Various stuff made with TVPaint

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Re: Various stuff made with TVPaint

Post by Soom » 25 Jan 2018, 19:20

Why I cannot see almost any vimeo video directly from this forum? I'm on Mac, Firefox
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Re: Various stuff made with TVPaint

Post by slowtiger » 25 Jan 2018, 19:23

Because Vimeo changed its embedding code, I think it now needs HTML5, not Flash.
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Re: Various stuff made with TVPaint

Post by Soom » 25 Jan 2018, 20:52

slowtiger wrote:
25 Jan 2018, 19:23
Because Vimeo changed its embedding code, I think it now needs HTML5, not Flash.
which means what on my side?
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Re: Various stuff made with TVPaint

Post by D.T. Nethery » 29 Jan 2018, 02:22

Soom wrote:
25 Jan 2018, 19:20
Why I cannot see almost any vimeo video directly from this forum? I'm on Mac, Firefox
It is the same for me with Vimeo. I can't watch the embedded video here on the forum, I have to click through to Vimeo to watch it.
I am also on Mac, using Firefox (it is the same with Safari and Chrome .)
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Re: Various stuff made with TVPaint

Post by Soom » 29 Jan 2018, 13:03

D.T. Nethery wrote:
29 Jan 2018, 02:22
It is the same for me with Vimeo. I can't watch the embedded video here on the forum, I have to click through to Vimeo to watch it.
I am also on Mac, using Firefox (it is the same with Safari and Chrome .)
So I'm not alone. Can it be fixed in the forums?
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Re: Various stuff made with TVPaint

Post by Elodie » 29 Jan 2018, 14:04

It works pretty fine for me (Mac High Sierra + Firefox 56.0.2 64bit)
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Re: Various stuff made with TVPaint

Post by Paul Fierlinger » 29 Jan 2018, 14:12

I'm on a PC and can't watch anything anymore either. I've tried both with Chrome and FireFox and I'm just as much at a loss as Soom and don't know what do about it.
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Re: Various stuff made with TVPaint

Post by slowtiger » 29 Jan 2018, 15:13

I think it might come from vimeo's change of their TOS. As I found out just recently, if I want to make my videos downloadable, I have to pay for my account. Maybe they set all free accounts to "not downloadable".
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Re: Various stuff made with TVPaint

Post by D.T. Nethery » 09 Feb 2018, 14:39

A TVPaint sighting :

Video on the making-of "Captain Underpants" (Dreamworks Animation) shows directing animator Rune Bennicke animating tests
of the characters with TVPaint (the final animation was CG model animation , but the early tests were hand drawn) .

https://youtu.be/Bq4OHDx1pZM?t=87
Rune TVPaint_1.jpg
Rune TVPaint_2.jpg
Rune TVPaint_2.jpg (77.56 KiB) Viewed 3203 times
Rune TVPaint_3.jpg
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(Question about another recent film: does anyone know if the hand drawn sequences in the new 'Paddington 2' movie were made with TVPaint ? Passion Pictures was the production studio for the hand drawn sequences.)
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Re: Various stuff made with TVPaint

Post by Elodie » 09 Feb 2018, 18:27

Woohoo ! That's something :D
(Question about another recent film: does anyone know if the hand drawn sequences in the new 'Paddington 2' movie were made with TVPaint ? Passion Pictures was the production studio for the hand drawn sequences.)
I've heard that it was the case, but I don't if it's true. :)
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Re: Various stuff made with TVPaint

Post by D.T. Nethery » 23 Feb 2018, 03:34

MAC OS 10.11.6 , Macbook Pro Retina 15-inch, Mid 2015,
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Re: Various stuff made with TVPaint

Post by Soom » 23 Feb 2018, 10:23

Looks absolutely TVPaint'ish to me! not my favorite design style, but the film is very good, both story and how the animation works in it!
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Re: Various stuff made with TVPaint

Post by D.T. Nethery » 17 Mar 2018, 16:12

https://www.facebook.com/effectefreak/v ... 688333237/
Testing TVPaint. First question i've been asked if this is rotoscoped. It's not, just i'm a professional painter who got to world of animation not so long ago though I always wanted to. For me personally, the idea to paint entire sequences "in time" seems a totally new dimension.
https://vimeo.com/251861786


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Re: Various stuff made with TVPaint

Post by D.T. Nethery » 18 May 2018, 22:21

https://strekalovatanya.tumblr.com/post ... a-dorogovs

4th assignment at Sasha Dorogov’s animation school
Done in TVPaint.

Main task: we had to choose a famous character from any cartoon and make a complete scene where the character should walk, run and snake. It would be plus if the scene will be looks like a scene from corresponding movie.

https://vimeo.com/269818495


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Re: Various stuff made with TVPaint

Post by neonnoodle » 18 May 2018, 23:10

D.T. Nethery wrote:
17 Mar 2018, 16:12
https://www.facebook.com/effectefreak/v ... 688333237/
Testing TVPaint. First question i've been asked if this is rotoscoped. It's not, just i'm a professional painter who got to world of animation not so long ago though I always wanted to. For me personally, the idea to paint entire sequences "in time" seems a totally new dimension.
https://vimeo.com/251861786


What a remarkable effect. Reminds me of Bill Plympton a bit.

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