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Various stuff made with TVPaint

Posted: 25 Jul 2011, 08:17
by slowtiger
It seems that finally TVP has gained momentum enough that more films are made with it, without always pointing out "that exotic software" anymore. May we start a list with projects made with TVP?

JUMP by Julien Regnard [vimeo]http://vimeo.com/24651668[/vimeo] 24651668

One Past Two by Aimee de Jongh [vimeo]http://vimeo.com/aimeedejongh/onepasttwo[/vimeo] 26812429

EDIT: hm, those vimeo tags don't seem to work.

Re: Films made with TVP

Posted: 25 Jul 2011, 09:22
by Sewie





Re: Films made with TVP

Posted: 25 Jul 2011, 09:36
by slowtiger
THX - did you use the "vimeo"-buttons of the forum or just pasted Vimeo's embed-code?

Re: Films made with TVP

Posted: 25 Jul 2011, 11:03
by Sewie
Only the codes, like this: {vimeo}123456{/vimeo}

Re: Films made with TVP

Posted: 25 Jul 2011, 14:31
by D.T. Nethery
slowtiger wrote:It seems that finally TVP has gained momentum enough that more films are made with it, without always pointing out "that exotic software" anymore. May we start a list with projects made with TVP?
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Actually I am glad that Cartoon Brew (and other blogs) will mention that a film was made using TVP. They do the same if a film is made using Flash or some other software : "So-and-so film made by Mr. Student X using Flash". So it is nice to see the same for TVP , just to get the word out .

I started a blog a while ago to collect projects made using TVP:

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The projects I've posted there are merely a representative sample of various films made using TVP, but by no means a complete list. I think your idea to have a thread here on the TVP Community Forum with a comprehensive listing of projects made using TVP is a good idea.

Re: Films made with TVP

Posted: 27 Jul 2011, 12:17
by slowtiger

via cartoonbrew.com, David just revealed he used TVP. http://davidwolter.blogspot.com/

Re: Films made with TVP

Posted: 27 Jul 2011, 13:53
by Paul Fierlinger
Not too shabby; a good story and pretty well told too. A couple of scenes were too quick and confusing but OK, the animator got away with it in a confusing moment of the story. For my taste the film would have profited from less run-of-the-mill characters to match the story better. I liked the TVP signature sketchy lines ( :) ) but would have preferred to have seen a more personal drawing style.

Re: Films made with TVP

Posted: 27 Jul 2011, 14:17
by Fabrice
Thanks Slowtiger for those interesting videos.

We didn't see them yet, and it's a good surprise ! :)

I guess the school of "La Cambre" will have some other films made with TVPaint this school year 2010-2011, but I won't see them before september when visiting them.

(for rememberance, "La nuit de l'ours" was also made in La Cambre last year)



Pablo Navarro - Venus and the Sun rough animation in TVPaint

Posted: 04 Oct 2011, 12:22
by D.T. Nethery
Rough animation by Pablo Navarro from the short film "Venus and the Sun".
Short sequence of an animated boar-creature combined with live action.

Animation drawn with Wacom Cintiq 21ux tablet in TVPaint .

Go to Pablo Navarro's blog http://pablonavarro.wordpress.com to see his WIP rough tests with tie-downs.

.mp4 file of this animation - click HERE .




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Re: Films made with TVP

Posted: 04 Oct 2011, 12:50
by Elodie
Wow O_o what a crazy work ! O_o

Thanks for sharing it !

Re: Films made with TVP

Posted: 04 Oct 2011, 12:56
by Eric Scholl
Really amazing work ! How long is the film ?

Re: Films made with TVP

Posted: 04 Oct 2011, 13:13
by Paul Fierlinger
The animal seems to be completely detached from the live action background in many ways; weight, perspective, action (speed)... these aspects are very challenging to get right but if not perfect, the animation will always be wanting. There are only two ways to make animation work with live action and those are, spot on, or completely off. I see this as completely off because just a little off doesn't exist -- just a wee bit off is still completely off.

Re: Films made with TVP

Posted: 03 Jan 2012, 08:05
by D.T. Nethery
Here is a new film being made in TVPaint:

http://storyofanimation.blogspot.com/
"The Story of Animation’ is an informative film about using animation in business and corporate purposes, and in a simple way explains how cliens can use animation as a visual storyteller for their company.

The Story of Animation’ is an animated 3 min. short film directed by David Tart and produced at Tumblehead Animation Studio in Viborg, Denmark.
The story of Animation deals with the problems and questions that a possible client might have.

The film is therefore not about the history of animation, but shows the production process and the visual potential which animation films as a media contains. The film is targeted towards companies that might have an outdated view on animation as a communication form – a form that speaks to children only."

Re: Films made with TVP

Posted: 04 Jan 2012, 10:05
by Elodie
Thanks for the link =)

Re: Films made with TVP

Posted: 12 Jan 2012, 18:20
by slowtiger