To start creating your Toonit, you’ll need to understand the basic controls and what you’re seeing on screen. We recommend using a laptop or desktop mouse while using Toonit.
Note: The following may be different based on the device you are using and its configurations.
Display: Toonit Lens
The image below is an example of a scene you would see in Toonit. The different 3D asset components on the left-hand side and tabs on the right will help you create your webtoon.
Toonit Lens: Asset Controls
When selecting an asset in the Toonit Lens, you will notice six icons at the bottom of your screen. With the icons, you can:
To place the asset in the location you click
To move the character horizontally or vertically
To turn character in a clockwise or counter clockwise direction
To expand or decrease the scale of asset
To add rigging to character
To delete asset
Display: Mouse Control
Mouse - Scroll Up: This will zoom out of the screen.
Mouse - Scroll Down: This will zoom into the screen.
Left Click and Look: By left clicking and moving your cursor, you can tilt and rotate the angle of your field of view.
Right Click and Look: By right clicking and moving your cursor, this will anchor your field of view and change the screen plane.
Display: Keyboard Control
W - Move forward
S - Move backwards
A - Move left
D - Move right
Gizmo: Our gizmo tool allows you to select a 3D asset and move or rotate it. Below is a clip of how the gizmo works.