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A new way to create hand-drawn animation. So playful you’ll think it’s a toy, but it's secretly a robust app with a reimagined UI for animators and creators.

Taking inspiration from music creation tools, using Looom feels more like playing an instrument than operating software - exploring lines, shapes and colors through loopable time and rhythm. Looom is all about looping animation with a smile. It was designed for professionals and beginners of any age and is already being used by some influential indie animators.

A delightful environment to learn, experiment, practice and create drawn animation.
Wonderfully musical, Next-gen dynamic non-destructive workflow.

No first frame or last. Looom’s threads are independent in length and speed, always tweak-able.

Lets you go as deep or as far as you want thanks to a completely resolution-independent vector engine.

Looom uses SVG as it’s native file format. Your work can be viewed in browsers and opened in desktop animation software.

What’s New

Version 1.5

- Control playback speed
- Animate in time with music
- Sync with MIDI equipment

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
86 Ratings

86 Ratings

Onyx Corel ,

Different is good

This thing is so cool. If you are looking to shock and amaze your friends with minimal effort, look no further - Looom is freaky and wonderful. Definitely the kind of program that will push you in weird directions. I really enjoy the interface, and I want to use this in a project so bad, but... I need better FPS control. Specifically, right now I need 7 and 14 FPS as options (I’m a musician matching a BPM). I would love to have all the integers up to a point, and maybe even 32 frames per layer, so I can do 32nd notes. Guys, seriously, this app already feels like a sequencer for my synths. Just a little more flexibility would go such a long way. I want to give it five stars so bad. Maybe even just an “advanced” mode that you can turn on and off in settings could be used to implement a few more options while avoiding extra clutter for those who just want a toy. Anyway, I think this app is doing something interesting, and it might even be super useful to you, depending on the context. Keep your fingers crossed for me.(come on, guys... ;)

an ordinary designer ,

Very disappointed

I’m very disappointed by the fact that each Thread (layer) can consist with only one color, and you can create up to only 5 threads. The eraser tool force you to remove the entire component rather than allowing you to remove just a tiny bit of that line or object. I would also like to see improvements towards line/ fill toggle. I can’t make a shape with both a solid outline with a different fill color at the same time, unless I create a separate thread for that purpose. But again....it only allows you to have 5 maximum threads (aka 5 colors throughout the entire project). I can see the team put some creative thoughts into the user interaction part of the app interface. To me, it’s way too much. Line weight adjustment, the color hue is really hard to control ( not precise at all). As a designer myself, ProCreate can do the same thing with way more features and way better layer management and control on everything.

Despite on the comments above, I do like the fact that this app allows you to create different threads with different frame amounts for your animation. I see a lot potential in it. But with the current design and user interface, I wouldn't spend $ just yet. I do hope that the development team can perhaps listen to some of the suggestions and comments and make improvements in the near future. I’m looking forward to those changes.

Doc Pop ,

Really fun to play with

This is an amazing app and you can do a lot of amazing things with it. I love that you can squiggle in real time or so frame by frame animation. It’s just missing a few features that keep it from being fully functional for my needs:
1. Select color by hex value (or import external color palettes some how)
2. Color picker tool.
3. Image import. It would be amazing if I could import an image to use as reference. If I could sketch an idea in Procreate, then bring that idea in Looom and retrace it as a key frame, that would be amazing.
4. Export video as a seamless gif or movie. You can export video, but it’s a little tricky to create a perfect loop from that video.

App Privacy

The developer, Eran Hilleli, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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