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I'm currently searching for some 2D animation software. I can get ToonBoom Harmony free until I finish my degree, but I am wondering what other options I have seeing as I will only have ToonBoom for 6months. I was wondering if there is any other competitive 2D animation programs that anyone would recommend? I found Krita, Animation Paper and Synfig as a few examples of apparently cheaper alternatives. I'd want something with a reasonably accessible interface that runs smoothly enough with some helpful tools like onion skin, decent brushes and preferably clipping. It would also be good if the program allows me import and export to other programs (the more import/export options, the better). I'm aware that most of the cheaper programs will have less ability, but basically, has anyone had any experience with any cheaper 2D animation program alternatives, and how was the experience?
Ok so, what if every once in a while a bunch of people release like some rough storyboard that everyone can animate into or something, and then it adds up into a mesh of styles and stuff.... okay its kind of a bad idea but I wanna see a storyboard to animate some stuff haha, maybe lazy but aiming for an incomplete product waiting to exist
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