I think that if you had that success, you should consider to offer the precompiled .deb package to the creators of Pencil, to make it available via their website.
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Since questions asking for tool or technology recommendations are off-topic here, I've removed that part of your query.
If you want to not use tools or software, then you have to make and animate them using a custom system you write. Well, the way to go about that is to take a hard look at your linear algebra and go to work.
If you think of all these bones as a relative vector, you can arrange them in a hierarchy, one being dependent on its parent bone. At the point of every vector, you add an image that is relative to it's position, rotation and scales with the scale of each bone.
The part of merely rotating, moving and scaling them as you please of course is much harder to get looking good then doing in-editor but hey, here we are. Not the answer you're looking for?Browse other questions tagged cocos2d-x skeletal-animation or ask your own question. South Australian Artist, Writer, Video Producer and Animator, David Arandle working under the pseudonym 'The Extraordinary Tourist' or 'TET' for short Blogs about his personal animation projects as well as Tips, Software Reviews, Featured Animators Animation Business and a whole lot more. Pencil is a 2D bitmap and vector based, free animation tool for MACs, Windows and Linux that I'd like to say is the perfect introduction to 2D, computer assisted animation but can't.It is a great tool. Synfig Studio is intended to be professional 2D animation software and is available to download for free. Can't draw or animate to save your life but want to create cartoons or explainer videos?
XSheet layers allow you to only scan the background image once and overlay animations on top. Despeckle feature allows you to get rid of paper blemishes, lint, or erase other trouble spots.
Painting process includes palettes so you can adjust one color in 100s of frames instantly.
Cursor preview mode shows what pixels will be affected before you click to save you undo time. Persist option lets selections remain active for next scanned layers to save even more time. Drag & Fill allows for 100s of small areas to be filled with a paint color with just one quick click.
Stop Leak feature helps fine tune sketches to make painting process easier without rescanning.
For objects that won’t be animated much, Paint-By-Numbers auto colors it in the future for you. Multi-level painting options and ability to use paint tools from other programs like Photoshop. The most recent version of FlipBook added extra gradient color options, painting with textures or patterns, improved lip sync and eye blink features, better camera manipulation controls, and more tablet drawing settings. If you want to download the trial version, you should have at least 256 MB of RAM, 1024x768 resolution, and a Pentium computer, although a 2 GHz CPU with 2 GB RAM and a 1280x1024 resolution is recommended.

Don’t take my word for FlipBook’s effectiveness and success; look through this long list of testimonials from industry veterans who praise the product. Aside from two free video tutorials on their Web site, DigiCel also has a free technical support phone line that operates from 9 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday. It's great for learning or just trying stuff out, but it certainly isn't what I would consider production quality software. But if you must waste your time then try it.FOSS is not about being just a 2nd rate software.
I've got Feisty, installed the libs, but compiling won't work, either with Mac-source oder Windows-source. Reply Nicknamz on June 4, 2007 6:43 pm Is a cool begining i think, i like the program is simple, maybe time bring more new features and bugs fixed. Reply j0llyr0ger on June 5, 2007 2:53 pm Since you are mentioning commercial softares also- have a look at Anime Studio. What I want is to make some skeletal animations, without using a tool or extra software to do so? It's a lot harder than doing it with additional software however and I highly recommend an application like Spriter or the like for any skeletal animation.
It’s downloaded as a trial version with the option for users to purchase a code to unlock the full version with all the features. As for sound feature updates, you can now have two soundtracks in FlipBook Studio and up to three soundtracks in FlipBook Pro. If you enjoy BlenderNation and you think it’s a valuable resource to the Blender community, please take a moment to read how you can support BlenderNation.
Two major complaints I have (other than not running in linux) are a problem with the vector tool (it always moves my curves into the corner of the paper after I draw them, maybe I'm just not using it properly) an heavy memory usage (or maybe a leak)I've tried PAP as well, but I find it a lot more complicated to use.
Had that also been the case of Blender, then I wouldn't have ordered the Official Blender Guide Book.
Reply Bmud on June 4, 2007 8:09 pm I've been hunting for something like this for a long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long time. The drawing tools are a little strange and not perfect, but easy to get used to.If you are looking for inexpensive 2d animation app that can produce pro looking output, have a look at Anime Studio. In fact you can create an entire animation within Pencil, including audio tracks, and then export it all to a single movie file that you can upload anywhere. The major drawback trial mode users will face is that all project frames will be watermarked so that their animations can’t be used professionally. Support for MP3 and AIFF sound files is also present now, so that users don’t have to use only WAV files.
Likewise, Disney, Warner Bros., and Universal Studios are some of the many animation studios included on the list of famous companies that use FlipBook. Prices start as low as $78 for some of the versions, and all versions can come with a 50% discount if you meet their educational pricing criteria.
I do know blender is always ready to compete -- it has its own strength, as well as, weakness. Lastly, volume controls were added to make it easier to sync video to audio, with a master volume control that lets you target specific sound effects on different layers to your liking. Colleges across the nation realize how widespread this simple program is within the industry, which is why over 30 schools choose to include it in their curriculum.
And it does so in the grand open source way!If you haven't heard of Pencil you've been missing out.

On top of that you could choose to edit all your frames in any bitmap editing software you choose then just import them into Pencil, add some sounds, export to a movie file and you're done. Currently, if you want to rotoscope a sequence of images, you have to load each image frame by frame, and it is very long and tedious.With a bit of luck, this feature could be added and the software improved in the direction of a rotoscoping tool. If that's all you need to do I highly recommend this software - its free - so give it a try.Once you get into vector animation the frustration starts to set in. Crashed three times for me on XP, so I'll be looking forward to future, more stable releases, but it looks like it could be good. If you haven't properly closed an area you'll keep getting a warning message telling you there's a gap in your drawing or you've 'Zoomed Out too much'. It lets you create traditional hand-drawn animation (cartoon) using both bitmap and vector graphics.
This is a known problem that is documented within Pencil's manual.It's frustrating because often there are no obvious gaps - even if you zoom right in to check.
Pencil is free and open source.Pencil is not intended to mimick web-oriented vector-based animation software such as Flash. If you can't find any gaps then the best solution seems to be to break the area up into smaller fill areas using the 'invisible line' tool. Neither does it try to rival commercial software targetting the professional animation sector. Then fill each section as you go until the area is all filled.Because of the buggy nature of this software, personally I wouldn't use it to create anything too advanced like a full vector animated movie. Pencil is intended to be a simple program enabling anyone to make 2D animation.Give the program a try. Another REALLY pro software (not open source) is the Danish "PAP", aka "Plastic animation paper". How odd.I'd take a shot at compiling it myself, or running it under Wine, but I'm really not very good with real pencils, so I doubt this app would change anything.
On the second there are ten frames for the fire.You'll notice there is also a camera layer in the time line. Just like other layers you create key frames for the different camera shots.For GoAnimate users you'll need to create a camera layer for your object with just one key frame. You'll then need to size your object relative to how big you want it to be (initially) compared to the stage (generally it's best to make sure your object always fits within the stage. You can easily make it larger once you've imported it onto the GoAnimate Stage).You'll then need to position your object in the top left corner of the stage with the corner being approximately in the middle of the object as shown below. Whilst it's great for backgrounds, animated props and heads, it cannot save files in the correct format for characters.Despite it's short comings I've used Pencil to create all my vector based props on GoAnimate. Sometimes I drag my feet thinking, oh no, I don't want to use pencil again, but, unless you want to buy some software, I haven't come across any other free vector animation software compatible with GoAnimate.Like I said it's a good stop gap. If you find yourself using Pencil a lot and you're really interested in flash animation then you'll probably want to buy something better eventually.That aside, for a free program it really does have potential. The drawing tools are quite basic but, with enough patience, you really could do some very impressive animation work.

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