Clip Studio Animation Mini Tutorial HierarchyI've been promising something more indepth so here it is though there's so much more to talk about I'm going to keep this particular tutorial short and as to the point as I can for a bigger "fuller" tutorial.
Heirarchy is the most important feature in ANY digital art program. It effects everything from layer clipping to hiding and unhiding portions of art with layers above and below. Taking this into consideration, the Animation folders especially, are extremely fussy when it comes to heirarchy. Thus the importance of planning.
If you do not specify your frame in the timeline, you can NOT edit your animation. Please view this deviation to see what I am talking about.
This is going to happen or become important when you duplicate your layers or grouping folders inside your animation and you think everything is lost. I showed this exact issue in the above tutorial.
Hierarchy and Spe
[Tutorial] How to use Clip Studio Assets
About Clip Studio Assets
Clip Studio assets is a new free service from CELSYS. It allows Clip Studio users to share (and sell) materials like brushes, 3D models, 3D objects, poses, gradients, 2D images, auto actions and more.
This is a brief guide on how to use the service for English speaking users.
Clip Studio Assets will not work before version 1.6.2
I highly recommend updating to the latest version if you can. Many improvements have been made to assets / materials over the past year, and you might have issues on older versions of the software. This guide is using Clip Studio Pro 1.8.0 as of 09/06/2018
Check what version you have by going to Help > About