Comments for Vela Noble https://velanoble.com Mon, 23 Mar 2020 03:04:17 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.3.2 Comment on paintings for the living by Vela https://velanoble.com/2020/03/paintings-for-the-living/#comment-103 Mon, 23 Mar 2020 02:31:58 +0000 https://velanoble.com/?p=6354#comment-103 ass

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Comment on Global Game Jam 2020 // Repair by Vela https://velanoble.com/2020/02/global-game-jam-2020/#comment-102 Sun, 22 Mar 2020 06:48:04 +0000 https://velanoble.com/?p=5958#comment-102 Test test i coded this with CSS myself!

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Comment on So I splurged on TVpaint 11 pro… by Vela https://velanoble.com/2019/12/so-i-splurged-on-tvpaint-11-pro/#comment-101 Wed, 11 Dec 2019 00:54:08 +0000 https://velanoble.com/?p=5412#comment-101 Hi thanks, I guess I used Krita because it was friendly for simple pencil tests and I prefer bitmap programs. However as I started to do more and more animations I noticed ways Krita is limited. Its limited in for editing and cleaning drawings, (deleting under-drawing type of process) coloring etc. Coloring frames is so painfully horrible in Krita, that alone made TVP enticing again. Also it has a very slow playback the more frames and heavy your file gets, but it is mainly a painting software.

Of course it’s only worth buying if you assign that much value to hand-drawn. It was inevitable I was going to convert back to it. My old dongle was probably stolen by a classy Calarts student anyways lol. My feelings on animation changed a lot compared to start of this year, so that post is very outdated. Anyways Krita is fine for casual stuff, but just isn’t made as an animation software. I’m going to type more in-depth about Tvpaint in future posts. 🙂

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