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TVPaint at the CTN Expo 2014

Posted: 01 Dec 2014, 13:51
by D.T. Nethery
How was the CTN Expo ? I was planning to be there, but at the last minute an unforeseen circumstance prevented me from attending .

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Re: TVPaint at the CTN Expo 2014

Posted: 01 Dec 2014, 14:34
by Sewie
Hey, that says TVP11!
So a new version is around the corner?

Re: TVPaint at the CTN Expo 2014

Posted: 01 Dec 2014, 16:54
by neonnoodle
Sewie wrote:Hey, that says TVP11!
So a new version is around the corner?
!!! :D

Re: TVPaint at the CTN Expo 2014

Posted: 01 Dec 2014, 19:23
by ZigOtto
oh oh oh ... A christmas ELEVEN pudding !!?
:mrgreen:

Re: TVPaint at the CTN Expo 2014

Posted: 01 Dec 2014, 20:57
by Paul Fierlinger
Ho, ho, ho! When in France Santa knows to laugh in French! :mrgreen:

Re: TVPaint at the CTN Expo 2014

Posted: 03 Dec 2014, 00:04
by schwarzgrau
I would love to know more about TVPaint 11

Re: TVPaint at the CTN Expo 2014

Posted: 03 Dec 2014, 13:29
by Elodie
The CTN Expo was indeed a very good experience for us.
It's an excellent opportunity to meet many talented people : lead animators, storyboard artists, character-designers, students or graduated students...
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Anthony Eduresse : Don Perro's student animating Lilo.
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Juanjo Guarnido also came and said us hello :)
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Hey !
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We could also meet school and studio directors, music compositor, voice actor, 3D artists, teachers, roller acrobat, ...
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Thierry will share a link to a music compositor he met on the Job topic. This may interesting some of you.

And, above all, it was an excellent occasion to talk about different potential partnerships with :
• Smith Micro Software (Anime Studio developpers)
• The Foundry (Flix solutions)
• and Wacom !

By the way, I would like to thank Wacom US team, especially Hope Hadduck for her help and support (we could loan 2 Cintiqs 24" and 22" thanks to her), Joe Sliger and Douglas Little for their kindness and their good mood.
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Wacom booth before the CTN starts
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Wacom booth, during CTN !

Joe is the person who share the picture posted by David. He also recorded 2 TVPaint users, Don Perro (teacher at Capilano University) and one of his student, using TVPaint on different tablet kinds.
I assume they will share the videos soon on the Internet (if they haven't yet).
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Joe filming Don
Due to the numerous people we had during those 3 days, we will obviously have a bigger booth next year, with more tablets and TVPaint to test simultaneously. :D

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David : I'm so sad I couldn't meet you, even if I know more or less the reasons. Anyway, James said us hello for you :)
I do hope that next time, we will finally meet !

Re: TVPaint at the CTN Expo 2014

Posted: 03 Dec 2014, 14:27
by schwarzgrau
Sounds great. Especially Wacom and The Foundry could be very interesting partnerships, I guess. I never tried flix, cause it seems to be made for big production pipelines, but Mischief could profit from TVpaints toolset, and vice versa. Even if it's a extremly new piece of software.

Could you tell us a bit more about TVPaint 11s features or maybe something about an approximate realease date?

Re: TVPaint at the CTN Expo 2014

Posted: 04 Dec 2014, 09:23
by Sewie
Thanks for posting the pictures, it's nice to see that TVP is well on it's way to becoming a standard in contemporary hand drawn animated productions, deservedly so, I think.

schwarzgrau wrote:....
Could you tell us a bit more about TVPaint 11s features or maybe something about an approximate realease date?
Yes please do, if you can. If only to wet our appetites...
One nice new feature I can see from the pictures above is a new color palette, if I'm not mistaken.

Re: TVPaint at the CTN Expo 2014

Posted: 04 Dec 2014, 14:19
by neonnoodle
Sewie wrote:One nice new feature I can see from the pictures above is a new color palette, if I'm not mistaken.
I was eyeing that as well -- it looks like perhaps it might allow for the bounding of a color gamut within the color wheel. I'm excited about the prospect of a proper color wheel, if so… :P