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    ArtRage at the movies?

    Did anyone see that a movie consisting of oil paintings was nominated for an animated short Oscar? The title is Moya Lyubov by director Aleksandr Petrov. Here's the IMDB link :http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0874952/
    Amazing! They painted each frame oil on glass. Some day ArtRage eh?

    Maybe we can get ArtRage to export layers to a .mov format. MovieRage anybody? okay, maybe not.

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    I had a link to that one here, but they have now pulled all the copies of that animation off the net. Now that it won an award
    they want to make some money. Understandable.
    It was very cool. I think Artrage would produce some cool animations too.

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    24 frames per second for film

    30 frames per second for video

    cut that in half ( you can get away with 2 frames of the same image )

    still that's a lot of painting ....toon boom is like that ( they use vector lines )

    anime studio is also vector but you can just move points around on a time line

    mirage software was a animation program that you painted ( or draw all the frames ) it's no longer for sale ...i think they are in court over copywrites.

    flipbook is one that is working like that ( the style is more like lines and colours filled in the blank white spots )

    art rage would just need a time line and a way to render out the results

    dog waffle software has that feature ....paint and a timeline

    free
    http://www.thebest3d.com/dogwaffle/free/

    Steve

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    Letīs keep ArtRage as ArtRage and not bog it down with stuff most wonīt use. The joy of this program is that is not bloated and works pretty fast. There are other video/animation programs that one could use coupled with the AR output. Just my opinion.

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    You might also want to try out Pencil.

    http://www.les-stooges.org/pascal/pencil/index.php
    Charlie

    ArtRage for Art | EnergyXT2 for Music | Blender for 3D

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    nice find C.

    you can add sound and camera movement (on diffent layers )

    good for rough out storyboarding

    Steve

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    Good to see that I'm not all loony and someone else thinks ArtRage would be a great 'vehicle' for animation. It's just the friendliness and uncluttered page of the interface that is so nice to work with.

    I also agree that there are bigger items on the 'wish list' than making movies but it seems from a programming perspective the pieces of 'layer export' are already in place and just needs a file format and a button to trigger the procedure. As AndyRage always says "How hard can it be?" (j/k)

    Thanks to all for the links. Pencil does indeed look promising and it seems to import PNG (from ArtRage!) Woot!
    Paul

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    Great blog site Sweedie. very cool. I really loved the fly and girl animation.
    That was wonderful.

    I think yall might enjoy looking at this one too.

    http://www.gvozdariki.ru/0001/anim/dream.html


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    ha ha... me too!

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    Thanks GZ. Good anim find.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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