Originally published in October 2016, we think Moho users will find this useful to help liven up their pictures with 3D effects.
Originally published in May 2016, we felt it was important to bring this to the surface. As you will see, this can have broad appeal to not only the professional animator, but also to the hobbyist just looking to get started. Happy Animating!
With Moho you can animate just about any object you'd like! Just take a photo of it and go from there! In this post we will show you how to animate your Teddy bear as an example (because we know you still have one)!
Originally published in July 2016, this article has been updated for Poser Pro 11.1 with additional ways Poser can improve this important process.
Today’s artists and studios need to increase the efficiency of their production pipelines. That requires the best technology to be successful. For freelance artists and teams that are part of a large production studio, Poser Pro 11.1 offers several ways to create your 3D art more efficiently. Here are just a few of the ways you can speed up your visual effects pipeline with Poser Pro 11.1.
Originally published in June 2016, this is another great example of the great tools available in Moho and how easy it is to get started. Okay, maybe 7 seconds is a little ambitious for a new user. But you get the idea! Happy animating!
The Curve Profile tool is a very powerful feature in Moho. 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!
This was originally published in May 2016. We thought it was pretty cool and wanted to bring it back to the forefront as it shows the versatility of the Moho application and how different artists are using Moho.
We asked Moho Artist Emanuel Rodriguez to explain how he made his Zen Froggie GIF. And though it may seem like a simple GIF, he explains that the process is a bit more in depth. To accompany his explanation, he also shares a 2 minute time-lapse video of the actual animation process – from conception to completion. Enjoy!
One thing many artists have issues with when digital inking is keeping their lines steady. Often this is due to the disconnect or loss of control a person feels when drawing digitally as opposed to drawing traditionally on paper. When working digitally, you don’t receive the same feedback from your stylus as you would your brush or pen. This lack of feedback often leads to people being overly cautious with their strokes, which in turn, causes them to wobble as they go.
The latest update of CLIP STUDIO PAINT PRO and EX is now available for Macintosh and Windows. This FREE update for owners of CLIP STUDIO PAINT PRO/Manga Studio 5 or CLIP STUDIO PAINT EX/Manga Studio EX 5 includes major bug fixes, multiple feature enhancements, and access to 8,000 free assets and materials through the new CLIP STUDIO asset platform. New features with CLIP STUDIO PAINT 1.6.2 include:
- Layer Blending Modes
- Brush Opacity Adjustments based on Pen Pressure
- Mac Retina Display Support
- And many more!
Since the release of Moho™ 12, we have continued working to improve it. We've listened to user feedback and have added many new features to the software. This FREE update for Moho Pro 12 and Moho Debut 12 owners includes fixes, improvements and new features which help to have a more consistent work flow.
Poser is the most complete 3D character design suite for the money. While other solutions may offer similar tools they come in the form of expensive plugins and by the time you've completed a working tool set you will have spent quite a bit. Even then, the plugins may not give as much power because they are aren't as tightly integrated as Poser's tools are.
We asked Official Influencer and full-time freelance illustrator of FlyLand Designs Studio, Brian Allen, to tell us how he illustrates using CLIP STUDIO PAINT. He has created a full-length, three-part video tutorial series with commentary taking you step-by-step through his process. He'll go through Penciling (Part I), Inking (Part II) and finally, Coloring (Part III). Here's what he had to say: