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I have been searching relentlessly for a descent animating app to bring and give my characters life sorta. This is very good with good animating techniques and controls but I can’t drag and drop any of my pictures I would like to animate from Sketchbook. That is my only problem cause I was able to drag and drop my first picture I wanted and animate it but when I tried to drag and drop another pic from the same files, it wouldn’t work and it would just fade into nothing. I don’t know if I’m doing something wrong but any help would be great. This is a very good app and I recommend it for the other beginning animators searching for an animation app.
I downloaded this app because I wanted a good animation app that I didn’t have to pay for. I also knew that this company was good (I have sketchbook and absolutely love the program! And it was free). However, saying that this app was very disappointing would be an extreme understatement. This app has only three types of animations. And you can only animate one part. For example, if you want to animate a stick figure that’s picking up a flower, instead of being able to animate just the arm or the head, it animated the whole thing. If you animate the arm to pivot up, the whole stick figure body shifts up. Annoying right? The tool selection is mediocre, only being a pencil, paintbrush, air brush, pen and two erasers. Also the color range is minimal but sufficient. Would have been usable if the app served its purpose. For the extremely simple animation, you could make do, but for me, just a recreational artist, this app does nothing for me. Very disappointing because I know this is a good company.
I just got this app, it’s good so far, but there are some cons, like... #1: No tutorial on color wheels When I clicked on a rainbow wheel which I thought would give me the option to customize my colors, but instead it showed me the same hand picked options that the devs chose. I was very confused and tried everything to make my own colors. #2: the tools There is a very limited amount of tools, I honestly thought that the tools would be like Autodesk Sketchbook, scratch that, I thought the whole APP would be an animation version of Sketchbook. #3: this isn’t like a REAL animation app Sure, I do like some of the animation options on this, but I used better animation apps, and I thought they were terrible, yes they were PARTIALY bad, but I would rather hog a computer and hopelessly try to animate things using a mouse. And the pros are.... #1: again, some of the animation options are good This app has unique options. #2: the backgrounds you can choose They do look nice Thanks for reading this, hopefully the devs will see this and give this app the updates it needs.
Hello! As you see, my review is a five star. But I don’t really enjoy the app, but LISTEN why! I’m not a talented artist. Not at all, no. But if you really want to hear my opinion, I would say to get this app if you are a good artist. The app is wonderful, it is. But I don’t enjoy as much because I can’t really show my skills. ALSO, I have one suggestion. Is there a fill-in button? This might sound lazy, but I don’t really like rubbing my finger against the background, taking years to fill in. So maybe add that? Anyways, get it, it’s a great app!
I was hoping to create an animation with the tools like I use in the regular sketchbook, but it is far from that. There are about 5 tools and there are only 70 colors, that doesn’t seem like a lot but on sketchbook there is a whole color wheel, and on the pencil tool in sketchbook motion you can’t even turn the opacity down. This was a huge let down. Contraire to my lack of color and tool opinion, the animation tools are very helpful, but the bee line is sort of slow, is there a FPS ability?
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SketchBook Motion has 118 user reviews.
SketchBook Motion has an average rating of 3.2.
The latest version of SketchBook Motion (1.1.8) was released on Oct 12, 2017.
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Bring life to your images. Create beautiful animated scenes, communicate simple to complex concepts, or just have fun! With SketchBook Motion, add lively effects or subtle movement to your still illustrations. Watch as elements move,
multiply, and grow. Combine these easy effects to create endless possibilities, adding meaning and emotion to your work.
SketchBook Motion is fully-unlocked for SketchBook subscribers. You can save up to 3 scenes without a subscription. To try the full version FREE for 7 days, check out the trial.
TELL STORIES AND COMMUNICATE IDEAS
Create beautiful animated scenes, convey simple to complex concepts, or just have fun!
NO NEED TO UNDERSTAND TIMELINE OR KEYFRAMES
Apply simple gestures to add lively animation or subtle effects.
EASILY LEVERAGE EXISTING CONTENT
Import images from your device or draw using your finger or Apple Pencil.
QUICKLY SHARE YOUR ANIMATIONS
Export as iMessage stickers, animated GIFs, or MP4s.
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