CrazyTalk Animator 3 now provides a fully functional PSD in-and-out solution to not only help 2D Animators, but also Graphic Designers by saving lots of time on character creation and animated content development. Thanks to the round-trip PSD pipeline, Graphic Designers can bring their artwork to life, and animators can instantly edit their source animation files with Photoshop’s powerful editing features.

Pipeline for Graphic Designers and Animators

We tear down the wall between graphics and animations, solving all your design problems with one process!

CrazyTalk Animator 3

  • Image to Character Rig
  • 2D Character System
  • Instant Motion Library
  • Animation and Pose Editing
  • Lipsync & Facial Expression
  • Accessories System
  • Scene Compositing
  • Video Render


  • Character Design
  • Accessory Design
  • Outfit Design
  • Image Editing
  • Color Filter and FX
  • Create Character Series

Turn 2D Artworks into Animations

With the CrazyTalk Animator 3.2 Pipeline, you can convert your 2D artworks to G3 Characters through PSD Templates. This will allow you to easily auto-rig your new characters from PSD files for easy avatar and prop animation, thanks to hundreds of professional motion libraries.

Turn Animations into Graphic Illustrations

With the PSD export capabilities, CTA3 is now your go-to animation tool that helps you freely pose illustrated characters, quickly swap outfits & accessories, and create custom facial expressions. After combing all your custom creations, you can then export them in layers for re-editing and compositing - saving you lots of effort and time for comic creations, magazine covers, infographics, banner designs, and much much more.

Bring in graphic components to assemble your own characters.

Use Photoshop Tools for image editing and graphics design.

Puppet animate facial expressions

Free to Pose your characters and arrange accessory layer relations.

Send props or characters to Photoshop in PSD layers for further custom editing.

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Build a Character Library

Create FreeBone Characters

Animate Comic Works

Quickly Create Animated Content

With the capability to launch Photoshop and synchronize updates, CTA3 can send props or characters to Photoshop in layers for further custom editing. You can easily design clothes, alter color shading, or apply filter effects to your animatable assets.

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Skin Color

It’s easy to do color change to multiple layers of image segments, and update all the animated sprites in one time.

Shading and Effects

Upgrading from simple illustration to different visual presentation such as paper cutting, or shading.



Placing hair assets in the hair folder, allowing back hair and front hair.


Attach outfit to character’s torso, neck or hips, based on their wearing position.

Props & Accessories

Free to apply them to different sprite surface or bone with appropriate offset.

Generate a Whole Series of Characters

Once you setup one character, then you can quickly add new assets in Photoshop to generate abundant styles. These assets can be reused, and characters are free to posed and animated.

Compatible Tools

The PSD import feature is compatible with popular graphic tools that support full PSD compatibility for layering, grouping, aligning, and masking.

PSD character animation - Xara
Photoshop character - Affinity
Photoshop character - Adobe
Photoshop character - Clip
Photoshop character - Krita

User Showcases

Comic Artist - Veggie Studio

"We are Veggie Studio and we are founded by three sisters that specialize in illustrations, comics, and dress up games. We really like CrazyTalk Animator 3. It is so easy to create character animations with CTA3. We think it is also great for general animations, game scenes, game characters and presentation videos."
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Digital Illustrator - Kimberly Larmond

"My name is Kimberly Larmond, a graphic designer and illustrator based in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. I have been mulling around the idea of creating animated shorts for quite some time now. However, I have been a bit reluctant to undertake this task in After Effects, as it seems monumental. I stumbled across CrazyTalk Animator 3, and I was flabbergasted!"
You can see my works here