Monday, October 22, 2012

Thanks!

Hey thanks for the tip on rotating

I'm gonna go try the command-alt keys now

I couldn't find that in the toonboom shortcuts menu

I still can't figure out why they put that image in front of what you are doing though

10 comments:

Erik Butter said...

You're welcome.
Lots of reactions :P

They show the animation disc in TV Paint too only not as annoying in Toon Boom. Guess they want to remind you're making an animation.

Z arts said...

Your welcome oh, and by the way, do the ren & stimpy humor and style and plus, are you gonna sold "the heartaches" to nickelodeon like ren & stimpy?

Shaquille Davis said...

Mike fontanelli is a pretentious hypocrite

Shaquille Davis said...

Hey mike fontanelli how can you like bruce timm but not like modern superhero comics for being "dark" when timms work was known for its dark serious tone. Answer me that you egotistic fatass.

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Jean Francó said...

Hi John! I've inked one of your drawings. You can see it here.

My Deviant Gallery

I 'd like to know your thoughts.

Thanks!

Adam Gunn said...

If your animating on a cintique you should be able to rotate the actual cintique. They're two little bolt-things you can un-skrew in the back - once they're gone rotating the whole cintique is easy- just like an animation disc.

Andrea K Haid said...

Shift + X will reset the rotation as well, another handy shortcut. The overlay image of the animation disc never bothered me much as you have to release the rotation tool before drawing.