New tests using TVPaint

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lam giang
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New tests using TVPaint

Post by lam giang » 06 May 2018, 17:48

Hello everyone,

Haven't been active on this forum awhile; And this morning I spent few hours to just browsing through different forums and topics to keep myself up to date. I was supper excited to see the little clip of Annie Awards 45th! And feeling inspired with all the Made with TVPaint animations.
I also want to share some of the quick tests I did in TVPaint that using exiting old artworks. Some of them are really quick and simple to just let myself get used to the FX menu in TVP. Some of them are loop animations just for fun. I hope you all have a good laugh when watch them. And welcome for feedbacks and share your techniques :)

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Steam punk, smokes, camera, rotation...etc

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Pig walks in forest, loop animation, multi-plane camera

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Hawaii Pig band, loop animations with different rhythm

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Halloween 2017, simple key animation

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Old Chicago, simple key animation

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Re: New tests using TVPaint

Post by Benjamin Cerbai » 07 May 2018, 12:15

It looks great!

Would you allow me to share some of your work on our social media?
You can give me your social media links so I can link it in my posts. :D
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Re: New tests using TVPaint

Post by neonnoodle » 07 May 2018, 13:25

These are delightful! I just wish I could see them larger. :D

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Re: New tests using TVPaint

Post by lam giang » 07 May 2018, 14:00

Thanks guys!

@Benjamin : Sure, I would love to and feel honored. And here is my giphy link, all the works there are from TVPaint tests. Let me know if thats what you are looking for, thank you! https://giphy.com/channel/lamgi

@neonnoodle : I did these awhile back, I will find time to look for the original files and share a bigger version, thanks!

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Re: New tests using TVPaint

Post by lam giang » 07 May 2018, 19:28

Only can locate one with larger file :/
map_131_animation.gif

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Cardin Collins
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Re: New tests using TVPaint

Post by Cardin Collins » 09 May 2018, 23:56

These all look great, Lam!

It would be great to know how you did the smoke in the first steampunk gif.
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Re: New tests using TVPaint

Post by lam giang » 10 May 2018, 13:31

@ Cardin Collins: I was just trying thing out in FX menu. I adjusted dif setting here and there until it looks nice but I will try to find my old TVPaint file and do some screen shots later. That sounds good?

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Re: New tests using TVPaint

Post by Cardin Collins » 10 May 2018, 13:43

Oh no need to go through that trouble, sir! The explanation is sufficient for me :).

Again, great stuff. Your color palettes and animations never fail to impress!
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Re: New tests using TVPaint

Post by lam giang » 11 May 2018, 03:21

thank for the compliment!
I found the file. I did some screen shots. Not sure how much it helps, but who knows :)
For the smoke effect at the bottom, I was trying to create a fire with smoke for other thing, but I color_adjusted it to white to turn it into smoke. I also later added god light into the composition and using fade in and out FX for that.
I guess that is it.

Here are some FX screen shots
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Re: New tests using TVPaint

Post by Cardin Collins » 11 May 2018, 12:11

This is a big help. I appreciate the sharing of your process. Thanks, Lam!
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Re: New tests using TVPaint

Post by lam giang » 11 May 2018, 13:31

Sure thing, I learn a lot from this forum!

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Re: New tests using TVPaint

Post by Thierry » 14 May 2018, 08:15

Stunning work, as usual !
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Re: New tests using TVPaint

Post by lam giang » 14 May 2018, 13:31

@ Thierry: Thank you for your nice comment!
Softwares like TVPaint, Photoshop make things a lot easier for us. :)

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