Sunday, January 10, 2010

New AM Term

I've started teaching another animation course at this week, and CalArts starts back up soon! TwentyTizzle's going to be busy!
I did the above animation with DigiCel's FlipBook. So far I've just got the light version of it, but it's pretty fun to work with. I do wish there were some better paint tools - like PS or Sketchbook Pro's.
Has anyone else used this? Is there a better one out there? Probably Flash huh?


Blogger Maciek Gliwa said...

Hi Morgan,
you can try TVPaint. It is a little bit more complex than flipbook, but has an amazing variety of brushes.


1/12/2010 1:24 AM  
Blogger Jillian said...

i love this guy. what he said abt the brushes.

1/12/2010 4:31 PM  
Blogger MondayMorgue said...

Thanks you guys, I'm going to check that program out.

1/18/2010 12:36 PM  
Anonymous Kit Man said...

Yeah TV Paint is pretty good and is beginning to be used more often, including in the far east - many Chinese studios are beginning to use it.

There is always ToonBoom Animate

1/19/2010 4:50 AM  
Blogger Linda Dorn said...

Hi Morgan-

Great to see your doing so well! I'm teaching animation at the university of hawaii these days, just thought I'd look you up see whats new with you.
BTW Toon Boom Pencil Check Pro is the best for 2D animation, hands down.

-Linda Dorn (calarts teacher 2003)

2/10/2010 2:48 PM  
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2/11/2010 6:19 PM  
Blogger Olivier Ladeuix said...

hehe well I have to also say TV Paint ;-)

If you do a search for Subject and messages on the AM forum you will see some good posts and I even recorded few video tutorials

3/19/2010 2:32 AM  
Blogger alex said...

Hi Morgan,

I'm using DigiCell too, my skills are still rudimentary. Didn't know anything about TV paint but I'll check it out.

Alex Vaida

4/08/2010 3:54 AM  

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