There are over 35,000 artists at RateMyDrawings, who have bee using the site's drawings tools to create animated drawings. Animation was the next obvious step.
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Redmond, WA (PRWEB) February 24, 2009
RateMyDrawings, the leading online drawing community has taken the next obvious step and entered the animation world, launching RateMyAnimations.com.
Having exceeded over 1/4 of a million drawings created online at RateMyDrawings.com, founder Mick Gow has expanded to the world of animation. "There are over 35,000 artists at RateMyDrawings, who have bee using the site's drawings tools to create animated drawings. Animation was the next obvious step." says Gow. With a thriving army of artists and an already proven formula to build his online art community, RateMyAnimations definitely has a running start.
Animation software is some of the most complex in the graphics world, so can an online application deliver stunning results in an industry that demands extremely high quality results? "Good animation starts with a good concept. The first wave of our tools are simple, but the fundamentals for creating amazing animations are in place". Just like RateMyDrawings has grown over the past 2 years, Gow's plan is to launch with the basics and modify his online tool based on the needs and demands of his members. It's a common approach many start-up companies use that enables them to move fast and swift, making many improvements over time and listening to their members requests.
One unique feature that online animation brings to the world is collaboration. Both RateMyDrawings and RateMyAnimations allow members to exchange files and pass their artwork back and forth to different members who might very well live on opposite sides of the globe. It's this online collaboration that is bringing communities of artists together in a unique way. RateMyDrawings also offers DrawChat - a multi-user online chat application that allows members to draw and chat together in real-time. "A multi-user animation chat sounds really exciting, give it time and almost anything is possible" says Gow.
To fully experience what RateMyAnimations.com has to offer, visit the online animation community at http://www.ratemyanimations.com/ and try the animation tools or just sit back and watch some of the Top Animations.
If you'd like more information about RateMyAnimations, contact Mick Gow.