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What's a good program for learning computer animation?
Feb 13, 2019 - 8:23 PM - by Ensign Steve
My friend's daughter, aged 10-ish, is a budding artist, and her mom wants to find a good starter program she can play with to learn to make animations like this:


Do you guys have any ideas?
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Me.

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The city council here in Puddle City, in its wisdom, has decided that they need to add 'unbeliever' to the list of protected classes who suffer from discriminatory behavior.

What I want to know is, does this mean I have to learn to play the blues?
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