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What's Buzzing
CrazyTalk Animator is the new generation in 2D animation, and has already been recognized as a powerful and practical tool by a wide spectrum of users. In a very short time, CrazyTalk Animator has received wonderful reviews from power users, software magazines and the general Press. By breaking the rules of traditional animation, CrazyTalk Animator has empowered people with the ability to visualize their ideas and storytelling with every day media. Here, we would like to share with you some video showcases and user stories, that will let you see how others are reaping benefits with CrazyTalk Animator.
Media Review

"Clever animation software! Beginners will find the learning curve gentle enough to encourage them to keep going."

- Computeractive (2011.02)

"Beginners that never dealt with Animation before will be able to animate your first character in a very short time."

- Advanced Photoshop (2011.05)

"In the right hands it can offer sophisticated options for producing fully-featured animations."

- About.com Animation Guide (2011.02)

"CrazyTalk Animator is a fast, easy to use app for the production pipeline for a web or television series."

- NYC Production & Post News (2011.01)

2D Animator
Igor Tkachenko
"I'm just building a bridge between my heart and the hearts of my audience without thinking that I have a welding machine in my hands."
Jeff Johnston
"CrazyTalk Animator is an ideal tool for capturing student attention in hard to teach subjects. "
Graphic Artist
Major Bergman
"With CrazyTalk Animator, now all my goblins can play tricks in the magic woods and we can listen to their stories of nature, the world, and the elements."
Video Producer
Jeff Johnston
"CrazyTalk Animator is not only for facial animation, but for creating full-blown environments by simply dragging and dropping elements from anywhere."