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    Lightbulb 2D techniques

    Does anyone have any links to tuts for using Lighwave for 2D animation??? I'm new to Lightwave and we're going for a 2D look with 3D functionality. Alot of the anime stuff I've seen is really the style we're going for. Any help would be very VERY appreciated.

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    Cell Shading

    Check this out.

    Jenifer is quite the artist and, educator. She frequents this forum as well.

    http://www.celshader.com/learning.html

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    THANKS!!!! ...for the quick response! I'll check it out right now. We haven't even recieved the software yet (were waiting for backordered dongles) but it's coming tomorrow. I need to get up to speed with the software quickly.
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    Another application that is 2D with the functionality of 3D is Moho which can be found at www.lostmarble.com

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    Here is a technique, that if used correctly, can give you good results:

    http://vbulletin.newtek.com/showthre...ghlight=Sketch

    Skim through the thread and you'll find a mini-tutorial on how to do it. Near the end of the thread there are a few good posts that really show off what you can do with it. If you go this route please feel free to post back here with any problems you have- and we'll try and find away around them.

    On a small side note:
    NewTek said they wanted to use my tutorial...but it's been months since I gave it to them...maybe they thought the technique was too...I don't know what...

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