Studio Debut by Okse. You may remember his Hero Spotting from a previous post. He uses Anime Studio Pro now, but every journey starts somewhere, and it's cool to be a part of it.