Well.. Honestly, It's kind of hard for me to ask specific questions, since
my knowledge in this area is very limited. I think for now I'll start asking a few
more general questions, and hopefully this will develop into a full discussion,
allowing also other interested people to ask what's on their mind.
For now I'm specifically talking about 2d animation, and refer to traditional
paper-pencil one and also the digital one.
About traditional animation:
What exactly are the tools needed for it?
Are there special papers,pencils?
Are the animation table and disc critically needed?
What camera is needed to work with the light-table?
And where the hack do I get all this Equipment from?
About digital hand-drawn:
What programs are recommended for the making of a short film?
What is the correct resolution and size one should work with ?
(If I'm exporting my frames from Photoshop to After Effects, for example)
And a really stupid one - I apologize: Are the black rectangles at the top
and bottom of the frame made by the movie creator? Or it happens while
Sorry again for the tons of questions, and thanks ahead for
the ones who have the time and will to answer!