So, I'm an animation junky, I love it. So to feed my habit I've made these tutorial's to try and guide new users of Hash's Animation:Master along to the point where they can start making short films.
Project start to finish
Here's a tutorial to take you from here
The animation and modeling are a little crude, but you would use the same techniques to make a more polished project (you would just take longer and more care to do it.)
page 1           page 2           page 3           page 4           page 5
or quickly jump to topics
building a head
building a skeletons
animating an action
putting together a scene
fancy all white background
Here's the Project File (right click and save, if it saves or opens as a text file just rename it's extension to .prj and open it in A:M) It includes the model, action, and choreography.
And here's this tutorial zipped up, if you want to open it all in one screen.
Cartoon eyes. quick tutorial on building and rigging them.
How to animate. with an added section of common Newbie mistakes.
Ultra Animation Boot Camp. Come get an animation work out and build your skills.
So there you go. A:M is a super powerful tool, and can do way WAY more, but I figured you have to walk before you can run. I hope these are helpful to some of you. -Alonso