At 12/3/12 07:41 PM, Behonkiss wrote:
I've been saving up some money and have been considering switching from Flash and buying Toon Boom Animate. I've mainly heard that it's more stable and less prone to crashing, and offers some good features that Flash doesn't. Another big reason is because the shorts I hope to animate are going to be longer than a lot of the really brief ones that are often on the front page. Modern versions of Flash apparently crash easily if you try and make a lengthier film all in one file. Does anyone here who uses Toon Boom have any thoughts on what aspects of it are better and worse than Flash?
In my experiences, it's never really about the program you use, but the skills you yourself possess. A beginner with Photoshop could still lose to an expert with MS paint. But if you want to make the change, then go ahead.