Animate drawings with Pencil2D

Conclusions

Pencil2D helps users to quickly create small animations. Compared to its competitors, however, the tool still lacks numerous convenient functions, such as circle and rectangle tools. On the other hand, the range of functions is manageable, which means that you can achieve results more quickly. If you are looking to create an animation for the first time, take a look at Pencil2D. The Pencil2D showcase [2] demonstrates what the program can do in the hands of capable artists.

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