Clip Studio Paint Animation: how to import a sequence of images on the timeline

Hi fashion lovers! In this video, I am going to show you how I create a simple animation importing a series of png. This is also useful if you want to use some images as a reference for your animation.

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But let´s start with this animation. First of all, we need to create a new file. On the side where is the Layer window, you can see the folder where I want to import all my images. All you have to do is to drag the images into the folder. Don´t worry: you´ll not see them immediately on the timeline.

Now, go to the timeline and rename the animation folder: I will call it Girl Animation.

Now go to the timeline and right-click on the first frame.
Select the name of the first images that you want to appear and here there is! You can see it :)
Finally, I am going to do the same for all the other images.

Delete the white background and it´s done!

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Sarah Jessica Parker, Vogue and the History of Fashion

*post in italiano dopo quello inglese

Artist = creativity.

It's what you might call a gift.

But (there is a big BUT) it is not true.

Or at least, it is not true in part.

Creativity is an attitude and it needs to be fed in order to make it grows healthy and strong.

For this reason, every day, I spend some time searching for anything inspiring. I consider that as part of my job.

A while ago, I came across into a project that excited me: why wouldn't I be by reading on the same line 'Sarah Jessica Parker', 'Vogue' and 'History of Fashion'? For the 125th anniversary of Vogue, the heroine of Sex & the City (but not only ... I personally love all of her works!) is the main voice of 5 videos that narrates five decades of history of fashion.

Personally, my favorite is the one dedicated to the 20s (which you find at the beginning of this post).

The other videos of the series (you can find them here) are on the history of costume and fashion from 1892 to 1900, the 40s, 50s, and 60s.

What is your favorite?


Artista=creatività.

In molti ritengono che sia una dote innata.

Ma (c'è un grosso MA) non è vero.

O almeno in parte.

La creatività è una predisposizione e va alimentata, curata, coccolata per fa sì che cresca sana e forte.

Per questa ragione, ogni giorno, dedico del tempo alla ricerca di fonti d'ispirazione. Lo considero parte del mio lavoro.

Qualche tempo fa mi sono imbattuta in un progetto che mi ha entusiasmata: e come non emozionarsi leggendo nella stessa frase 'Sarah Jessica Parker', 'Vogue' e 'Storia della moda'? Proprio così: per il 125° anniversario di Vogue l'eroina di Sex & the City (ma non solo... personalmente adoro tutti i suoi lavori!) è la voce narrante di 5 video che raccontano differenti decadi della storia della moda.

Personalmente il mio preferito è quello dedicato agli anni '20 (che trovate all'inizio di questo post).

Gli altri video della serie (che trovate qui) sono sulla storia del costume e della moda dal 1892 al 1900, gli anni 40, 50 e 60.

Qual è il vostro preferito?


Breast Cancer in 10 points

New video about Breast Cancer for Europa Donna

After showing my latest personal project (Charlie) and made the point on my stylistic evolution, today I want to share with you a project that I care about and on which I have worked in the past few days.

It's an animation about a very important topic: the breast cancer.Read more