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The evolution of Disney movies
Transcript of The evolution of Disney movies
After the bankrupt of his first company Laugh-O-Grams, Disney left the east side of the USA to Hollywood where he established himself and funded the Walt Disney Company with his brother. From there he met a success which is still going on today. Steamboat Willie (1928) Third movie with Mickey Mouse.
First sound animated film
Popularized Mickey Mouse. Flowers and Trees (1932) In 1932, Technicolor created a method which consisted in combining the primary colors on three strips of negative. "Flowers and trees" is the first animated movie with sound and color. Human figures had always been tough for animators to draw. It is hard to re-create a realistic human character. It is easier to create animals or caricatured human beings. A live-action filming was required to key drawing the human movements. The animators used it as a guide to make the human characters more realistic to the viewer. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) It was the first full-length cel animated features in motion picture history and was also the first produced in full color. The Multiplane camera The multiplane camera is a special motion picture camera used in the traditional animation process that moves a number of pieces of artwork past the camera at various speeds and at various distances from one another. This creates a three-dimensional effect. Xerography. The xerography is a dry photocopying technique invented by Chelster Carlson in 1938.
Today it is used in our photocopying machines.
It has been used by the Walt Disney Company for the animated movie 101 Dalmatians (1961). The Jungle Book (1967) This was the last animated features Walt Disney took part.
In 38 years, Disney and his artists raised simple cartoon to the level of rare creativity, producing more than 400 short cartoons and 23 features of which 10 are likely to be seen for generations. In 2006, the Walt Disney Company acquired PIXAR.
PIXAR has revolutionized animation by transforming hand-drawn animation to computer generated graphics. The digital animation is more realistic than traditional hand-drawn animation, it captures more the viewers with its innovative exciting graphics and visualizations. Plus, hand-drawn is difficult, expensive and time consuming. THE END.