Tracing artwork or drawing can be a valuable technique for artists and enthusiasts alike. Whether you want to learn from a master's strokes or create your own interpretation, OKIOCAM Stop Motion offers a user-friendly solution. In this article, we will walk you through the process of using OKIOCAM Stop Motion to trace artwork or drawings, enabling you to unleash your creativity with precision and accuracy.
Step 1: Download OKIOCAM Stop Motion
To begin, download the OKIOCAM Stop Motion software using the provided link.
Step 2: Launch the Application and Enable Onion Skinning
Onion skinning should be located on the top left of the application, make sure it's turned on.
Step 3: Capture the Artwork or Object
With the application open and onion skinning enabled, position the artwork or object you wish to trace within the camera's view. Ensure proper lighting conditions and frame the subject as desired. When ready, press the capture button to take a picture.
Step 4: Utilize the Outlined Image
Upon capturing the image, OKIOCAM Stop Motion will generate an outlined version of the artwork or drawing onto your monitor. This outlined image serves as a reference, making it easier to trace the drawings.
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