We love seeing the amazing work our talented customers are creating. Adobe Character Animator has meant those with little or no animation experience can create quality content quickly and easily.
Below are some customer created projects made with Adobe Character Animator. Each link will open in a new window (we want our customers to get those views!) Please consider hitting like and subscribing, as it always helps emerging creators. And if you’d like us to add your work to our next customer showcase, please send us a link via the contact page.
The team at ‘A Pint-A-Plain’ have adapted the work of Irish writer Flann O’Brien into a hilarious pub based web series.
Using the Premium Dudley puppet for all three characters, Colin Sherlock has brought these terrific characters to life. Voiced by Colin, Ray Brennan and Ray Sherlock. Backgrounds have been created by Aisling Bowden and the music was created by Ray Brennan. Best watched with a pint! Well done lads!
Schools, colleges and universities all over the world have been using our puppets to educate and entertain.
Whether you’re an educator wanting to create engaging content or a student wanting to create an amazing animated presentation – Adobe Character Animator offers an efficient and easy way to create incredible content.
The Virtual Learning Academy (VLA) have been using various ElectroPuppet characters in their presentations. Russell Ansley created some brilliant content using the Flat Pack characters to present some of the courses on offer. Russell kept the background simple, which really suits these flat shaded puppets. You may even spot our Santa making an appearance!
We’ve had a number of church groups use our puppets in their productions. Adobe Character Animator is a great way to make content with faith-based messages.
Boston based Lee Francois and Coya More created ‘The Convo series’ where characters discuss life and faith challenges. In the first episode, two essential workers try to understand what’s happening in the new world of COVID-19, while also figuring out what God’s role is in all of this. The team modified some of the Presenter puppets to suit their purpose and created a real sense of depth with their environments.
We loved the way they had the puppets eating and chewing while discussing the topic over lunch. Well done Lee and Coya!!
Open Mic Mike has used the Free Dudley puppet and turned it into the star of a very funny (and very adult) comedy show.
Short skits of the character on stage delivering a joke – or a longer form sketch where the character sits down with a kid who only speaks in monosyllables. Great animation and use of framing. Loco!