You are welcome to share your work with us so we can see how synfig is being used. You are encouraged to distribute your source files (.sif and so on) so others can learn from your work. Obviously this is only if you have permission to distribute all of it.
Lots of works are being created with synfig, but here are a few examples of what can be done with it. You can find more videos and images in the challenges, in the artwork forums and on youtube, deviantART, flickr, google video, maybe google images and maybe on some blogs or articles about synfig. In particular, all of ullebulle's youtube videos have links to the corresponding .sif files.
Plant Layer Example
Work in progress
This section lists notable community projects in progress using Synfig. For more Synfig works in progress, please visit the WIP forum.
ALL of the videos and images in this section were created using Synfig, and are all 2D. No 3D software was used in the production of these videos and images. They were all produced by artists from Voria Studios when synfig was a proprietary product. More can be found in darco's art album.
For videos and stills produced since synfig became free software, see the community section.
Download (around 45 seconds, 1.6 megabytes) November 2004
A werewolf transforms into his beastly state as the red moon rises.
Created by Will Short, Robert Quattlebaum and Darrin Michelson
Source code is available, for educational use only, do not distribute or distribute modified renders.
Download (around 15 seconds, 2.5 megabytes) October 2004
A close-up of a large, lazy eye. Notice how the reflection actually distorts as the lense moves under it.
Created by Rabecha Lenhart and Robert Quattlebaum
Download (around 3 minutes, 20 megabytes) July 2004
This short follows two children fleeing from soldiers through an old sewer. In an attempt to protect his friend, one of the children tries to draw one of the soldiers away. However, plans don't always work out as one would hope. This was the first animated production created using Synfig, and as such has become our “proof of concept” animation for it.
Created by: Voria Studios
Happy Fun-Joy Time Start!
Download (around 22 seconds, 2.9 megabytes) December 2004
A very bizzare, super-happy, and oddly captivating animation featuring large purple bears, dancing children, smiling celestial bodies, rainbows, leaping sheep, and dancing flowers.
Created by Rabecha Lenhart