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Although I'm horrible at drawing, I decided to get a tablet to do some storyboarding. I'd like to do some really basic previs, animating with some simple drawings. Potentially adding some audio. I was thinking about just using After Effects or even Final Cut. But curious to hear if anyone has any favorite approaches. Someone suggested MotionArtist. Also, Paper being a good free app.   Any thoughts / perspective would be great. Thanks.

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