New animated short: “The Deadline”

Starting from 2013, three times a week, the team of Morevna handling free animation workshops where teenagers and adults of age 12-26 learning to create animation with free software. The workshops take place on premises of Adamant Art School and completely free for everyone. Although, initially those workshops had no special name, eventually we started to  call them “Morevna School”.

Today I am happy to announce that we are ready to release an animated short created by a student of our workshops Tamara Khudyakova – “The Deadline”.

The short is created with Synfig and distributed under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license.

Right now it is dubbed in 3 languages (English, Russian and French) and available for early access for our patrons at Patreon.

Just in a few days it is going to be released for public, together with its sources. Here is the release schedule:

  • 05.08.2018 – Public premiere at our PeerTube channel
  • 10.08.2018 – Public premiere on YouTube
  • 15.08.2018 – Sources release
P.S. Much thanks to our friends from Touhoppai dub team for French version!

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4 Comments

  1. Hello, Mr. Dmitriev,

    I am impressed by the fact that you are starting the Morevna School. Question: will you have online classes at your school? I cannot physically be in Russia, since I am in the United States and cannot travel there. I would love to learn from your school through online classes. Thanks!

  2. Dear Mr. Steven! Unfortunately, we do not have online classes now. At the moment it is problematic to set them up, partially because this require a lot of resources, partially because because of language barrier, and partially because of limited Internet access in our region. In any case, I am happy to hear about your request as a supporting words for us! Thank you!

  3. OK. Thanks for the information. Another question: do you know of people that teach this in the United States in a similar setting as Morevna School? I am understandably curious. I know that there is Udemy, but that can be a little limited. I wish that there would be an open source school like Morevna in the US, anyway. Thanks.

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