I am thinking of learning animation on my own, which software is a good choice for beginners?

@Wowtalk (381)
Jamaica
May 3, 2016 10:50am CST
Going to school is nice and all but when you are not financially there I think its a good Idea to force yourself to learn something new on your own, so I have decided to stop dreaming about doing animation and start doing it, I have no idea where I will be doing the lessons from or which software, I will try you tube. I saw person using power point for greeting cards but I have no idea how to export so it is usable. Any advice on this?
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@quantum2020 (8314)
• Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico
3 May 16
You may start learning animation with a software called, ¨Anime Studio.¨ With Anime Studio you can create moving characters of any kind. You can watch tutorials on how to start using this program on youtube if you type,¨Anime Studio Tutorials.¨
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@Wowtalk (381)
• Jamaica
3 May 16
Thanks.
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• Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico
3 May 16
@Wowtalk Any time!
@llwilkins (384)
• United States
3 May 16
I have tried the goodwill educational website. They teach you alot there and it is all free. You have videos you can watch as well as great information.
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@Wowtalk (381)
• Jamaica
3 May 16
Thank you, I will definitely check it out.
@marky7 (547)
• Independence, Louisiana
8 May 16
I am not sure of this, but did you check with Disney.com for they may be able to help you in this idea.
@Wowtalk (381)
• Jamaica
8 May 16
Will check it out.Thanks
@marky7 (547)
• Independence, Louisiana
8 May 16
@Wowtalk I just remember watching Disney channel with a few kids and some of those little sideshows usually have how kids have created something and one of them did their own cartoon I think.