TET's Animation and Video Blog

Blog URL:http://animationandvideo.blogspot.com/
Blog Tags:animation, cartoons, video, comics, characters, software, hints, entertainment, art
Country:Australia
State/Province:South Australia
Location:Gawler

A behind the scenes look at what goes into making each of SA Artist,TET, animated and video short films. Includes hints, tips and software reviews.



Latest Blog Posts



It's hard to believe I'm still going with my quest to learn Moho. It's definitely been an up hill battle but I'm determined to get to the final run of video tutorials that will teach me what is actually new in the latest release of the application.Un...

Reallusion's CrazyTalk Animator 3 or Smith Micro's Moho Studio Pro 12. Which of these 2D animation applications is right for you?Regular readers of this blog will know I'm a strong supporter, and fairly proficient user of CrazyTalk Animator since ver...

A brief look at 6 more of Moho's Pro Video tutorials in my continuing series following my progress of learning SmithMicro's animation studio.Of most interest here is the ability to create and import 3D objects. To me that's a little beyond the scope...

Toon Boom Harmony is widely considered the industry standard for primarily 2D animation. You don't get to be that if your software isn't exceptional.However, industry standard and exceptional usually translates to steep learning curve and probably co...

After a little bit of a break it's time to continue working my way through Moho's Pro Video Tutorials (which were actually created for Anime Studio Pro 11). After watching the next batch of video tutorials I've done a bit reorganization&nbs...

Cool Froyd was originally created and rigged in the first version of CrazyTalk Animator. Now that CrazyTalk Animator 3 has added its all new G3 line of characters it's time to update Cool Froyd to take advantage of this more flexible (literally), sin...

GRRR Dog by TET. Can I animate this guy in CrazyTalk Animator 3?CrazyTalk Animator 3's bold claim is 'The One-for-all 2D Animation'. Does it deliver? Could it be your 'go to' 2D animation tool of choice? Before I explore those questions I feel a...