The cloud-based pipeline integrates all aspects of cg production into one package, while reducing the need for elaborate on-site infrastructure.
The South Korean startup says its automated animation tool can slash production costs.
Good news for vr animators: the newly rebranded “Quill by Smoothstep” will still be free.
A new full-sized pinscreen — only the third in existence — has arrived in Quebec. Its creator talks us through the painstaking process of assembling it.
Daniel Hashimoto developed the ultimate A-ha template, then used it to create the ultimate parody video.
The vector-based 2d animation software will continue to release new updates under the guidance of its creator, Mike Clifton.
Tangent describes Loupe as a tool “for artists, by artists.”
Cinema 4D’s latest release puts the emphasis on animation.
Users can now automatically generate head and eyebrow movement from recorded audio.
Colin Jack tells us why he started using the app — and why he published a tutorial to help others do the same.
The courses are tailored to artists at various career stages. They start on May 23.
Looom, available on Ipad, is pitched at both non-animators who want to learn and pros who want to experiment.
Developers behind some of the industry’s most widely used softwares are making it easier to work from home.
Toon Boom is making it easier for studio artists and students to work remotely during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Wacom experience just became more affordable.
The popular iPad illustration app has added significant improvements to its animation capabilities.
Nexus demonstrated its new augmented-reality platform at a recent NFL game, where fans watched as animated holograms took over the stadium.
Are you looking to get some animation done in your hotel room? Finesse your script on the beach? Storyboard at Starbucks? L.A.-based artist Toniko Pantoja gives some tips on what tech you’ll need.
Toon Boom is touting 40 new-and-improved features in the latest edition of its industry-standard animation software.