August 29, 2020 at 8:39 pm #3062Edmundo RochaParticipant
I’m totally new here, so it might be a dumb question. Is your program compatible with digital drawing table on pc? The question is because my drawings on the mouse are inaccurate. I don’t know if it’s my disability, my mouse or your program (probably the first option). Whatever the case, I think the table would be a good option. That’s why I asked.August 30, 2020 at 10:32 am #3068
No questions are dumb! Yes, Animation Paper is best when used with a drawing tablet. It is compatible with most tablets (like Wacom, Huion, etc) – and if somebody experiences problems with some particular tablet, we need to know about it, so we can make it work for all. That’s one of the important reasons for this pre-release (alpha/beta) period.
Drawing with a mouse is definitely not easy (not really possible) – if you want proper results. Also you don’t have pressure sensitivity with a mouse.
So a drawing tablet is definitely recommended!
NielsSeptember 2, 2020 at 6:37 pm #3080Xander Jake de los SantosParticipant
When can we get the full version.. I’m excited to make AnimationPaper my main drawing software… xDSeptember 3, 2020 at 10:13 pm #3081
Hi Xander, Animation Paper will slowly and gradually develop into the full version, as we implement the last remaining features and fix any bugs and problems. When we can call it finished is hard to say. In fact it will never truly be finished, because after the “final” release, we will of course continue to improve it and release future upgraded versions.
But if you really want some ballpark date, my guess is late this year/early next year. Let’s see how it goes. 🙂January 5, 2021 at 9:40 pm #3403sawyer flemingParticipant
when i try drawing on animation paper with huion 13 pro it draws off to the right like 2 inches and when I put it in full screen it makes it crash but only on tablet not on main monitor, but it works fin on normal monitorJanuary 5, 2021 at 11:45 pm #3404
Thanks for mentioning this Sawyer.
This is a known issue, that we need to fix. It has to do with the setup of monitors if you have two or more monitors connected (the Huion counts as a monitor). As far as I understand, the offset problem only happens when the monitors are set up in Windows to be above each other (as opposed to side by side).
Maybe you could check this for me? Are your monitors set up above each other? Does the cursor offset problem go away with side by side setup?
Please let me know. This will help us find the problem and fix it properly.
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