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  1. #31
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    Stop bumping topics.


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    Re: Using onionskin with backgrounds. Tsuchinoko.

    all the pics are FAIL
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    Re: Using onionskin with backgrounds. Tsuchinoko.

    Perhaps because the tutorial is 3 years old? Next time Don't post anything at all idiot.

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    Re: Using onionskin with backgrounds. Tsuchinoko.

    Quote Originally Posted by F_A_I_L
    all the pics are FAIL
    What's your username again? Bail? Hail? Oh that's right.
    Fail.
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    Re: Using onionskin with backgrounds. Tsuchinoko.

    thats a pretty good idea but its hard to tell when all the images have been removed.

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    Re: Using onionskin with backgrounds. Tsuchinoko.

    well not that i do many no onion skin anims but this will most definatley help me although it is a bit more time comesuming

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    Re: Using onionskin with backgrounds. Tsuchinoko.

    I used to do this, Until I accidentally figured out what the "Reminder" stk that appeared in all the Veteran and Elite pivot files I had was for. That "Reminder" stk, is, in fact, an easier Method to create an Artificial Onionskin.

    Create a stk in the Create Figure Type box, make it one Thickness 0, static segment. When you load it into the animation it will just be the Origin. Load it behind the handles on the stickman or object. When you move the stickman the Dots will make an artificial Onionskin for you. I suggest only to use this for Foot placement, it can become irritating having to move every dot.

    The reason this is better is because Depending on how detailed your background is, It make take about 2 or 3 minutes to shrink all the figures, and another 5 minutes to restore the sizes because it will be hard to remember everything. It will take ages using the shrinking Method, and almost no time at all with the Origin Method.

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    Re: Using onionskin with backgrounds. Tsuchinoko.

    Yah I do what oblivionfall said too, its a lot easier and I made a post about it here but I cant find it anymore.

    Pingu


 
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