6 Replies
Steve Flowers

Toon Boom looks awesome (especially the Storyboard tool). I had a play with it a few years ago. When I was comparing tools, Anime Studio seemed like a better fit for me. It's much cheaper as well at $39.  The pro version adds more features for about $100 (that's what I paid on sale last year).

Jerson  Campos

I've seen toon boom. Its it more of a high-end animation software. Anime studio while not as high end, is still a challenge to get good at it. I've created a few animations (for my own personal work) in Anime studio and it was fun to learn, but it took a while to get the basics.

What is your end goal?

Simon Perkins

Had a look at Toon Boom Animate 3-4 months ago.  The demos looked pretty slick (albeit more geared towards cartoon-style movies with all the zoom/pan effects) but I just didn't have time to trial it properly.  I remember it being pretty tricky to get into and the tutorials not really doing it for me.  It's back (or still?) on offer at only $259 so I reckon that's a lot of tool for very little money.  

Also can't remember how HTML5-happy it is.