Is there a way to make a character walk past the screen? I can’t seem to figure this out.
@episode.emma you could either exit the character or you could use the command
&follow CHARACTER to screen left/right/center in zone 1/2/3
Okay thank you, I will try that!
The problem I am having is that the background I am using is only one zone
Okay thank you so much!
@RudeInception Thank you so much for taking the time to create this for us. I really appreciate it to the uptmost. I’m at the scene where I’m trying to get the character to walk out of the door after she has engaged in a conversation with another character and wants the character to follow her out the door. I have gotten the hang of the whole spot directing phase when getting the character to walk to his or her position. The only problem is, I want my character to look as if she is actually walking out of the door. So would it be just @character spot 0.890 244 155 in zone 1
@character walks to spot 0.890 244 155 in zone 1 in T
@remove character or do I need to actually input something else in order for the character to look as if she is actually walking out the door?
Thanks for your kind words. I love the love. I will need to look at the scene just to be able to understand what you mean. Why don’t you go ahead and pm me the background your using.
You’re welcome and I just messaged you.
Hi! so i’m just starting out episode and i don’t know what to do yet. how to you make the character enter and walk to a spot at the same time?
What’s the spot command you’re using?
That command isn’t valid. There is a certain way you can use an enter command and then follow it with a spot command. But since you’re character is up a bit higher, I recommend you put them offscreen and walk them into the zone rather than enter.
You’ll find that method on part 1 of this guide.
thanks! it worked!
Can someone help me out?
Nick is entering from zone 2 to the left side in zone 3, but whenever I use this coding, I get the warning sign saying to use @CHARACTER enters from from X to screen Y
I’m not sure what I’m doing wrong.
Hey so I updated my guide. So here’s the changes you should make to the code:
Thank you! this is so useful.