Animated Cartoons

People of all ages have often been drawn to cartoon images. The adventures of comic characters have captivated us since the early Disney classics to the animated shows on Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon. We recognise ourselves in these exaggerated characters that resemble actual people. Our brain somehow fills in the gaps left by the makers.

The power of cartoons is well known even in the professional world: many businesses and organisations use animated cartoon videos to interact, illustrate, or say stories to their target audiences animation-tools.

Creating cartoons in the early days of Disney was a time-consuming and exhausting operation. It necessitated a great deal of attention to detail, expertise, and, above all, resources. Now fast forward to today, and it’s never been easier to make a cartoon film. Many online video making resources provide a library of cartoon figures in various styles that can be used to create animated stories quickly and easily.

Here are a few easy steps to help you make your own animated cartoon video!

Step 1: Create an animation with a strong animation creator.

You can use a strong animation creation tool if you want to create a great animated video. Check out Moovly, an entirely cloud-based animated video development platform. That means you won’t need to download any software; all you’ll need is a web browser and access to the internet animated-art.

So, why should you make your animated video with Moovly?

For instance, unlike many other animation software programmes, Moovly offers a free version. You can sign up for an account here and start making animated videos right away. Moovly has a variety of graphical libraries to choose from, including over 1 million free images, sounds, and videos to use in your animations. If you still can’t find what you’re looking for, you can go through another 75 million media items and buy photographs or stock videos at the best prices in the industry.

Step 2: Choose an animated video template.

Not everybody has the time or inclination to produce an animated scene from the ground up. That’s why Moovly offers a variety of animated models that you can completely customise for your specific needs. But hold on, there’s more. As a Moovly user, you will have access to a variety of pre-animated “clips,” which are tiny scenes made up of items from the various Moovly collections in various styles.

Choose your favourite clips, arrange them in a series, and change their content to suit your storey. Colors, graphics, text, sounds, music, scale, pacing, and animation effects can all be changed in these clips.

Step 3: Synchronize and animate

The gui of Moovly is simple and intuitive, as seen in the screenshot above. When you drop an item on the stage, it appears in the timeline below as well. You can easily move, shorten, or lengthen the appearance of your object in this window, allowing you to control when it appears and disappears in your video. You can easily synchronise objects with each other, as well as with sound, music, and speech, in this way.

You’ll also use this timeline to add animations to each cartoon image, picture, or illustration you’re using: choose how it appears, moves, rotates, or resizes, and disappears. For each object you use, you can choose from a variety of animation effects: fly, fade, bounce, wash, wedge, pop, slide, flow, shift, zoom…

You can use your hands to drag, move, present, write, or draw your objects on the video canvas if you prefer hand-based whiteboard animations. Choose from various styles and colours of hands: black or white, male or female…

Step 4: Have music or a voice-over.

Your audience’s attention will be drawn to your animated video if it has an accompanying audio track. Choosing the right song or music for your video will make a big difference in its success. Is your animated video depressing? Is it a happy one, or is it a sad one? You’ll want to choose music that represents and sets the tone.

Consider adding supporting sounds to your video: an explosion, a ticking clock, applause, or a whoosh sound for a motion can all help to elevate your video to the next stage. Just make sure the timing of these sounds matches what you’re seeing!

Check out a few different tracks before deciding on one for your cartoon video as a general rule. Make sure the music you’re using isn’t licenced. A court fight is the last thing you want to be interested in. That’s why we created the Storyblocks library, which contains over 100,000 royalty-free – and free – music and sound tracks that you can use without worrying about copyrights or intellectual property issues.

Choose your video’s soundtrack now, from classical to jazz and pop tracks, from soft movie-style background music to up-tempo rhythms.

Step 5: Share, download, and publish your animated video

It’s time to present your video to your audience now that you’ve finished it! You can easily import, post, and share your finished animations with Moovly. You can share your videos directly from Moovly to YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, and the Moovly Gallery. Alternatively, you can download your video in high-definition (HD) for playback on your phone, smartphone, or television screen – whatever you want!