PAP:Pro 4.0 is released for free
We, the PAP developers feel it is time for us to look ahead, and explore what the next generation of PAP should look like, and how it should work. We currently have no time frames for the development work, and we're looking for partners to help us develop it. Please email us with any input you have at ideas(at)plasticanimationpaper(dot)dk.
In the meantime, we want to thank our loyal supporters and the animation community. We are therefore from today releasing our latest and greatest edition (PAP:Pro 4.0) for free. This version is for Windows only, and will not require any registration or purchase. You are free to use it on as many PCs as you want, for anything you want (home, school, professional). We offer this release with no support except for what you can find in the old website. New users make sure to check out our tutorials.
Happy animating! Enjoy.
Our sincerest thanks,
Jakob and Niels, the PAP developers
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Nym.Katharina wrote:For animation, there is a program called Pencil ( http://www.pencil-animation.org/ ) that is good for basic 2-D animation. I dunno if it would help anybody, but it is very fun to experiment with.
There is also a extremely basic program called Piknik ( http://www.picnik.com/ ) that is nice for very basic photo editing and adding text. It is very good for cleaning up pencil sketches and the such.
KBlazemaster26 wrote:You should also note that pencil is very crash happy. I only advise it for black and white animation as the paint fill tool screws it up a lot.
As far as spriters go, I think you should advise Game Maker. It's a brilliant spriting technology that can show you a grid for your sprites, naturally it lets you make games without code knowledge and it's available for mac, heck yeah!
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