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The history and types of animation, animated films and three animations I have made.

Liz Mills

on 13 November 2013

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Transcript of Animation

Model Animation
Computer Animation
Traditional Animation
Have you ever wondered how people make animated films and cartoons? In this presentation, I will talk about the history of animation, the different types of animation and I will show you some animations that I have made.
The first animations were toys. The thaumatrope, the phenakistotrope, the zoetrope and the flip book are all examples.
Animated Movies
Animated movies are still as popular as they were 70 years ago. Since Walt Disney's Snow White, hundreds of animated films have been created and are still being created today.
PUPPET ANIMATION: puppets are used in a constructed environment. every time a puppet moves, a photo is taken.
CLAY ANIMATION: same as puppet animation except sometimes the puppet can morph.
CUTOUT ANIMATION: two dimensional pieces of cloth or paper are used.
BRICKFILM: animation using brick figures such as lego.
PIXILATION: stop motion animation with live action people.
COMPUTER ANIMATION: animation created on a computer
MODEL ANIMATION: puppet or figurines interact with a live action environment.

TRADITIONAL ANIMATION: photographs are taken from drawings. each drawing differs slightly from the previous
History (continued)
The first ever film that contained traditional animation was called Enchanted Drawing (1900). It was a standard picture film with animated excerpts. Six years later, the first entirely animated film was created: Humorous Phases of Funny Faces. They were both created by J. Stuart Blackton. In 1923, the Walt Disney studio opened introducing the first films with synchronized recorded sound: Song Car Tunes (1924-1927). In 1937, Walt Disney released its first feature length animation film: Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.
by elizabeth milne
for listening to my presentation!!!
flip book
Frames per Second
In high quality cinematic animation, 30 frames make 1 second.
The average animated movie length is 1 hour and 30 minutes.
1 hour and a half is equal to 90 minutes.
90 minutes is equal to 5 400 seconds.
5 400 seconds times 30 frames equals...
162 000!
To make one average traditionally animated movie, you need to draw 162 000 frames plus backgrounds and foregrounds.
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