Animation and programming go together more than people sometimes think. In fact, most movies now require a team of programmers to do the animation itself. The movie Tangled, for example, combined art with a team of programmers to make the hair and the clothes move flawlessly throughout the film.
This program, a program by Peter Blaškovič, allows one to begin to dapple in animation with pixels. A basic editor, the program he creates allows people to use some basic colors and a playing field to create a story of their own. Aside from a few small quirks that make going back and editing difficult, it’s a very interesting look into animation and the time-consuming nature of the art.
You can find the flash program here.