Knowing_anime_and_Film - Voice acting – Pre vs...

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Hiroshige, The Plain at Suzaki
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Knowing Anime and Film: a Vocabulary
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Animation A rapid display of sequenced images in order to create the illusion of movement Some forms of animation: Traditional or cel Stop Motion Computer
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Cel animation Each frame drawn by hand # of frames per second gives speed of action Frames of action are overlayed upon a background
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Process Storyboarding
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Unformatted text preview: Voice acting – Pre- vs. Post-synched • Designing and Layout • Animation • Background • Photography/Scanning Cinematic techniques • Produce meaning – Extreme close up – Close up – Medium – Long – Establishing Animation • Perspective • Shading • Texture • Artistic Style Content • Costume/Set • Iconography • Cultural Constructions...
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