Okay, everyone, we have worked hard for the past months and I guess you all waiting for my next production report. But today I have something really tasty for you – two exciting announcements! 1. We’ve got Nikolai Mamashev back to the project! Yeah, Nikolai
In parallel with production of Morevna episode 4, we also working on storyboard of episode 2. For storyboarding process we are testing a cool open-source software called Storyboarder. While this software is far from being perfectly stable, it has many awesome features, which made my
We are happy to announce a new release of OpenToonz Morevna Edition! This version is an update to 1.2.0.x branch, which delivers following fixes from our developer Ivan Mahonin: Smooth sound playback and scrub for Linux operating system (issue #1097). Fixed crash when trying to
Sources of “The Deadline” animated short now available at GitLab – https://gitlab.com/OpenSourceAnimation/deadline How to download You can get sources by cloning from GitLab repository. Before you start, please make sure that you have Git LFS extension installed (otherwise you will get a bunch of empty
Check it out: Also, now we have a nice landing page with more detailed information about the short – https://morevnaproject.org/school/deadline/. The sources for this work will be published on August 15th. Stay tuned!
A week ago we announced a new animated short by Tamara Khudyakova – a student of Morevna School workshops. And today it is publicly available at our PeerTube channel! Watch now: English version Russian version French version The short is created with Synfig and distributed
You possibly remember that this spring I took initiative to give a public talk about OpenToonz and other free animation software at SuzdalFest. If you’ve never heard about that, please check my previous posts here and here. Thanks to support of OpenToonz community, my talk
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,