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Matt Watts talks about an important and often overlooked part of the 2D animation process: character rigging.
Gonzalo Azpiri of Hookup Animation explains how he used the new release of Toon Boom Harmony 20 to create a mixed-media animation sequence.
Shu, a Toon Boom Ambassador, explains how she used Harmony 20 to create a hand-painted aesthetic.
Matthew A. Cherry talks about the journey of making his Oscar-nominated short “Hair Love,” produced in a Toon Boom Harmony pipeline.
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