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Skating Lessons: Promo for our Animated TV show, 'Andy Pirki'

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Aum Animation writes:

Hi Friends . Below is one of the promos for our 3D Animated TV show ‘ Andy Pirki’.
The production part of it was entirely done with ‘Blender’ and other opensource softwares. We have been using Blender for more than 7 years now and are excited to share our works with the Blender community.

We will be sharing the 2D Animatic ( using Blender Grease Pencil ) of this video tomorrow . Stay tuned for more contents in the future .

And the animatic, done in Grease Pencil:

About Author

Aum Animation

AUM Animation is an Indian animation studio based in Mangalore. Our entire production pipeline makes use of open source software. Blender being the major software we use. In this platform we will be sharing our 3d and 2d animations done using blender and will also be looking forwards to artworks by Blender community.

10 Comments

  1. You could make it less traditional by adding more natural moves not that imitate pixal or other disney studios. You could make the message deeper.
    On another note what open source programs do you use besides blender?

    • Hi Miguel . Thanks for the tip :) . As for you question , we use opensource for all stages of production , expect audio .
      Check out this article .

      https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/anatomy-animation-studio-based-open-source-tools-shrinidhi-rao

      I have tried to to keep it as simple and straight forward as possible . The article has a list/links of tools tat we use extensively (expect for the audio part . but the tools i have listed for audio are top notch softwares which can be used for production) . It also includes backend tools needed for servers and such, which you might find useful.

  2. Did you need any special effects for the motion blur of the spinning caveman? If yes what?
    Or it just came out this nicely with real mb?

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