It’s time to give a quick summary about our progress since the last production report! First and big: Nikolai Mamashev have finished mesh modeling for Koschei – the main villain of Morevna series. Here is our cutie: Some screenshots from our work process (cryptic Cyrillic
Just got together all names for “Sponsored by” section in final credits of Morevna Episode 4. It includes mentions of all awesome people who supported our crowdfunding campaign by claiming “Name in the credits reward”. Also, I couldn’t resist to mention our top patron Jared Sloane,
I am happy to announce that we have published a “pay-what-you-want” version of our new “Cut-out animation in Blender” video course. That means you can pay any price you wish and get the full course for download!
In recent travel report I forgot to mention that in the last days of our trip we also visited two other animation studios. On both studios I was able to study the details of their production process, including the ways how they manage animation projects
I am happy to announce that we have released a new video training course! In this course you will learn how to use Blender open-source software to create animation in cut-out technique. Many people know that Blender is a powerful tool for creating 3D animation,
This post was a long due in my queue, but I haven’t had an opportunity to concentrate on writing it. Now it can’t postpone it any more. TL;DR: Russian government is going to provide ~$2 000 000 to support development of animation software in Russia
As of the moment while I am writing this, there are only 8 hours remaining till the end of our crowdfunding campaign. Well, it is getting clear that it is not reaching its goal. From one side this is sad, as we will be unable
Big news: I have made an agreement with a new developer to join our team for developing Synfig open-source animation software. Artem Konoplin will join us in March as a second hired developer to work on most critical and highly-demanded bugs of Synfig. I will