I am so caught between studying Harmony 15 or Storyboard Pro 5.5 first.
Many years ago, I made a short traditional animation on 16 mm.
I usually just section squares onto paper to storyboard, draw my plot and wallah-sherbam, it’s done!
And, of course, I want to get going on two short animations that are yelling, "get going!
We want to be shown to the world, hurry up!"
It’s almost like what comes first the chicken or the egg!
A logical part of me, says, "Storyboard Pro 5.5 will make it all faster, but then I still need to learn Harmony…
And, at 67 years old, who knows how much more time I really have on this Earth…
I guess, my real question is, couldn’t I just make my animation from my hand-drawn storyboard squares ?
The way I always have.
I thought that this is one question that I have never seen posted here on this forum.
And, I think that most people would say that, “you have to do what feels best for you.” True.
But, I am curious to see what others think.
What has worked for you, which way is faster, easier? What do you normally do?
Thank you for reading this!!!