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Tag: cut-out animation

Adobe Offsetting: April 2014

This will be a short and sweet post for this month’s Adobe Offsetting. For the second month in a row, I decided to back Project…

Anime Studio 360

For the past year I’ve been re-dabbling with Anime Studio. I’ve used Anime Studio since way back in 2003 when it was called Moho. For…

A significant Synfig setback

Did you ever do something stupid like drive your car for two weeks with the emergency brake on without realizing it, resulting in a damaged…

Adobe Offsetting: November 2013

This is the first of my monthly donations to open-source initiatives and software in lieu of a monthly payment for to Adobe. I’m sorry if…

Misty available for switch layers

Synfig now has the capability of creating switch layers. If you’ve never heard of switch layers before, it’s great for cut-out characters. The gist is…

New feet and hands for Misty

Today I made some headway and was able to finish Misty’s hand positions for her front view. I think that I’ll be able to reuse…

Clothing Ideas for Misty

In between working on Misty’s new feet and poses over the past weekend. I started trying out different clothing options for Misty. The cover up…

Understanding Z Depth in Synfig

It’s been a while since writing an entry or working in Synfig, and now I’m back doing both. I missed using Synfig over the past…

Test Lip-Sync

Giving Misty a voice Yesterday morning I thought it would be fun to test the mouths that I recently created for Misty. I tried to…

Charting a Path

Progress! So Misty is finally getting her facial expressions together. I still need to work on the body, hand and feet charts, but she’s getting…

Misty Turns the Other Cheek

After spending the past week working on how to make libraries in Synfig, I finally was able to start working on all the different body…

Synfig and Advanced Outlines

New and Improved This is a product innovation that can be described as “new and improved.” For anyone who has ever longed for easily creating…

Gitting New Things Daily

Today I downloaded files from Lungching that he created illustrating Synfig libraries. They were a great help for me and I highly encourage those of…

Synfig How To: Bones Trick for Cut-Out Character

Quadro Chave is the Bomb! Quadro Chave’s nice enough to have their Synfig discoveries online on Vimeo. While watching their videos, I picked up a…