There are various kinds of tablets for animation with different features. Follow us and see how to pick an animation tablet and the best ones on the market.
Animation is an art, and an animation tablet is your canvas. Our world is quickly digitizing, and animation and drawing have been shifting from paper and pen to tablet and stylus for years. For content creators, video and animation are some of the most engaging forms of content — motion attracts viewers and is important to include in any content strategy. Whether you’re a professional animator, digital artist, or a beginner venturing into the world of animation, investing in a dedicated drawing tablet for animation is a valuable asset that enhances your artistic and creative process, including photo editing capabilities.
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Whether you’re a professional animator, digital artist, or just starting out as a beginner, investing in a designated tablet for animation is worthwhile to ensure a smooth drawing experience. An animation tablet typically features a screen or surface to draw on, as well as an accompanying stylus. These devices are used by professional artists as well as hobbyists to create polished pieces of art or animation.
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Animation Desk was created with the goal of providing a handy tool for people of all ages to create their first animation. As this 2D frame animation app has become more popular, we have begun to receive questions about the animation industry, specifically about what animation technical skills are needed and what jobs there are to strive for in the industry.
In response to these questions, we thought it would be a great idea to get in contact with animation professionals with real industry experience to help quench our users’ thirst for knowledge.
This led to us reaching out to Sandro Cleuzo on Instagram. Even as a busy professional animator with tons of experience and prestige under his belt, Sandro graciously took the time to join us for an “Ask Me Anything” session. This interview allowed us to gain more insight into his experience as a character designer, animator, and storyboard artist.
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Pei Yu Lin is our next iAniMagic Contest winner that we interviewed. She won the Student Silver Award with her short film, Cryanimal. The fantastic colors aren’t all that make this animation stand out. Cryanimal has its unique rhythm which makes this animation even more enjoyable.
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Today, we are joined by Nick Sorrels, a self-taught artist from California with aspirations of becoming a professional. Nick uses Animation Desk, in addition to other programs, to refine his animation skills. Check out his interview to learn how these animation resources helped Nick teach himself to become an artist.
Hello Nick, thank you for taking time to join us for an interview. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
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Guan-Ting Chen (陳冠廷) received both the Best Art and Student awards in iAnimagic 2017 for his thought-provoking animated film, Wanam (大武俠行旅). His award-winning piece has a very particular artistic taste, dominated by bold lines and striking colors. It has a unique and imaginative storyline about the rise of samurais and geishas again in Japan’s future, and addresses various social issues such as gender stereotypes, homosexuality, and gender identity, encouraging the audience to think about these topics. We have had the pleasure to have Guan-Ting sharing his animation journey.
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