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7 Shocking Google Earth GIFs of Human Impact on Earth

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There’s no doubt about it, humans have reshaped the earth more in the last two hundred years than at any other time in our history… and the last 25 years are no different. 


Google has released a new “interactive map experience” allowing users to view archived satellite data over the last quarter century, giving us perhaps the most clear and valuable view of our recent impact on earth.


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Animate Your Comics and Illustrations Easily with MotionArtist

 

 


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Robin Good's curator insight, March 8, 2013 8:06 PM



MotionArtist is a downloadable software for both Macs and Windows PCs which provides powerful animation capabilities to the non-expert animator, illustrator or comics designer.


With MotionArtists it is possible to capture, edit and animate existing comics and illustrations and to export the final product to most major video formats (including 1080p HD) or to HTML 5.


"MotionArtist, launched Tuesday, allows users to add movement to existing comics or create entirely new and diverse projects.


...MotionArtist was designing the simplest process for people who might not have a background in cartoons, but want to dive right in."


"Really what we've tried to do is create an animation tool for non-animators."


"In the program, users can create panels of any shape and then drop in layered images (like a Photoshop file). Then, using an intuitive point-to-point system, they can set the elements on paths and move them around within the panel.


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Motion comics have grown in popularity in recent years, with popular comic book titles like X-Men making the jump to Netflix or YouTube, where they can be watched instead of read."


(Source. Mashable)



Check this video too: http://youtu.be/HMstJ2vDcJU


Tutorial videos: http://motionartist.smithmicro.com/motionartist-videos.html


More info: http://motionartist.smithmicro.com/


Buy ($49.99): http://motionartist.smithmicro.com/motionartist-buy.html 



Peter Shanks's comment, March 9, 2013 5:02 PM
a successor for the late, lamented, flash editor?
Peter Shanks's comment, March 9, 2013 5:57 PM
oh... no tweening :( still, quite an exciting tool