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    Short Animation

    I was playing around in Artrage tonight with my kids and we made this short little animation. I used AR for the design and Adobe Premiere Elements for the animation. All in all it took about an hour... A fun little project!

    Click the link below to watch it on Youtube...

    Four Seasons

    Thanks for checking it out!
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    very cool... looks like you had fun on that project and I bet the boys enjoyed that a lot.

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    An enjoyable and promising experiment indeed and, who knows, videopaintings, a possible development path for AR software too!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Thats delightful Eddie
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    Albert, Sandra, Caesar, and Katie... Thank you for the kind comments!

    Perhaps someday I will spend a little more time on the art and make another. It's a fun project but I can imagine it could get a bit tedious.
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    Ha... very cool.

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    Very nice indeed, Sketch

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    how'd you do this? what programs allow artrage files? because most of mine don't accept them, thanks for the help in advance

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    Oriane, Pat, and MrSquid, Thank you for the comments!

    MrSquid: I used Adobe Premiere Elements to create the animation. I simply exported my images from Artrage as Jpeg's and inserted them as a "photo image" onto the timeline of Premiere. I then manipulated the transitions and speed to animate them. Hope that answers your question. Thanks!
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