Call for Tutorials

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Call for Tutorials

Postby Fahim » Sat May 05, 2007 1:18 am

NOTE FROM BELGARATH: This offer is no longer valid. This post is still here solely for archival purposes.

Hi Folks,

I'd like to collect some introductory tutorials to put up on the e frontier Anime Studio site and I'd like them to be user driven.

http://www.e-frontier.com/go/animestudio/tutorials

The following topics are the ones I'd like to post up.

-Basic drawing
-Basic bones
-Basic animation
-Importing and manipulating images
-Audio
-Basic Lip synching
-Particle effects
-Script writing for AS Pro
-How to become an animator

So, if you have any tutorials you'd like to submit, please feel free to let me know what topic you're interested in discussing. I'll let you know if anyone else has selected it . And if not, then you can create it and send them my way. You can do so via email to fahim@e-frontier.com. If there's a topic that isn't covered here and that you'd like to write about, then please let me know about it.

I'll make sure to give authors full credit for their tutorials and provide external links to their websites and such.

Just remember to keep them focused on beginners and video clips and images will be great. Camtasia based tutorials are the most ideal.

As a token of our appreciation, each person who submits a tutorial that is posted online will receive access to a free copy of Manga Studio 3.0 EX or Poser 7, or Shade 8 or Amapi.

If you have any questions, please feel free to send me an email at fahim@e-frontier.com.

Thanks again everyone.

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we want advanced stuff

Postby Phatthumb » Thu Jun 14, 2007 7:08 pm

its cool that you want to do this, but alot of that stuff is shown on the AS tutorials. I would love to see the good stuff. Something that would make my toons look professional. You know, "make me scream like a 16 year old girl at an N'sync concert". I find myself having to "invent" ways to get this program to do what I want everytime I make a new toon.
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Postby J. Baker » Fri Jun 15, 2007 2:34 am

http://flashpulse.com/video/moho_bones.html

It's currently in divx format but I could make it into flv?
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Postby J. Baker » Fri Jun 15, 2007 6:04 am

Here's the FLV version of the bones tutorial. ;)
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Free Moho Tutorials

Postby gilbertconcepcion » Mon Mar 10, 2008 7:25 pm

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I am making free animation tutorials in my blog--->http://guhitgalaw.wordpress.com/tutorials/
anime studio for games....
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Postby dsaenz825 » Tue Jun 10, 2008 2:05 pm

Umm . . . Are there any tutorials left to do? I tried the email but there was an error and it did not let me send it saying-
"Remote host said: 550 No such user (fahim@e-frontier.com)"
-so yeah if there is any tutorials left please let me know.
I love comments for they help me improve on my weaknesses.
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Postby Genete » Tue Jun 10, 2008 3:45 pm

fahim left e-frontier about six months ago.
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Postby SJHooks » Mon Mar 09, 2009 10:20 pm

You should check out stuff by the professionals of AS. There's Darth Furby, Grey Kids, Genete, Heyvern, and many more.
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Postby CartoonLearning.com » Fri Aug 13, 2010 2:37 am

I know it's been a while since the original post here, but by now it's time for some AS7 tutorials.

I hope these help some of the newbies.

http://www.cartoonlearning.com/cartoon- ... me-studio/
Free Anime Studio content at
http://www.CartoonLearning.com

Learn Anime Studio at
http://www.animationtrainer.com
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Postby funksmaname » Fri Aug 13, 2010 4:30 am

Just started screencasting - is this deal still valid?
I'll make tutorials for AnimeStudio 7 upgrade :)
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e mail link user unknown

Postby chrischristie » Fri Apr 22, 2011 6:20 pm

I get a failed delivery on the e mail link included with this post... It did however suggest Camtasta which I checked out and now have on my computer and it works very well... hey was that the point of this original post to begin with? a subliminal sales pitch for Camtasta? touche! It worked!
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This is no longer valid

Postby Belgarath » Mon Apr 25, 2011 5:31 pm

The e frontier domain is no longer valid (e frontier America was bought out back in 2007), and as Genete mentioned, Fahim hasn't been with the product for a few years now, so this deal is no longer valid.
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Dutch tutorials for anime studio

Postby cuebit » Wed Sep 28, 2011 2:22 pm

Hi All,

It's been a while since my last post but i'm glad to be back.
Last weeks i've been busy with an anime studio (6) tutorial blog that i use for my teaching position in Rotterdam.

You can find it on www.lerenanimeren.com

There are several lessons available and it's not completely done yet. The tutorial videos are followed by some basic information about general animation techniques like movement, keyframes etc.
I'ts only in Dutch but maybe you can learn from it.

Regards,

Maarten
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