Integrating Toon Boom Products into a Gaming Pipeline

| January 29, 2018

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This white paper outlines how Toon Boom products fit into the pre-production and production phases of gaming, and which products are appropriate for which types of games.If you’re working on 2D or 3D games, whether they’re for Facebook, iPad, mobile devices, web, or consoles, such as XBox, PS3, or Wii, there are advantages to working in the Toon Boom environment—both from a productivity standpoint and for improving the quality of your work.

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We are Argus Computer Entertainment. Founded in 2015 by Red Reynart (CEO, President, Chairman) and Brian O’Neill (CTO, Vice-President) With over 14 years working inside and out of the video game industry, we decided to try and work for ourselves in creating an overall entertainment company dedicated to videogames and the creative media arts, aimed to inspire, educate, and entertain like minds throughout.

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