Hello. As i said in my last question, i think that Flash is a good animating software but it limits my "drawing potencial"... I mean, in Photoshop (par exemple), i draw much better. So i was wondering if there was a software that could let me do Photoshop style drawings and animate them. The most near exemple of a software like that is the one from an animator that draws the things he wants to animate in Photoshop and animates them in After Effects (where i guess it's more easy to handle images than in Flash). So... Thanks for reading/answering and bye.
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Following John T's suggestion, I would look into the Photoshop Forum, as Photoshop CS 6 can do a lot of animation/video work, and if one needs 3D, then Photoshop-Extended would be a likely candidate.
Look into Adobe After Effects, as it has very powerful animation functionality, but is not a drawing, or paint program. It is designed to composite and animate existing material.
Also, Adobe Illustrator would be a "drawing" program to look into. Unlike most of the work in Photoshop (it does have some Vector capabilities), it is Vector-based, and is great for drawing.
Adobe offers several suites, that combine those programs, and the suite is usually a cost saver.
Each of those mentioned programs has a very active forum, and they can be accessed from John T's link.
[Edit] PS - take a look at the Premiere Elements and Photoshop Elements bundle. Premiere Elements is a Video-editing program, and can do a lot of animation to Video, and Photoshop Elements is a great, inexpensive Image (pixels) editing program. The bundle is usually like buying one of those programs, and getting the other one, virtually free.
Message was edited by: Bill Hunt
Thanks so much !
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