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studiolincon
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Learn TVPaint from Video tutorials

Post by studiolincon » 30 Jun 2015, 10:04

Are you looking to start learning TVPaint?

You can find tutorials on TVPaint at http://youtube.com/c/studiolinconza

More will be put up in the coming months :D

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Thierry
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Re: Learn TVPaint from Video tutorials

Post by Thierry » 30 Jun 2015, 11:30

Studio Lincon is not in our user base.

Moreover you are using the 10.0.16 version of TVPaint Animation, which is known as a cracked version.
If so, you lack the legitimacy of making tutorials and even less selling them.

Please clarify the situation, or you will get banned.
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studiolincon
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Re: Learn TVPaint from Video tutorials

Post by studiolincon » 30 Jun 2015, 11:37

Sorry about that. You can delete the post. Was given a copy by a friend. Will look into it.

Thanks

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Thierry
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Re: Learn TVPaint from Video tutorials

Post by Thierry » 30 Jun 2015, 11:42

If this a legit copy, you should update your software.
If you want to make tutorials, you might as well do them on an updated and legal version.
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studiolincon
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Re: Learn TVPaint from Video tutorials

Post by studiolincon » 30 Jun 2015, 11:44

I agree. Will get it all sorted :).

Thanks for your comments

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D.T. Nethery
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Re: Learn TVPaint from Video tutorials

Post by D.T. Nethery » 20 Jul 2015, 13:22

Also, may I suggest that if you're going to offer tutorials about how to animate , you should understand how to animate (better).

You've got one called "Bouncing Ball Final Render" .

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6Xx6lSfObo" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

The "rendering" on the ball is ok (although the drop shadow makes no sense because it's not contacting the ground plane) , but nice surface rendering doesn't mean anything if the animation doesn't work . The arcs and spacing on the bouncing action of the ball are incorrect, especially near the end when the ball should be losing momentum and slowing down , it is way too "jumpy" and fast at that point . As it is rolling to the right the ball pops-off on the last frame , but should have continued to roll off screen (more slowly) as it is coming to a stop . The bouncing ball is an intro-level animation exercise. Master the spacing and timing of the bouncing ball before you offer to teach it to others.

Here's what I meant about the drop shadow and where it should contact the ground plane , based on the light source indicated by the rendering on the ball --
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