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Animation What you need to know about animations Animators are artist Its not about software, but artistic talent Animation can be math intensive Where do we see animation Movies Advertising Video Game Industry Research and Development Lawyers Animation—To Bring to life Animation Needs The illusion of motion A physical presence One minute of animation Film(24fps) = 1440 Frames Video(30fps) = 1800 Frames Approach Cel Animation Illustrations drawn on transparent sheets of celluloid To be layered over backgrounds and with other characters Stop-motion/ Claymation Figures posed and photographed in sequence of small movements Rotoscope To trace over live action footage for purpose of animation Computer Rotoscoping History of Animation 1800’s Toys Flip Books Thaumatropes Phenakistoscope Zoetrope Eadweard Muybridge publishes two books Animal Locomotion(1889) The Human figure in motion(1901)
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1906 J Stuart Blackton’s “The Humorous phases of funny faces” 1 st animated film 1914 Windsor McKay’s “Gertie the Dinosaur”
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course SP 0710 taught by Professor Dino during the Spring '08 term at Full Sail.

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