Domestika Basics 7 courses

Introduction to Toon Boom Harmony

By Pedro Alpera
Animation Artist and Illustrator. Sevilla, Spain.
On Domestika since 10/24/2013
, Animation Artist and Illustrator

Learn to create 2D animations with this industry leading software and bring your stories and characters to life

  • Domestika Basics 7 courses Spanish with subtitles in English
  • 100% Positive reviews (19)
  • 952 students

Course overview

  • 7 courses (50 Lessons)
  • 24 downloads (23 files)
  • 19 exercises
  • Toon Boom HarmonyToon Boom Harmony
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Pedro Alpera

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Animation Artist and Illustrator

Pedro Alpera is a Fine Arts graduate with experience in animation and illustration for clients like WeTransfer Muno, Ayuntamiento de Barcelona, Ediciones en Babia, Paramount Comedy, and Cartoon Network, among others. He has also been an advisor for Clean Up and given training to the team involved in the movie “Buñuel en la Laberinto de las Tortugas”.

Throughout his twenty years of experience, he has developed projects in animation, illustration, comics, websites, video games, and design in many different areas. For almost two years to date, he has been sharing small animation projects on his Instagram account on a weekly basis, which has helped him build a successful career in the industry. As an illustrator and comic strip creator, he has participated in several collective and individual exhibitions.


Spanish with subtitles in English
  • 100% Positive reviews (19)
  • 952 students
  • 7 courses
  • Online and at your own pace
  • Audio: Spanish
  • Level: Beginner
  • 50 Lessons (4h 30m)
  • 23 downloads
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Introduction to Toon Boom Harmony. A 3D, and Animation course by Pedro Alpera

Introduction to Toon Boom Harmony

By Pedro Alpera
Animation Artist and Illustrator. Sevilla, Spain.
On Domestika since 10/24/2013
  • 100% Positive reviews (19)
  • 952 students