The return of MotionArtist!

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Re: The return of MotionArtist!

Postby exile » Thu Dec 13, 2018 9:51 pm

herbert123 wrote:My idea is to aim it at animators who've never touched Godot before. There are already loads of good developer video tutorials for Godot online, so I think it would be interesting to show Godot as a tool to create animated content with simple interactivity, such animated comics or simple interactive children's books.


Herbert, that is just the ticket! I'm looking forward to this.
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Re: The return of MotionArtist!

Postby hayasidist » Fri Dec 14, 2018 8:28 am

herbert123 wrote:... I think it would be interesting to show Godot as a tool to create animated content with simple interactivity, such animated comics or simple interactive children's books.
and if Godot is capable of supporting the creation and delivery of business / educational presentations (i.e. a rival to powerpoint) you can count me in. I think there's really no difference in concept between an interactive book that you read to your kid who'll ask questions about what they see and delivering a presentation on (e.g.) the quarterly results to a bunch of sceptical suits … the content might be a bit different - but IMO the underlying technology can be the same in both cases.
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