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Newsletter - July 2015

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TVPaint in Annecy and Melbourne

As usual, TVPaint Développement attended the MIFA this year. We'd like to thank everyone who came on our booth :)

Annecy 2015

It was a pleasure to show the 11th version of TVPaint Animation ! And what a success it was !

Special thanks to our friend Don Perro, who came from Capilano University in Vancouver, to meet our users (or future users).

Don Perro

The Cristal for a Graduation Film rewarded Marcus Armitage (student at Royal College of Art) for his film My Dad.

In this interview, Marcus speaks about the movie and his work. He also mentions how he used TVPaint Animation for his project.

You can also watch the trailer.

My Dad, by Marcus ARMITAGE

Congratulations Marcus !

In the meantime, at the other side of the world, Léo Fernandez was in Australia, for the Melbourne International Animation Festival.

He gave two noteworthy conferences about TVPaint Animation 11.

Melbourne International Animation Festival

TVPaint at Anima Mundi

Anima Mundi 2015

For the very first time, TVPaint will attend Anima Mundi in Rio de Janeiro ! The festival will begin on July 10th and end on July 15th.

Léo Fernandez and Patrick Adam will be there. You're warmly welcome to visit them on our booth !

They will give a conference Saturday, July 11th from 1pm to 2pm (local time).

Teaching TVPaint Animation at School of Visual Arts

The famous New Yorker school is looking for a new teacher for the TVPaint Animation classes.

If you live near New York (or would like to !), and if you are interested, please contact Mark Mining.

Ticking Away by Michael Sewnarain

Ticking Away

Ticking Away is a short-animated film made with TVPaint Animation. Michael Sewnarain, the director, set up a blog and a Facebook page where he is sharing rough animation, making of's and news about the project.

This behind the scenes look allows to show some production work, demonstrating how such a project is made.

He also set up a crowdfunding page on CineCrowd. He needs your help to finish his movie, there are two weeks left to support him.

Good luck to him and his team for the end of this adventure.